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Partner Head of Oil and Gas/Intellectual Property Practice, Megathos Law Practice

Olufola Wusu is a policy consultant, entrepreneur and attorney, who was part of the team that helped review the National Gas Policy 2016 for the Federal Ministry of Petroleum Resources in...

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  • Jan 3, 2022

The emergence of the PIA 2021,  has led to a  flurry of activities in the Floating LNG (‘FLNG’) industry in Nigeria due to the changes the law has made.

The PIA 2021 should help unlock the value in  FLNG projects that were stalled prior to the PIA 2021.

Nigeria has issued a license for its first  Floating LNG plant.

Over $48 Billion  dollars of low hanging oil and gas opportunities are waiting to be snapped up by discerning investors.


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