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7 May 2024

TEMPLARS Transcripts: Energy and Natural Resources | May 2024

In the May 2024 edition of the TEMPLARS Transcripts, the TEMPLARS Energy and Natural Resources Practice provides a comprehensive overview of the most significant news in the Nigerian and Ghanaian energy sectors.

6 May 2024

Overview of the Implementation Guidelines Issued by the Minister of Finance in Respect of the Oil and Gas Companies (Tax Incentives, Exemption, Remission,etc) Order 2024

TEMPLARS Partner Igonikon Adekunle and Associate Chibuike Ikefuna’s Client Alert examines President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Oil and Gas Companies Order 2024, which aims to boost oil and gas investments in Nigeria.

6 May 2024

The Nigerian Startup Act – Putting the Startup and Engagement Portal to Work

The Publication by TEMPLARS Partner Ijeoma Uju, Managing Counsel Oghomwen Akpaibor and Associate Joshua Chizoma aims to assess the progress and implications of Nigeria’s Startup Act and its associated support portal for the startup ecosystem.

2 May 2024

Ghana Supreme Court Affirms Ghana as Arbitration Friendly Jurisdiction

In this Client Alert, TEMPLARS Managing Partner (Ghana), Augustine Kidisil and Senior Associate, Paa Kwame Larbi Asare highlight a landmark decision obtained by TEMPLARS in Ghana’s Supreme Court.

30 April 2024

TEMPLARS Dispute Resolution Digest | April 2024

In this Maiden edition of the TEMPLARS Dispute Resolution Digest, the Dispute Resolution Practice group introduces a quarterly publication centered on the evolving Dispute Resolution landscape of Nigeria and Ghana.

29 April 2024

Enforceability of Net Of Tax and Gross Up Clauses in Ghana

This publication, authored by TEMPLARS, Managing Partner (Ghana), Augustine Kidisil, and Associate, Sydney Amenyedor, explores the enforceability of net of tax and tax gross-up clauses within commercial contracts under Ghanaian jurisdiction.

24 April 2024

De-Risking Public-Private Partnerships in the Nigerian Electricity Sector: A Guide for Investors

Recent reforms in the Nigerian electricity sector empower states to regulate electricity generation, transmission, and distribution, opening new investment opportunities, especially in public-private partnerships (PPPs).

22 April 2024

The Contracts (Amendment) Act, 2023: Key Changes for Contracts with the Government of Ghana

This client alert by TEMPLARS Partner, Sarpong Odame, and Senior Associate Kezia Owusu-Ansah offers insights into Ghana’s Contracts (Amendment) Act, 2023, which received presidential assent on 1 March 2024, making it an enforceable law.

18 April 2024

Charting the Future: UAE Consensus in the Aftermath of COP28

For the finale of our three-part series on Nigeria’s energy transition, TEMPLARS Partner Dayo Okusami, Senior Associate Inna Ali, and Associate Onyinye Omenugha reflect on COP28’s outcomes and their implications for Nigeria.

17 April 2024

Enhancing Corporate Governance in Nigeria UsingArtificial Intelligence

This publication by TEMPLARS Partner Ijeoma Uju and Associates David Edoziem and Deborah Ehanire examines how artificial intelligence (AI) can enhance corporate governance in Nigeria.

3 April 2024

TEMPLARS Transcripts: Energy and Natural Resources | April 2024

In the April edition of the TEMPLARS Transcripts, the TEMPLARS Energy and Natural Resources Practice provide a comprehensive overview of the most significant news in the Nigerian and Ghanaian energy sector.

2 April 2024

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) New Minimum Capital Requirements for Banks

On 28 March 2024, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) revised the minimum capital requirements for banks aimed at strengthening the Nigerian financial system and actualizing the Nigerian Government’s objective to achieve a US$1 trillion economy in gros