Bracewell appoints new partner to expand infra practice

Law firm Bracewell LLP has appointed Adrian Creed as a partner in its Dubai office.

Adrian Creed.
Adrian Creed.

Law firm Bracewell LLP has appointed Adrian Creed as a partner in its Dubai office.

With more than 20 years of experience representing clients in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), creed has extensive experience working on Middle East infrastructure and energy projects.

Previously working as a partner with Clyde & Co, he will help expand Bracewell’s international energy and infrastructure practice.

His focus is on MENA energy, utilities and infrastructure projects and project financings. Creed has also assisted clients with social infrastructure project development of ports and airports, rail, convention centres, sports venues, renewable projects and water treatment facilities.

Bracewell’s managing partner Gregory M. Bopp, said: “Adrian’s expertise in power and MENA-focused infrastructure projects makes him a terrific fit for our Dubai office.

“We are pleased to welcome Adrian to the firm and to our internationally recognised energy and infrastructure practice.”

Bracewell’s energy and power projects practices have experience in the development of energy infrastructure projects including pipelines, processing facilities, tank terminals, LNG import/export facilities and gas and electric transmission facilities.

 

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