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Chambers Global recognizes Africa focused energy and infrastructure attorney Paul Bugingo for his project experience across Africa.
Energy & Infrastructure attorney Paul Bugingo has more than 22 years experience advising on projects across Africa. He has advised Governments, Utilities, Regulators, multilaterals and private companies in relation to projects in Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, Rwanda, Somaliland, Djibouti, Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland.
Mr. Bugingo’s experience covers a variety of industries and sectors, including oil and gas, electricity, mining and natural resources, airports, ports, water and wastewater and hotels and leisure.
His expertise includes advising on project development, regulation, restructuring and privatizations, joint ventures, acquisitions and disposals.
He has a Law Degree from the University of Reading in the UK and qualified as a Solicitor in 1995.
Energy (Oil & Gas)
Banking and Finance
News 18 Aug. 2020
Curtis Welcomes New Corporate Partner Paul Bugingo in Dubai
“Paul Bugingo is a name to note for corporate transactions in Africa.”
Legal 500 EMEA 2020 - Corporate Commercial M&A, UAE
"Strong ability to engage with a wide variety of stakeholders and is good at finding common ground and gaining their trust."
Chambers Global, UAE (Foreign Expertise in Africa)