Launching the series with Nigeria’s guide, the Centurion Law group team is proud to launch the Africa Investment Guide series.
South Africa has an abundance of solar and wind energy sources, yet it is heavily reliant on coal-fired power plants and is one of the world’s major CO2 emitters. Its policies and readiness to adopt renewables in its energy mix have the potential to raise economic efficiency, improve the standard of living of its population and contribute positively to climate change.
Está a equipa do Presidente João Lourenço a conduzir à renascença da indústria do petróleo Angolana?
Este é um mercado petrolífero que tem sido submetido a um grande escrutínio por muitos intervenientes do setor e não há dúvida de que esta indústria em Angola está num momento de profunda transformação.
L’équipe du Président João Lourenço est-elle aux commandes de la reprise du secteur pétrolier angolais ?
Il est maintenant clair que, lorsque le Président João Lourenço a promis de nettoyer l’administration du pays et de réorganiser son moteur économique, à savoir la compagnie pétrolière nationale Sonangol, il était sérieux.
Las transformaciones en el sector petrolero de Angola impulsarán al país a un nivel de desarrollo y riqueza económica sustentable nunca antes visto.
The transformations in the Angolan oil sector are bound to propel the country into a level of development and sustainable economic wealth it has never seen before.
Niger’s oil industry is about to take off. Bold explorers have made the first move – what next?
Centurion Law Group Acquires Imani Africa Lawyers on Demand, Launches Africa-wide Flexible Legal Services Model
Centurion Law Group now offers the cost savings and efficiency of a flexible legal services model through its acquisition of IMANI-Africa Lawyers on Demand.
South Sudan’s Minister of Petroleum met with President Mohammadu Buhari in Abuja.
NJ Ayuk was interviewed on his views and experience with local content
Senegal is determined to become the new frontrunner of Africa’s local content development.
The paradigm for legal representation of Africa’s oil and power players is changing, with small firms taking a leading role.