Energy and natural resources
The energy and natural resources sector is one of the most dynamic and perspective areas of economic development in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina. While existing capacities need overhaul and expansion, investors are attracted to green-field opportunities in both traditional and clean sources.
BDK is a market leader in the field, having advised on the most prominent transactions in the region in various contexts, including privatisations, green-field and brown-field investments, PPPs and concessions, corporate joint ventures and project development agreements.
We provide regulatory advice in relation to generation, distribution, transmission and trade, in both the electricity and oil sectors. BDK also advises clients from the mining sector on regulatory issues and assists them in transactions.
‘This renowned full-service firm handles renewable and conventional energy mandates on behalf of local and international clients. The firm’s expertise extends to the whole Balkans region. Sources say: “The lawyers are hands-on and provide immediate responses and excellent analyses. They understand the commercial use of the information that they give.”’ — Chambers Europe 2013 (Energy)
‘Clients admire Dragoljub Cibulić’s in-depth knowledge of energy matters and his negotiation skills.’ — Chambers Global 2013 (General Business Law)
News from BDK Advokati/Attorneys at Law
Briefings from BDK Advokati/Attorneys at Law
Montenegro has recently obtained a new general collective agreement (GCA), after almost 18 months of a hiatus. The GCA came into force on 30 March 2014.
The latest amendments to the Foreign Exchange Law will come into effect on 27 March 2014.