Pan-African corporate law conglomerate operating at cutting edge of business practices – corporate law, oil and gas, arbitration and commercial litigation.
Size of Organization: 60
Year Established: 2007Web Site: http://www.centurionlawfirm.com
Telephone: +1-647-308-6325; +1 71 3893 4669
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Centurion is a leading pan-African legal and business advisory group with extensive experience in oil and gas law. The group provides outsourced legal representation and covers a full suite of practice areas for its clients, including arbitration and commercial litigation, corporate law, tax and anti-corruption advisory and contract negotiation. Centurion specializes in assisting clients that are starting or growing a business in Africa and has offices in Malabo, Douala and Johannesburg.
Documents by Centurion LLP on Martindale.com
Africa Energy Frontiers Equatorial Guinea
NJ Ayuk,Eric Rubén Huertas Morales, December 10, 2015, previously published by Centurion Law Group on December 7, 2015
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.
Africa Energy Frontiers Gabon
NJ Ayuk,Ventocilla Michael, December 10, 2015, previously published by Centurion Law Group on December 7, 2015
Gabon is one of Africa's oldest producers, but its oil and gas sector has been reinvigorated by new deepwater exploration and a reform of hydrocarbons regulations in 2014. Sub-Saharan Africa's fifth largest oil producer is welcoming international investors to explore its energy frontiers alongside...
Africa Energy Frontiers South Africa
NJ Ayuk, December 10, 2015, previously published by Centurion Law Group on December 7, 2015
One of Africa’s most developed economies, South Africa has a hydrocarbons upstream sector that remains undeveloped, albeit well regulated. Production of gas is low and crude oil output is marginal, with most internal demand covered by imports. The country is highly dependent on its...