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WWL Ranking: Recommended

Peers and clients say:

"He is calm, straightforward and very impressive in the witness box"

"He is an authoritative, measured, balanced and very reliable expert"

Biography

Keith has over 40 years of experience in the engineering and construction industries. He has worked in several sectors of construction including buildings, civil engineering and rail; and has worked extensively on the preparation and defence of contractual claims in these sectors, as well as in connection with oil and gas fields, petrochemical and refinery projects, process plants, power plants, and mining projects, as an expert.

Keith’s work includes construction management and client advisory (contract and commercial) work, as well as acting lead negotiator, funder’s project representative and expert, in management and cost of projects in excess of $200 billion, and formal dispute negotiations in excess of $60 billion. He has testified in formal disputes in excess of $7 billion.

Keith has acted as party and court-appointed joint expert on several engineering and construction disputes. He has been appointed as party expert in connection with the time and cost management of upstream oil and gas field developments, rail infrastructure, and power infrastructure and generation disputes.

Other project examples include offshore and onshore wind; a water treatment plant; a diesel refinery; offshore oil rig drilling operations; a redevelopment of three gold mines, a gas turbine and combined cycle power plants; as well as petrochemical and alcohol process plants.

Keith has been appointed to provide advice on the administration of live projects; dispute avoidance; risk management; procurement; interpretation of technical and process elements of construction contracts; project management structure; and strategy.

Keith also provided technical and commercial advice as well as lead negotiation support to the minister of state for oil and gas of a prominent CIS republic during the renegotiation of production sharing agreements, dispute settlement negotiations and formal disputes.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Keith Strutt is a distinguished figure in the market, known for his excellence when testifying in high-value disputes in the energy sector.

Biography

Keith has over 40 years of experience in the engineering and construction industries. He has worked in several sectors of construction including buildings, civil engineering and rail; and has worked extensively on the preparation and defence of contractual claims in these sectors, as well as in connection with oil and gas fields, petrochemical and refinery projects, process plants, power plants, and mining projects, as an expert.
Keith’s work includes construction management and client advisory (contract and commercial) work, as well as acting lead negotiator, funder’s project representative and expert, in management and cost of projects in excess of $200 billion, and formal dispute negotiations in excess of $60 billion. He has testified in formal disputes in excess of $7 billion.
Keith has acted as party and court-appointed joint expert on several engineering and construction disputes. He has been appointed as party expert in connection with the time and cost management of upstream oil and gas field developments, rail infrastructure, and power infrastructure and generation disputes.
Other project examples include offshore and onshore wind; a water treatment plant; a diesel refinery; offshore oil rig drilling operations; a redevelopment of three gold mines, a gas turbine and combined cycle power plants; as well as petrochemical and alcohol process plants.
Keith has been appointed to provide advice on the administration of live projects; dispute avoidance; risk management; procurement; interpretation of technical and process elements of construction contracts; project management structure; and strategy.
Keith also provided technical and commercial advice as well as lead negotiation support to the minister of state for oil and gas of a prominent CIS republic during the renegotiation of production sharing agreements, dispute settlement negotiations and formal disputes.

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