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The Flare Gas (Prevention Of Waste And Pollution) Regulations, 2018: A New Dawn?
The Regulations do not clearly distinguish whether the Guarantee Fee under the Deliver or Pay Agreement and the Tariffs under the GSA are payable together.
Nigeria
22 Nov 2018
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The Flare Gas (Prevention Of Waste And Pollution) Regulations, 2018: How Expropriatory?
This piece is a sequel to our briefing note titled "The Flare Gas (Prevention of Waste and Pollution) Regulations, 2018: A New Dawn" wherein we did an overview of the Flare Gas (Prevention of Waste and Pollution) Regulations, 2018.
Nigeria
22 Nov 2018
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Investment Opportunities
Nigeria is the largest market in Africa and one of the fastest growing countries in the world. The country has a thriving and relatively easy business environment with numerous investment opportunities in various sectors.
Nigeria
16 Nov 2018
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Scaling-up renewable energy in Africa: Nigeria
This article focuses on the climate change investment policies and opportunities in Nigeria in the energy sector.
Nigeria
25 Nov 2011
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Developments In Nigeria´s Tax Regime For Gas Utilization Projects
Nigeria is currently the largest oil producing country in Sub-Saharan Africa and the tenth largest producer in the world. The oil and gas sector accounts for about 60% of government's total revenue and more than 90% of its foreign exchange receipts upon which all tiers of government depend.
Nigeria
1 Dec 2008
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Environment Law In Nigeria
The basis of environmental policy in Nigeria is contained in the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Nigeria
20 Nov 2007
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Gas Regulation 2007
A practical insight to cross-border Gas Regulation work, abrief outline of the Nigeria’s natural gas sector.
Nigeria
20 Nov 2007
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Nigeria 2005 Bid Round: Interesting Times are Coming
A public address [by Dr. Edmund Daukoru, Nigeria’s Presidential Adviser on Petroleum and Energy] flagged off the 2005 bid rounds for 63 oil and gas blocks spread across Nigeria’s onshore and deep off shore.
Nigeria
 
21 Mar 2005
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