Energy Law

Our energy lawyers have a clear understanding of the practical implications that legislation pertaining to this sector has on our clients' business thus enabling them to uniquely apply legislation within the energy sector. Our energy experts have worked at major energy companies and giving our clients' a distinct advantage when seeking our expertise in this field.

By providing expert legal advice in energy projects and exploring new frontiers, our lawyers continue to support industry innovation through our clients who continue to drive technological and geographical limitations of the industry.

Services


Our energy lawyers have significant experience in assisting clients in all aspects of oil, gas and environmental law. Our experience includes but are not limited to:
  • Equatorial Guinea: Acquisition of exploration and negotiation of Profit Sharing Contract and Join Operating Contract, Rig and Service Contract.
  • Namibia: Acquisition of exploration block
  • Egypt: Acquiring equity of a producing field. Conducting due diligence
  • Angola: Joint operating contract
  • Nigeria: Acquiring equity on a producing field. Due diligence
  • South Africa: Service contracts
  • Purchase and or Sale of crude oil, reformate, condensate
  • Purchase and or Sale of middle distillates.
  • Application for all regulatory licenses (both in South Africa and in other countries).
  • Vessels contracts
  • Attending on a number of downstream projects
  • Supply Agreement between parastatals and the Oil Industry
  • Technology License agreements
  • Providing advice on all commercial ports in South Africa.

Key Contacts

Lester Timothy
Director
solutions@adriaansattorneys.com
Mcebisi Maguga
Consultant
maguga@adriaansattorneys.com

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