The energy industry is in a constant state of flux. Political pressures, enhanced regulations, emboldened authorities, and changes in demand present challenges to businesses operating in the sector. Energy clients rely on Bremer to strategically, and proactively, mitigate risk and leverage opportunities in emerging markets.
Energy is global. The impact of local and regional regulations on energy affect not only the jurisdiction where a governing body is located, but also the jurisdictions where those resources are delivered and consumed. Bremer takes a comprehensive approach to serving clients across the energy chain of supply.
We encourage our clients to “Go Beyond” and seek out new, exciting opportunities across borders. We recognize that this requires a level of audacity uncommon to many business cultures. However, our experienced attorneys work with clients to minimize risk and create strategies designed to achieve their business objectives.
In addition to providing legal guidance, Bremer maintains a physical presence in offices located in key emerging markets. This allows our team to stay abreast of the latest regulations, laws, policies, and cultural pressures that affect the energy sector.
Our clients span from investors to utility companies, and from established institutions to emerging companies. We invest time and resources required to fully understand our clients’ needs so that we can provide the strategy and guidance necessary to successfully navigate the global energy sector.
On 30 December 2022 the amendments of the Egyptian Competition Law approved by the Egyptian House of Representatives on 6 December 2022 entered into force.
Bremer maintains offices throughout the Near and Middle East and Africa, positioning clients for success in the region.
21 Soliman Abaza
GIC Tower 3rd Floor
El-Dokki, 12311 Giza
Ras Al Khaimah
United Arab Emirates
Mohammad Thunayan Al-Ghanim Street
Kuwait City, Kuwait