Centurion appoints leading litigator to head our pan-African litigation practice.
Africa’s refineries are unable to meet the region’s increasing demand for petroleum products.
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.
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.