Oil & Gas
Akinwunmi & Busari’s energy law practice is based on our specialist knowledge of the Oil and Gas industry. We provide practical and commercial solutions, delivered in a cost-effective manner without compromising quality.
The knowledge and expertise of our lawyers gives us a unique understanding of the technical and commercial requirements of our clients. This combination of knowledge and experience enables us to talk to clients and their experts in their own language.
Our energy practice brings together extensive international experience in the Oil and Gas industry. Through our strong network, we can deal with energy transactions on a global basis. We advise our clients on projects and contracts and frequently work on complex, multi-jurisdictional and cross-border transactions.
Our Clients include multinational companies, banks and other financial companies, insurers and non-profit organisations. This gives us the widest possible perspective. Our lawyers are equally equipped to advise on the public and private sectors of the industry.
We act in all major areas of the upstream and downstream oil and gas markets, both locally and internationally. Our experience covers the full range of exploration, development and production activities, including preparing and vetting of joint venture and joint operating agreements, asset trading, onshore/offshore facilities fabrication and service agreements.
We have exceptional strength and depth of experience in advising both buyers and sellers on various aspects of the Liquefied Natural Gas Project development, operation and contract negotiation. Our Firm also proffers advice on project formation, shipping, finance, sales and related upstream and downstream issues.
We also advise on litigation matters in the oil and gas sector in the event of possible disputes that may arise from the transactions between parties.
Our experience includes:
- Off shore and onshore licensing
- Production sharing contracts
- Bidding agreements
- Joint ventures and joint operating agreements
- Allocation agreement
For further information contact:
Seyi Akinwunmi, Labo Adetunmbi