Each project will have some modification of this contractual structure according to its specific requirements: not all BOT projects require a guaranteed supply of inputs, so it may not be necessary to conclude an agreement on the supply of fuels and requirements. The payment flow can be made in whole or in part by public rates and not by a buyer. The graph below shows the contractual structure of a typical bot project or a typical concession, including loan agreements, the shareholder contract between the project company`s shareholders and the subcontracting of the enterprise and construction contract, usually between the project company and a member of the project company consortium. Concessions, construction transfer projects (BOOs) and DBO (design-build-operate) projects are types of production-oriented public-private partnerships. BOT and BOD projects generally include major projects and construction work, as well as long-term operations for new construction (green meadow) or major renovation and expansion projects (brown surfaces). See below for definitions of different types of agreements, as well as the main characteristics and examples of each. This page also contains links to checklists, toolkits and information on sectoral PPPs. 3.1 Obligations and powers of the employer representative 20.11 The appointment of the Litigation Commission. 17.12 Risk of infringement of intellectual and industrial property rights. Demand for public infrastructure at a time when public funds are scarce, combined with a lack of public sector expertise in the provision of complex facilities (such as water treatment and energy facilities) has led to increased private sector participation in the supply and operation of public infrastructure. .
. . 15.7 Payment after the end of the employer`s convenience 14.15 Delivery of the transaction service for the finished payment certificate Operation Service 20.6 Obtaining decision 17.1 of the Litigation Commission on the risks incurred by the employer during the design-build period This section deals in more detail with concessions and BOT projects. It also covers off-take/Power Purchase Agreements, Input Supply/Bulk Supply Agreements and Imlementation Agreements, which are widely used for BOT projects with power plants. 19.2 The International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) published a new set of contractual conditions in 1999 that the contractor must grant during the construction period: (a) for construction; b) for the construction of design and design; and (c) for EPC/Turnkey projects. This resulted in the form of a short contract for lower-quality or less complex projects and the type of contract for dredging and recovery work. After their publication, it became clear that a document combining a design obligation and a long-term operating obligation was becoming increasingly necessary.