The Roadmap to Successful Ventures in the Middle East Series – No 6

Tackling Localisation and In-Country Value

By Hugh Fraser, managing partner

Welcome to my weekly note with some personal views on what does/does not work when structuring business ventures in the Middle East region. My sixth theme is “Localisation and In-Country Value (ICV)”.

The Roadmap to Successful Ventures in the Middle East Series – No 5

Managing Credit and Payment Risks

By Hugh Fraser, managing partner

Welcome to my weekly note with some personal views on what does/does not work when structuring business ventures in the Middle East region. My fifth theme is “Managing Credit and Payment Risks”.

The Roadmap to Successful Ventures in the Middle East Series – No 4

Avoiding the Taxation Traps

By Hugh Fraser, managing partner

Welcome to my weekly note with some personal views on what does/does not work when structuring business ventures in the Middle East region. 

The Roadmap to Successful Ventures in the Middle East Series – No 3

Personnel Contracts

By Hugh Fraser, managing partner

Welcome to my weekly note with some personal views on what does/does not work when structuring business ventures in the Middle East region. 

The Roadmap to Successful Ventures in the Middle East Series – No 2

Free Zones

By Hugh Fraser, managing partner

Welcome to my weekly note with some personal views on what does/does not work when structuring business ventures in the Middle East region. 

The Roadmap to Successful Ventures in the Middle East Series – No 1

Working with Local Partners

By Hugh Fraser, managing partner

Welcome to the first in my new Roadmap Series, with some personal views on what does and does not work when structuring business ventures in the Middle East region. 

UK Champions Offshore Wind to 30GW by 2030 - But Can UK Suppliers Secure 60% Localisation?

The offshore wind revolution in the UK rolls ahead with the last month’s announcement of a £250 million sector deal to drive capacity to 30 GW by 2030 and a third of UK electricity to be sourced from this capacity.

Lebanon Set to Move on from Being the East Med Petroleum “Bridesmaid”

The Lebanon International Oil & Gas Summit being held in Beirut on 2-4 April will serve as a range finder on the progress being made with the country’s current Second Licensing Round.

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