Energy and infrastructure key contacts
Chief Consultant: Ike Oguine
- Number of lawyers dedicated to Energy and Infrastructure work: 6
- Jurisdictions admitted: Nigeria, New York
Energy and Infrastructure practice overview
ADVSIORY is a boutique law firm that is dedicated to clients operating in the energy, natural resources and infrastructure sectors. Our competitive advantage lies in our unrivalled mastery of the nuances and subtleties of our focal sectors by senior-level subject matter experts who routinely proffer cutting-edge solutions to a myriad of complex regulatory and commercial issues that arise in project development, financing, operations, regulatory compliance and transactions.
We blend our extensive sector experience and insights to deliver high quality advice and solutions to our clients at a reasonable cost.
- Oil and gas
- Social infrastructure
Recent matters advised on
- Advising on Brass Fertilizer Company Limited on the development of a $3.5 billion urea/methanol facility;
- Project counsel to Energia on the development and financing of a ~$100 million modular multi-products oil refinery in Delta State;
- Advising the West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) Company on the proposed interconnection between the WAGP and the Atuabo-Aboadze pipeline in Ghana;
- Represented Waltersmith Petroman Oil Limited in the negotiation of a production sharing agreement with the Government of Uganda in connection with the award of two oil blocks in Uganda;
- Advised a renowned global oil service company on options for securing net profit interests in petroleum assets without holding an equity interest;
- Advised the developers of the Aje Field in OML 113 on crude oil lifting and marketing arrangements in preparation for first oil and on the monetisation of its gas resources;
- Advising a project promoter on the development of a 80-90km gas distribution network in the Agbor-Onitsha axis on a BOT basis;
- Acting on the buy and sell-side of several gas sale agreements including a cross-border gas sale agreement involving parties in Nigeria and Ghana via the WAGP.