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OGEL 1 (2017) - Oil and Gas Law and Policy in West Africa

Guest editors Prof. Yinka Omorogbe and Tade Oyewunmi focused their special on Sub-Saharan Africa which has witnessed a surge in oil & gas activity within the past decade, positioning the region as an important contributor in the global energy supply and demand dynamics...

Table of Contents


  • OGEL Special Issue on "Oil and Gas Law and Policy in West Africa" - Editorial
    by Y. Omorogbe, Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
    T. Oyewunmi, Centre for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law, UEF Law School


  • Legal Framework for the Implementation of ECOWAS Energy Programmes: The Energy Protocol, WAPP Agreement and WAGP Treaty
    by M.C. Ogwezzy, Faculty of Law, Adekunle Ajasin University

  • The Tort of Negligence and Environmental Justice in the Nigerian Niger Delta
    by P.S. Tamuno, Faculty of Law, University of Port Harcourt

  • Resolving the Implications of Maritime Boundary and Delimitation Disputes on Oil and Gas Industry Growth and Development in the West African sub-region: The Way Forward
    by G.A. Agbaitoro, Legal Practitioner in Nigeria
    E. Ojong-Okongor, Essien H. Andrew & Co

  • Environmental Regulation in the Upstream Oil and Gas Industry: Is Ghana Prepared for Offshore Oil Pollution?
    by O. Boateng Newman, Obeng-Manu Law Firm

  • Promoting a Favourable Investment Climate through the Rule of Law and Global Energy Governance: The International Energy Charter and West African Oil and Gas Developments
    by N.A. Georgiou, University of Reading (UK), School of Law and Energy Charter Secretariat (Brussels)

  • Local Content and the Marginal Fields Programme: Challenges for Indigenous Participation in the Nigerian Oil Industry
    by E.C. Ezeani, The Law School, Robert Gordon University Aberdeen UK
    C. Nwuke

  • Understanding the Nigerian Petroleum Industry Governance Bill 2016
    by D. Obaseki-Ogunnaike, Adepetun Caxton-Martins Agbor & Segun (ACAS-Law)

  • The Financial Securities for Decommissioning of Offshore Installations in Nigeria: A Review of The Legal and Contractual Regime.
    by N. Chinwa Ole, Centre for Energy Law, University of Aberdeen

  • Determinants of Autogas Demand Among Taxi Drivers in Ghana
    by I. Ackah, Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP)
    T.E. Narkie, Ghana Education Service
    S. Suleman, Institute for Oil and Gas Studies, University of Cape Coast

  • Turning Towards A Joint Development Agreement in The Midst of Disputes and Uncertainties Over International Maritime Boundaries: Nigeria-Cameroon Dispute as A Case Study
    by M.K. Amakoromo, Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State
    E.L. Wifa, Centre for Energy Law, University of Aberdeen
    I. Johnson Ogbo, Amachree, Wonodi & Co

  • Petroleum Contracts Between Foreign Private Investors and Host Developing Countries: A New Approach to Negotiating
    by C. Adomako-Kwakye, Faculty of Law, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

  • Regulatory and Policy Issues for Natural Gas Supply to Power Markets: Examining the Energy Supply Crisis in Nigeria
    by T. Oyewunmi, Centre for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law, UEF Law School

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