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 Comoros archipelago borders massive gas discoveries in Tanzania and Mozambique to the west, but oil and gas exploration activity has been limited to date.
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.
The government of Equatorial Guinea is applying an industrial city model to secure foreign investment and diversify the country’s economy.
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.
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.
In the first article of Centurion’s African Knowledge Series we look at how the OHADA laws make doing business in Africa better.