Infrastructure Development Partnership LLP
Thomas Dimitroff has over 20 years’ experience in the energy sector. He has functioned as a core member of multiple negotiating teams that have delivered globally significant energy projects, including the one million bbl/day Baku-Tbilisi- Ceyhan oil pipeline, the 10 billion cm/year South Caucasus gas pipeline, the 6.8 bcma gas sales agreement between Turkey and Azerbaijan and the 10 bcma Trans-Adriatic Pipeline Company.
He has advised governments including the Azerbaijan Republic during its multilateral Energy Charter Transit Protocol negotiations, and he has led cross-functional teams in delivering multiple feasibility studies and strategy advice to governments and developers for conventional and renewable projects in the former Soviet Union (FSU), Africa, the Middle East, Asia and North America.
Tom has also developed and negotiated arrangements for the acquisition and sale of upstream oil and gas assets in the FSU and the Middle East on behalf of oil and gas companies and private equity funds. Prior to joining the Infrastructure Development Partnership, he was regional advisor to BP plc for Africa, the Middle East, Russia, the Caspian and Turkey, advising on non-technical risks posed to new ventures and existing operations across the region.