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.
There was a full house at the Equatorial Guinea Economic Forum.
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.
Centurion successfully completed our oil and gas law and contracts training program in
Malabo from July 21st to 26th.
The most urgent step that must be taken is for the oil and gas industry to adopt a true local content effort to
developing the industry.