Equatorial Guinea’s one-stop shop to allow investors and corporations to set up a business in sub-Saharan Africa’s fourth largest oil producer in seven days.
Ce que l’Angola peut apprendre de l’expérience nigériane en matière de champs pétroliers marginaux.
What Angola can learn from Nigeria as it creates remarkable opportunities for marginal oil production.Read More
Lo que Angola puede aprender de Nigeria, que crea oportunidades excepcionales para la producción marginal de petróleo.
O que Angola pode aprender com a Nigéria, no momento em que abre oportunidades notáveis para a produção de petróleo a partir de campos marginais.
Este é um mercado petrolífero que tem sido submetido a um grande escrutínio por muitos intervenientes do setor e não há dúvida de que esta indústria em Angola está num momento de profunda transformação.
Il est maintenant clair que, lorsque le Président João Lourenço a promis de nettoyer l’administration du pays et de réorganiser son moteur économique, à savoir la compagnie pétrolière nationale Sonangol, il était sérieux.
Las transformaciones en el sector petrolero de Angola impulsarán al país a un nivel de desarrollo y riqueza económica sustentable nunca antes visto.
The transformations in the Angolan oil sector are bound to propel the country into a level of development and sustainable economic wealth it has never seen before.
The Centurion Law Group has announced the hiring of Glenda Irvine-Smith and Unathi Twala as Director of Business Development & International Relations and Communications Coordinator respectively.
The carbon tax Bill was tabled in a bid to reduce CO2 emissions.
The Secretary General of the African Petroleum Producers’ Organization (APPO) is calling for action on reforming Africa’s energy sector.
The City of Cape Town to fine unregistered solar panel owners.
Mineral Resources Minister will lift the moratorium on the sector to attract investment.
The Southern African country is due to approve a legislation for a clear outline on local content.
The African Energy Chamber is encouraged by the progress made in South Sudan’s oil sector after the peace agreement.
The fund is said to develop solar power mini grids in the country.
The direct total foreign investment expected in Equatorial Guinea for 2019 is over USD $2.4 billion.
The African Energy Chamber congratulates Angola on becoming the sixth African country to join the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF), after Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea.
The Senate Committee on Power, Steel Development and Metallurgy outlined its plan for a law dealing with energy theft and vandalism in the West African country.
An MoU was signed between the two countries to develop a new oil pipeline.
The Bill, which is currently in its third reading, is set to be passed by December.
Centurion Law Group now offers the cost savings and efficiency of a flexible legal services model through its acquisition of IMANI-Africa Lawyers on Demand.
The East African country is looking to open the industry to the private sector.
Women represent only 20 percent of employees in the sector.
Governments encouraged to work with the IEA to speed up policies for energy efficiency.
South Sudan Oil & Power 2018 will highlight opportunities in November in Juba.
The company applied for renewal of OPL 293 in 2012 and the renewal was granted on October 9, 2018.
Algeria’s national energy firm, Sonatrach, will have its amended national energy law ready by the first half of 2019.
Adequate energy on the cards as Nigeria looks towards new investment in its power sector.
SA's revised Mining Charter, which was presented by Mineral Resources Minister, Gwede Mantashe to cabinet last month, seeks to provide long-awaited policy certainty for potential investors.
South Sudan's Minister of Petroleum met with President Mohammadu Buhari in Abuja.
NJ Ayuk was interviewed on his views and experience with local content
NJ Ayuk discusses key contributors in developing sustainable local content policy and infrastructure.
Senegal is determined to become the new frontrunner of Africa’s local content development.
Possibilities of A New Dawn for Cross Border Trade for Cameroon.
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This press release was originally published on the African Energy Chamber website. Johannesburg – The African Energy Chamber is organizing a forum on local content development in Senegal on September 13th, 2018, in Dakar’s Radisson Blu Hotel. Organized in..
South African non-profit organizations call for tougher legislation in response to the proposed Climate Change Bill.
Kenyan Parliament has annulled the $9 970 fine or one-year jail term for property developers and homeowners failing to install solar water heating systems in their buildings.
Big Barrels: Africa Oil and Gas and the Quest for Prosperity to Hit the Shelves in French, Spanish and GermanRead More
Although the Internet of Things (IoT) is creating “a huge wave” in Africa, as smart connected devices are being deployed at mines, there is further potential for smart devices and IoT to positively impact on mining operations in Africa,..
Last week, CEO of Centurion Law Group and Chairman of the African Energy Chamber, NJ Ayuk appeared on SABC news to discuss the sustainability of an elevated oil price, America’s anti-OPEC bill and Africa’s role in OPEC as a..Read More
The paradigm for legal representation of Africa’s oil and power players is changing, with small firms taking a leading role.
NOPEC seizes on American anti-OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) sentiment and creates the appearance that Congress is taking steps to lower US gasoline prices before midterm elections this November.
The Republic of Congo on becoming Africa’s 7th country to join the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).
Mudiame International Limited to invest in developing local content and human capacity.
Centurion Law Group CEO NJ Ayuk to speak at the SAOGA networking breakfast in Johannesburg.
Centurion Law Group is organizing a half-day forum on Senegal’s local content development in Dakar’s King Fahd Palace Hotel on September 13.
Algeria’s Energy Minister, H.E. Mustapha Guitouni has announced that amended energy laws would be ready by January or February 2019.
Centurion Law Group sponsored a discussion by the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators on the impacts of the US exporting oil.Read More
H.E. Mohammed Sanusi Barkindo to highlight the Africa Oil & Power conference in Cape Town hosted September 5-7 2018.
Download the full updated Africa Energy Frontiers reports which include overviews of petroleum legislation, recent activities, major projects and tax considerations.
Centurion Law Group alongside the Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons of Equatorial Guinea to appear at 174th OPEC Meeting.
Centurion Law Group has signed a strategic alliance agreement with Guinean law firm SOC’s Lawyers to facilitate growth and promote commercial activity in Guinea Conakry.
The Republic of South Sudan is establishing a local content framework to build its domestic capacity and provide more opportunities for its citizens.
La République du Congo a beaucoup souffert pendant l’effondrement du pétrole ; et le président congolais, Denis Nguesso, a promis que le pays ne serait plus mis de côté – subissant les effets de la prise de décision mondiale..Read More
NJ Ayuk, CEO of Centurion Law Group unpacks the opportunities for the Republic of Congo as it heads towards gaining OPEC membership.
Join Centurion Law Group and the Africa Chapter of AIPN in Ghana for the presentation on May 9, 2018.
Centurion Law Group compiles an extensive list of the Top 5 Legal Regimes for Doing Business in Africa.
A private sector initiative called LNG2Africa is addressing one of the continent’s biggest lost opportunities, turning LNG into an African asset.
With Internet access and technologic advancement on the rise in Africa, the business sector is seeing the emergence of new industries.
Op-ed contributor Elias Pungong makes the case for revising Cameroon’s gas strategy.
This government and the Ministry of Petroleum pledges to seize the opportunities to build a renewed energy business with South Sudan's international partners.
Robotics, artificial intelligence and advanced analytics are opening up new opportunities for growth and improvement of Africa's energy sector.
The Gulf of Guinea, onshore Nigeria and Cameroon and offshore areas, is vulnerable to oil industry disruption. How should producers proceed?
Now the oil price is in recovery, what's the outlook for local content?
The OHADA Uniform Act on Arbitration underwent its first revision in 18 years. Under the revision, investors are to receive necessary safeguards while arbitration is promoted in OHADA Member States.
NJ Ayuk, CEO of Centurion Law Group, was an advocate for strong local content policies and creating an enabling environment for investors at AOP 2017.Read More
Renewable technology and hydrocarbons should work together to meet future African energy demand.Read More
Centurion Law Group’s attorneys worked diligently throughout 2017 to bring you news and articles about doing business in Africa, and key trends in the oil, gas, mining, agriculture and other sectors. Here is a roundup of our Editors’..
The agricultural sector has the potential to boost economies. Strong leadership and commitment from both public and private sectors will prove key.
South Sudan is on track to becoming a major player in Africa's oil and gas sector again.
NJ Ayuk, CEO of Centurion Law Group, spoke at the forum about the untapped opportunities in many African markets.
Malabo, November 27, 2017 – Equatorial Guinea will host the fifth annual Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) Gas Summit in 2019. Organized every two years, the GECF Gas Summit brings together Heads of State and government officials of the..
The struggle between Nigeria's oil ministry and the national oil company demonstrates a need for strong petroleum regulation.
A business forum held in-country sought to apprise investors of the numerous business opportunities the country and enlighten them on the steps taken to ensure political stability and in-country security.
As the Trump Administration backs out of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, the fight against corruption in the hydrocarbons industry loses an important ally.
Centurion Law Group was proud to host a strategic networking event last week in Cape Town, featuring top industry executives and government officials from across the oil and power sectors in Africa.
Centurion Law Group was proud to take part in South Sudan’s first ever energy and infrastructure conference held in Juba from Oct. 11-12.
Fighting illicit financial flows in Africa is vital to ensuring that development resources remain within the continent.
Centurion’s Energy Practice Lead Adaku Ufere has been named Attorney of the Year by The African Legal Awards 2017.
As investors seek to open operations in Mauritius, a true key to success will be choosing the right way to register the company.Read More
Adaku Ufere, Energy Practice Leader for Centurion Law Group, has been named one of four finalists for African Legal Awards’ Attorney of the Year
Nigeria’s natural gas reserves, which account for three times its oil resources, is under-tapped and underutilised.
Centurion Law Group, a leading pan-African legal and business advisory group, is hiring a Legal Intern for its Corporate Law Practice in Douala, Cameroon. The firm provides outsourced legal representation and covers a full suite of practice areas, including..
NJ Ayuk, CEO of Centurion Law Group, is determined to tell Africa's story in his new book, Big Barrels: African Oil & Gas and the Quest for Prosperity.
CEO of Centurion Law Group NJ Ayuk was interviewed by eNCA about the issues of corruption and mismanagement in Africa’s oil and gas industry.Read More
CEO of Centurion Law Group NJ Ayuk was interviewed by CNBC Africa about the new mining laws in Tanzania. Among other things, the laws will give the governments the rights to renegotiate all current contracts and stipulates dispute resolution..Read More
Centurion is hiring an associate to be based in Ghana, with some travel in Africa possibly required. See more information about the role, including responsibilities and required experience, here. Centurion is a leading pan-African legal and business advisory group...
Cross border gas discoveries to be developed as a single resource.Read More
The mining industry has the potential to create jobs and boost the economies of local communities.
Germany aims to promote African growth under its G20 presidency.
Centurion Law Group played a key role in the Africa Oil & Power 2017 conference held in Cape Town last week.
Centurion Law Group and the University of Aberdeen announced a new scholarship for Sub-Saharan African students.
Agreement breaks the mould, with Centurion the first African law firm to facilitate an African nation’s entry into OPEC.
Centurion Law Group is pleased to announce the hire of Zion Adeoye, a Nigerian national, who is joining Centurion’s high profile Energy Practice Group. Zion is an energy, finance and taxation lawyer with significant transaction experience in a wide..
President Donald Trump is already being checked by the United States judicial system.
Big Barrels author NJ Ayuk, founder and CEO of Centurion Law Group, is an authority on the energy business and enterprise in Africa today.
Pan-African law group Centurion and South Sudanese firm Awatkeer enter strategic alliance.
The power sector is a fundamental building block for economic advancement in any country. Centurion staff write about the complexities of financing power in Africa.Read More
Once again, Centurion Law Group has established its place as a top-tier law firm, ranking as Band 1 by Chambers & Partners.
Once again, NJ Ayuk, CEO of Centurion Law Group, was named one of the world’s top energy lawyers by Who’s Who Legal for 2017.
The Germany-Africa Business Forum brought African and European leaders in government and business together in Berlin.
Centurion CEO NY Ayuk to speak at inaugural Germany Africa Business Forum
Local content regulations in Africa make the energy business fairer and cheaper. Governments have a critical role in improving the system.
The Dodd-Frank Act, considered an important element of curbing corruption in oil and gas, has been dismantled under executive action taken by President Trump.
Equatorial Guinea is extending the deadline for the EG Ronda to April 28.
One of West Africa’s leading young attorneys specializing in oil and gas will moderate the Frontier Exploration panel for the Africa Oil & Power.
Plea bargaining, although not written into Equatorial Guinea’s constitution, is widely recognized and practiced and represents a valuable tool in the country’s legal system.Read More
Boasting the largest onshore oil discovery in sub-Saharan Africa in two decades, Uganda is at the forefront of oil exploration in East Africa.
South Africa's mid- and downstream oil and gas industry is highly integrated and serves as a major employer and an economic driver for the country.
The results of the US election will greatly impact African business.
Both companies and employees need to know their rights under South Africa's legal system concerning strikes.Read More
Centurion examines the legal frameworks for data protection in Nigeria and South Africa.
Guinea Ecuatorial establece el Sistema de ventanilla.
Equatorial Guinea leaps towards a Single Window System.
Centurion appoints leading litigator to head our pan-African litigation practice.
Centurion seeks new team members in Malabo and Johannesburg.
On July 30 Centurion's South Africa office took part in the NPSPF Sector 3 Pay it Forward / Ubuntu event in Johannesburg, which is based on the concept of contributing to the community by paying kindness forward.
Sub-Saharan Africa's power deficit reduces economic growth by as much as 3 percent of GDP and impacts business and quality of life in almost every sub-region. Cameroon is investing in a range of power initiatives to increase electricity supply.
Adaku Ufere leads Centurion's Energy Practice Group from the firm's Malabo office. In this interview, Adaku tells us about her fascination with the oil and gas industry, her plans for the Energy Practice Group, and sector trends in 2016.
African markets are open for investment in renewables and a number of standout performers are successfully harnessing their energy resources. In this Knowledge Series article, we take a look at what these nations have done right.Read More
Senior Associate Adaku Ufere has been appointed as Centurion Law Group's Energy Practice Leader. The formation of the the Centurion Energy Practice Group with Adaku at its head cements our commitment to serving energy companies in Africa.
Cameroon’s oil and gas industry benefits from decades of development and, in recent years, a resurgence in interest from investors. A stable and well defined tax regime helps make costs clearer and liabilities easier to manage for companies.
Centurion congratulates Jennifer Riveiro Ilende and Beatriz Mayo Mangue on completing their Master of Laws (LLM) at Delaware Law, and Adalberto Ncogo Angono and Manuel Oliveira, who have been recognized for their excellent work in their ongoing studies.
Companies in South Africa and the continent at large are taking stock of the economic challenges in 2016, and reorganizing their businesses to better weather the downturn in commodities and currencies.
South Africa’s Protection of Investment Act was passed at the end of 2015, and will replace a series of decades-old bilateral investment treaties. However, investors have voiced concerns about the new legislation.
Centurion CEO NJ Ayuk has been recognized in the latest edition of Who’s Who Legal: Energy as one of the global energy industry’s leading lawyers.
Centurion Law Group has entered a key strategic alliance with Republic of Congo-based law firm Sutter & Pearce. Together, the firms represent Central Africa’s leading Africa-based legal services provider.
Centurion CEO NJ Ayuk says African countries should resort to diplomatic solutions to overcome territorial differences, as negotiating agreements could unlock a wealth of natural resources.
We believe that great leaders need great mentors, and the Centurion Africa Business Mentorship Program gives us the chance to support African start-ups and SMEs through pro-bono legal services.
How We Made It In Africa sat down this week with our Equatorial Guinea Director Estela Nse Mansogo, for their ‘Meet the Boss’ segment. Learn more about Estela’s story, and her ambitions for Centurion.
The infrastructure deficit, in Cameroon as in much of Sub-Saharan Africa, hinders projects and slows economic growth. In 2009, the Cameroonian government outlined plans to radically improve its energy, transportation, telecommunications and construction facilities.
Director of our South Africa office Lovelyn Bassey was interviewed this week by the publication Mining Weekly. The article examines the challenges faced by mining firms in West Africa in 2016.
This week, we publish our Africa Energy Frontiers guide to South Sudan. South Sudan is the world’s newest nation, having gained its independence from Sudan in 2011, and is a mature oil producer with great potential.
Corporate governance issues can trip up directors of the foreign subsidiaries of South African firms. Our Knowledge Series article looks at the how the Companies Act applies to directors in and out of South Africa.
African oil and gas producers now provide plenty of examples of local content legislation done the right way. Cameroon can learn some valuable lessons from its neighbours, Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea.
Centurion Law Group is built on the belief that African entrepreneurs and innovators are the future of this great continent. In February we set up our Business Mentorship Program, offering free legal services to small and medium sized companies.
Centurion Law Group, a pan-African law conglomerate, has opened its new headquarters in Johannesburg, South Africa, strategically positioning itself to offer continent-wide expertise and insight to local and international businesses.
Special Counsel Norman Nadorff has worked all over the world as an oil and gas attorney. In this week's video series, he provides tips for young attorneys in the energy industry.
The stakes are high when creditors are pursuing claims against a financially distressed company. Our South Africa associates examine the moratorium on legal proceedings against companies under business rescue in the context of a Supreme Court of Appeals decision.
Centurion Law Group, the pre-eminent pan-African law conglomerate, is pleased to announce the hire of three new attorneys. The lawyers will help build on Centurion’s high-profile energy practice and extend the group’s reach across the continent.
This week, we publish our Africa Energy Frontiers guide to Liberia. Liberia’s oil and gas industry is undeveloped and its offshore is underexplored. Still, new regulations and contract regimes have prepared the market for a surge in activity.
The common currency of Central and West Africa, the CFA franc, is one of the world’s most successful currency unions. The Centurion Knowledge Series looks at how the currency creates cross border business in Central Africa.
Last month Centurion Special Counsel Norman Nadorff spoke at the NAPE Summit on how seemingly similar-looking agreements can differ across oil and gas jurisdictions.
This week, we publish our Africa Energy Frontiers guide to Madagascar. Recovered from the political instability of 2009, Madagascar has been positioning itself as a business friendly market for companies interested in frontier oil exploration.
The following excerpt is taken from an article in E&P Magazine by Velda Addison, which features Norman Nadorff, special counsel for Centurion Law Group.
Norman J. Nadorff, Centurion Special Counsel and Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Texas Law School, counts the creation of the Oil and Gas LLM program at Agostinho Neto University as one of his career's highlights.Read More
Centurion Law Group welcomed Special Counsel Norman J. Nadorff to the team in 2015. With over three decades in oil and gas law in Africa, Norman brings a unique experience to our firm.Read More
Centurion Group's Pro Bono initiative will extend free legal services to start-up companies and small and medium-sized enterprises to support young entrepreneurs. Centurion will pilot the program in Cameroon and expand to other countries.
We request the pleasure of your company at the inaugural Africa Unlocked networking event hosted by Centurion Law Group. Africa Unlocked is a top tier networking event aimed at stimulating high-level discussion on a multitude of issues.
We examine Angola’s legal framework for dealing with accountability and transparency.
Centurion Law Group has been accredited as a National Expert in electricity regulation by Getting The Deal Through.
Equatorial Guinea is the third largest oil producer in Sub-Saharan Africa and is promoting a range of industrial projects to gain value from its hydrocarbon resources.
South Africa's energy sector is well regulated with huge opportunities in the power sector, shale gas, processing industries and offshore exploration.
Norman J. Nadorff will join the group as Special Counsel effective November 1. He will be based in Houston and will serve as both an advisor to the firm and as a legal practitioner.
Cameroon is now experiencing an uptick in production, revitalizing a previously declin- ing sector. Dedication to gas development and an increase in oil production in 2014 point to a fresh round of opportunities in this mature province.
Following the success of its Summer Associate Program this year, Centurion Law Group has announced that it is welcoming applications for a second program in the summer of 2016 at the firm’s offices in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea.
The geological features and legal framework of Congo Brazzaville (known formally as The Republic of the Congo) have made the country an attractive oil and gas province, despite its reduced oil output in recent years.
The Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy of Equatorial Guinea has announced new government appointments and mergers of key internal departments.
His Excellency the President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, last month reshuffled the cabinet, making some key changes to positions at important departments and ministries.Read More
Equatorial Guinea has laid the legal foundations for local content. In our latest African Knowledge Series feature, we explore the impact of the regulations on the oil and gas business.
On April 30, the Government of Equatorial Guinea will host the year’s biggest and best opportunity for investors in Asia to meet the country’s leadership and learn about the top investment opportunities.
Investment interest in Africa’s petroleum industry continues to grow, and with it comes a greater need to understand and comply with laws that govern the sector all over the continent.
Centurion LLP has firmly established its reputation for excellence. For the second year running, the practice has been listed as Equatorial Guinea’s top-ranked legal firm by Chambers & Partners.
At the Africa Oil & Gas Legal Summit last week in Johannesburg, Centurion’s Senior Associate Attorney, Eric Ruben Huertas Morales, gave a presentation on Equatorial Guinea’s oil and gas regulations and its petroleum licensing regime.Read More
Centurion Law Firm is proud to announce it is expanding into South Africa and strengthening its position in the energy law field as a Premium Knowledge Partner of the 2015 Africa Oil & Gas Legal Summit.
Centurion is the Premium Knowledge Partner for the Africa Oil & Gas Legal Summit 2015, to be held in Johannesburg on February 24-26.
The Africa Oil & Gas Legal Summit 2015 along with its Pre-Summit Masterclas wil be held on February 24-26 at the Protea Hotel Balalaika Sandton in Johanesburg.
Two national groups have travelled to the different parts of the United States and enrolled in some of the most respected universities in the country.
There is a need for increased contribution from the petroleum industry in the local economy.
This Summit comes at an exciting time for Africa's oil and gas industry as it continues its stride to become a global oil and gas powerhouse.
frican maritime boundary disputes are expected to rise dramatically, potentially curbing exploration and creating uncertainty in ownership over tens of billions of barrels of oil, industry experts say.
Read a letter from Centurion Law Group's CEO, NJ Ayuk, about the new local content regulations in Equatorial Guinea.
A new training workshop will be hosted in association with Mr. Michael Bunter of the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy of the University of Dundee.
The Centurion, LLP law firm is proud to announce its participation as the Official Africa Energy Law Sponsor of the 21st Annual Africa Oil Week in Cape Town, South Africa.
Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy (“MMIE”) of Equatorial Guinea announced on 16 June 2014 that a licensing round will open on 1 July 2014.
Opportunities for U.S. law firms to consult on projects in African nations are growing, and companies here and abroad are increasingly turning to law firms to help do deals, navigate regulations and develop infrastructure projects.
I want to thank you for your support this year. Today we were informed by ACQ Global Awards that Centurion Law firm was voted, the Oil and Gas law firm of the year in Equatorial Guinea.
Equatorial Guinea is seeking to deepen ties with Chinese energy companies as the country works to improve power infrastructure and increase output of crude and natural gas.
With a team of seven in-house lawyers from around the world, Centurion was created in 2007 to provide legal services to oil and gas ﬁrms in Equatorial Guinea.
Centurion has advised the governments of South Sudan, Niger and Uganda on local content policies and has worked with international oil companies on contracts.
Equatorial Guinea has taken the necessary steps to let investors see the country as a business destination.
Equatorial Guinea and Sinochem Group signed a preliminary agreement to ship crude to China in exchange for credit for infrastructure.
The prestigious international publication Chambers & Partners has selected Centurion LLP as the law firm with the most projection in Equatorial Guinea.
On November 19th, the 'Driving Range Shoot tournament' was organized by the Sipopo company. It was hospted at the Hotel Sofitel Sipopo Le Golf and was an outstanding success.
Centurion Law Firm has been featured by Chamber and Partners, a directory of the worlds leading lawyers, regarding general business law in Equatorial Guinea.
Perupetro to hold new exploration round, Electricity focus for Equatorial Guinea, BPMigas reduces production forecast, Placing blame on an environmental crisis , Saudi commissions solar power plant.
Chairman of the African Union and host of the upcoming Africa and South America Conference, Equatorial Guinea is becoming a powerhouse of a new more independentRead More
Firma de MOU entre GEPetrol, Vanco Overseas Energy Limited y LUKOIL Overseas Holding Limited Comunicado del Ministerio de Minas, Industria y Energía acerca de la firma del Memorándum de Entendimiento para el análisis de datos en bloques libres de exploración.
Delegate Minister of Mines, Energy and Industry, Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, has been a driving force behind the modernisation of Equatorial Guinea’s resources. In 2011 he finalized agreements with a number of new companies.
The right local partner is necessary to do business in Equatorial Guinea as an international player.
The employer/employee relationship in Equatorial Guinea is currently the subject of numerous legal rules.
Equatorial Guinea has enough natural-gas reserves for a second liquefied gas production plant, according to a presidential adviser.
The world’s unquenchable thirst for energy is expected to strengthen Africa’s position as an international investment location. This in turn will boost the continent’s economy and benefit ordinary Africans.
Equatorial Guinea has picked U.S. engineering firm KBR Inc (KBR.N) to design a planned 20,000 barrel per day oil refinery, a senior government official said on Tuesday.
Sept. 28 (Bloomberg) — Equatorial Guinea may decide to build a $2.2-billion liquefied natural gas plant in 2012, according to Gabriel Obiang Lima, a vice minister of mines, industry and energy. The unit would be the second in the..