Mondaq Middle East & Africa: Energy and Natural Resources
STA Law Firm
There are no specific regulations about onshore and offshore transportation.
Clyde & Co
The energy sector in Burundi is today very circumscribed. It is mainly made up of the national utility "Regideso", who benefits from a legal monopoly for electricity transmission, distribution...
Youssry Saleh & Partners
Egypt after 2011 started to focus mainly on energy and renewable energy sectors as an integral part of the main projects in the sustainable development plan 2030.
Youssry Saleh & Partners
Although Egypt is not one of the OPEC countries, it is yet considered the sixth largest oil producer in Africa.
Youssry Saleh & Partners
Egypt has enormous mineral wealth, but it does not yet exploit it properly.
PwC Nigeria
Nigeria's House of Representatives has passed the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB).
Clyde & Co
Earlier this year, on 19th May 2017, a critical step forward in the Nigerian Electricity market was realised, with the issuance by the Minister in charge of Energy of the directive on Eligible Customers ...
Fred-Young & Evans
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission ("NERC") Regulation for Mini-Grids, 2016 ("the Regulation") regulates mini-grids power generation in Nigeria.
Fred-Young & Evans
Power is still a major problem in Nigeria. This is because many businesses who cannot survive its teething challenges blame power as the main cause of their business failure.
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
The Nigerian Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) possibly ranks as number one by a wide margin among the bills that have spent the most time with the legislature.
Clyde & Co
In this month's briefing, we provide the highlights of the Local Content Regulations (the Regulations) issued recently.
Dentons
The reforms are the latest in a campaign to exercise greater control over the extractives sectors.
Clyde & Co
The recent changes to the Mining Act in Tanzania have significant ramifications for service providers to the Tanzanian mining industry (Service Providers).
Jones Day
Hoping to increase the nation's revenue from natural resources, the Tanzanian government is introducing a number of increasingly drastic reforms to the mining industry.
ENSafrica
Tanzania has enacted three pieces of legislation that introduce sweeping changes to the legal and regulatory regime governing the natural resources extractive industry.
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Meyer-Reumann & Partners
As Saudi Arabia entered into a recession caused by the drop in the global oil prices – the main source of revenue for the country – which in turn led to a deficit at its budget, the Government enforced...
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Earlier this year, on 19th May 2017, a critical step forward in the Nigerian Electricity market was realised, with the issuance by the Minister in charge of Energy of the directive on Eligible Customers ...
Clyde & Co
The energy sector in Burundi is today very circumscribed. It is mainly made up of the national utility "Regideso", who benefits from a legal monopoly for electricity transmission, distribution...
STA Law Firm
There are no specific regulations about onshore and offshore transportation.
Dentons
The reforms are the latest in a campaign to exercise greater control over the extractives sectors.
Beale & Company (Middle East)
In delivering a construction project, a contractor or consultant must also comply with the Saudi Building Code.
Youssry Saleh & Partners
Egypt after 2011 started to focus mainly on energy and renewable energy sectors as an integral part of the main projects in the sustainable development plan 2030.
Orrick
Senegal has interested oil and gas companies for over 60 years, but it is only in the last three years that the country has come to the fore as a potential world-class hydrocarbon basin.
Perchstone & Graeys
The momentous passage of the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill on May 25, 2017 by the Nigerian Senate was heralded by many as a revolutionary step at creating a legal framework...
Fred-Young & Evans
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission ("NERC") Regulation for Mini-Grids, 2016 ("the Regulation") regulates mini-grids power generation in Nigeria.
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