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July 19, 2018Anti-OPEC Legislation Looms Large
The U.S. Congress has revived a decades-old bill that would open OPEC up to anti-trust lawsuits.
August 17, 2018Angola: New agency to handle concessions
The government of Angola will launch new agency to handle the country’s oil and gas concessions.
July 25, 2018Small Firms Represent African Oil and Power Entities With Big Results
The paradigm for legal representation of Africa’s oil and power players is changing, with small firms taking a leading role.
July 22, 2018An African Perspective: No Good Will Come From NOPEC
Throughout the years I spent as an undergraduate and law school student in the U.S., one of the things I truly admired was American ingenuity. I loved following news stories about U.S. startups that scraped together enough money to go overseas, explored for oil – and despite overwhelming odds, achieved success. These companies were creating […]
July 10, 2018Towards a stable energy sector
NJ Ayuk, CEO of Centurion Law Groups, speaks on Equatorial Guinea's oil sector.
June 26, 2018Exxon and Eni exploration contracts in Mozambique to be finalized
ExxonMobil and Eni are close to finalising their exploration contracts awarded to them in 2015.
June 18, 2018Somalia to Implement Oil, Mining Framework
Somalia's government and member states agree on a common vision for developing petroleum resources.
May 7, 2018Market Report: Oil Prices Rise Higher
Oil prices rise higher amid concerns over a rise in U.S. oil inventories and record weekly domestic production.
April 16, 2018The Buzz: This Week In Africa
Top stories: Shell backs away from South Africa fracking, Technip gets Tortue contract
March 7, 2018AOP 2017: Policy and Law Panel Highlights
Panelists from AOP 2017 talk policy and law in Africa's oil and gas to power projects.