Energy Marketplace Analysis
The energy industry in Ghana remains very fruitful. With solar plant developments and plans to increase Ghana’s electricity supply by 2016, energy lawyers are gearing up for one of the busiest seasons yet. We list 11 experts with strong expertise in this area.
Bentsi-Enchill Letsa & Ankomah boasts two “highly regarded” lawyers. Kojo Bentsi-Enchill is a “notable practitioner”. He heads the energy and natural resources group and “knows the industry very well”. Abraham Agbozo is “renowned” for his experience in the sector and clients recognise him as “one of the finest energy lawyers in Ghana”.
Two lawyers are singled out from Oxford & Beaumont Solicitors. Elikem Kuenyehia is a “trusted adviser” known for providing “strategic advice” regarding the financing and development of energy projects. Paa Kwesi Morrison is “highly experienced” in energy law matters and is “extremely hard-working”.
AB & David Law Affiliates garners two listings including the “great talent” Ferdinand Adadzi who has “strong knowledge” in the energy arena. David Ofosu-Dorte is “highly sought after” for his wide ranging knowledge of the industry.
Fui Tsikata, managing partner at Reindorf Chambers, is the “doyen” of energy-related matters in Ghana. With over 30 years of experience in mineral and energy law, clients say he has “strong insight of the developments in the market and a good knowledge of complex regulatory matters”.
Shawbell Consulting’s Phyllis Christian has an “in-depth knowledge of Ghanaian law and regulations”, particularly within the energy and oil and gas industries. She is often credited for “building consensus during difficult discussions” when dealing with legal and non-legal personal in international and government corporations.
From REM Law Consultancy Emmanuel Sekor is a “pre-eminent figure” in the energy sector. Previously a legal officer with the Ministry of Energy, his practice covers the legal, regulatory and policy framework in the energy, natural resources and environment industries.
We list the “excellent” Kwesi Dodi from AÉLEX for his “solution-driven approach” to complex energy matters.
William Fugar at Fugar & Company is a “senior figure” in the energy legal market and has “remarkable international scope” in cross-border transactions.