Born in Lagos, Nigeria, the author is a lawyer, and a member of the Nigerian Bar Association.
LL.M in Petroleum Taxation and Finance at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy in Dundee. As a part of this programme, the author has undertaken in depth researches into various aspects of petroleum taxation and petroleum finance, prevalent within our industry today.
the light of the foregoing, some of the articles published by the author include "How does a Syndication Agreement deal with the conflicting interests of lenders?" and "Environmental Regulation in the Oil and Gas Industry: What Standards have evolved with regard to developed and developing countries?", both of which would be available by September at the Centre Annual Review website at http://www.dundee.ac.uk/cepmlp/car.
Other articles written by this author include:
- Globalisation: Threat or Opportunity for Third World Countries?
- At what point is the line drawn between Public policy issues and the Enforcement of Arbitral Awards?
- Fuelling the Future; Energy in the 21st Century: What role for Gas?
- An Appraisal of the Doctrine of Corporate Personality and Its modern application in Nigeria.