has advised US oil companies on the negotiation of terms of re-entry and restructuring of oil concessions, major international oil companies on the negotiation of exploration and production sharing agreements with the National Oil Corporation of Libya during the various bid rounds held since 2004, a major European bank on a USD125 million proposed financing of a new hotel development in Tripoli, and an international hotel operator on the operation and management of a new hotel development in Tripoli. He has also participated in several international arbitrations and related court proceedings involving international oil companies in several jurisdictions – including the USA, Europe and the Caribbean – and appeared as a Libyan law expert in international arbitrations in London and Paris.
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