Provided by Bakhodir Jabborov
Licensing and Permitting
Mergers and Acquisitions
Mr. Jabborov is admitted to practice in Uzbekistan since 2000. Mr. Jabborov has considerable knowledge and experience in areas of natural resources and infrastructure development. Mr. Jabborov has acted for leading global multinational companies and international financial institutions advising on a variety of regulatory issues pertaining to natural resources, equity investment and other similar matters from the perspective of Uzbek law. His current workload also includes subsoil law, with particular emphasis on mining, oil and gas upstream/downstream operations, and M&A transactions.
Advising the World’s leading natural resources company in drafting and negotiations of an Exploration Agreement and Production Sharing Agreement with the Uzbekistan Government. Assistance with licensing and permitting matters, including obtaining the land allotment.
Advising on Uzbek law licensing and permitting matters in a major US4.0bn oil and gas project finance transaction aiming to support upstream and downstream capacity under Surgil Gas Chemicals Project.
Advising the World’s second largest mining company on prospecting and exploration operations for copper and porphyry deposits.
Advising the large Japanese and Korean engineering companies with respect to licensing and permitting requirements for EPC contractors for modernization of Talimarjan thermal power station.
Advising large French company in negotiations with the Uzbek Government on obtaining an exploration license and construction of US$500 million cement plant in Uzbekistan.
Advising and acting for the sponsors’ consortium consisting of a major Malaysian national petroleum corporation and a South-African private corporation on Investment Agreement with Uzbekistan Government, Joint Venture Agreement with Uzbekneftegaz, and bankability aspects for construction, maintenance, and operation of the GTL Plant in worth US$ 3,5 bln.
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