Governments seeking or implementing oil strategies, offshore or land-based companies, both in the public and private sectors, now have a potential new partner. Centurion Law, a pan-African consulting and consulting firm, and Endeavor Management, the US oil and gas consulting firm, announce a strategic alliance that will provide advice on oil and gas management.
"With our pro-African strategy, Endeavor will help African companies and national oil companies maximize their value alongside Centurion." The effort represents the best of American sophistication that will work in Africa's interests, "said NJ Ayuk, CEO of Centurion Group.
Based in Johannesburg, South Africa, Centurion operates in 14 countries including Nigeria, Ghana, Niger, Mauritania, South Sudan, and Angola. The law firm accompanies governments and development companies through the supervision of local laws. For CEO Centurion, working with Endeavor is an opportunity to increase the value added of the law firm.
Which operates in the field of hydrocarbon consultancy for over forty years, Dale today endeavors worldwide. If its operations in Africa are published a little, the company will now, thanks to its partnership with Centurion, more and more active across the continent.
"The strategic alliance between our two organizations allows us to expand our consulting services and continue to support the hydrocarbon industry by building on our existing relationships in Africa," said Bruce Krager, senior vice president of Effort Management.
In Africa, the hydrocarbon sector has become more important in recent times. Not only are prices rising, but more and more oil and gas discoveries are being made across the continent. Only last Thursday the Nigerian government approved the discovery of a new oil basin in the north of the country. Not to mention neighboring Senegal, which becomes active as a large hydrocarbon producer.