We examine Angola’s legal framework for dealing with accountability and transparency.
Centurion Special Counsel Norman J. Nadorff recently gave a lecture at the University of Miami on careers in oil and gas law, with a special mention going to Equatorial Guinea and Centurion Law Group.
Centurion Law Group has been accredited as a National Expert in electricity regulation by Getting The Deal Through.
Learn about Centurion’s vision for law and business in Africa from our CEO NJ Ayuk.
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.
One of Africa’s oldest producers, Gabon’s oil and gas sector has been reinvigorated by new deepwater exploration and a reform of hydrocarbons legislation in 2014.
South Africa’s energy sector is well regulated with huge opportunities in the power sector, shale gas, processing industries and offshore exploration.
Chad has Africa’s 10th largest oil reserves but its output has been slipping in recent years because of maturing fields.
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.
Ethiopia is largely unexplored and its oil and gas industry is undeveloped, but foreign upstream firms have flocked to the country in recent years.
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.
Centurion Law Group is continuing its pan-African expansion with the opening of an office in Cameroon this month.