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.
TOGY talks to Centurion Law Group’s CEO NJ Ayuk about the regulatory systems in Equatorial Guinea.