|8 April 2021|
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PRESENTED IN ENGLISH
Mozambique Petroleum Law, Local Content, Investment & Tax Law (English) 2021
This Masterclass will be a Livestream Webinar.
Apresentado em Língua Portuguesa - 6 de Abril de 2021
As business slows down and social distancing measures are put into place, why not take this time to expand your knowledge and learn new skills?
Participants will join the session remotely, from the comfort of their own offices. The webinar will be streamed live, directly from Mozambique in an interactive, effective and professional manner. The presentation slides will be circulated to the participants prior to the webinar.
“As the natural gas projects begin to kick off in Mozambique, there are endless opportunities for suppliers, developers and service providers to get involved and to secure business. However, Mozambique is very specific in terms of the legislation that governs the industry.
Before your company attempts to get involved, you need to fully understand the legal landscape. During this industry briefing, we will provide clarity on ALL of the applicable Laws, Regulations and Policies that govern the Petroleum Industry in Mozambique, including but not limited to: The Petroleum Law, Local Content Regulations, Fiscal & Tax Regime, Investment Policy, Employment of Foreign Citizens and Exchange Control Regulations.”
Briefing Agenda at a Glance:
FACILITATED BY MR. PEDRO COUTO, OF LEADING MOZAMBIQUE LAW FIRM:
DESIGNED FOR THE FOLLOWING INDUSTRIES:
1 Day Livestream Webinar: R8499 per person
Register 3 or more delegates: R7499 per person
Pedro Couto, Graduated in Law at the University of Eduardo Mondlane, in 1995. Post-Graduated in Corporate Law, in the Faculty of Law at the University of Lisbon, in 1996. Post-graduated in Administrative Law at the University of Eduardo Mondlane in partnership with University of Lisbon, in 1998. Post-graduated in Project Finance Structure at the University of Cape Town, in 2000.
Presently, Chairman and is in charge of the Department of Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructures at Couto, Graça e Associados (CGA).
With 23 years of experience, as General Counsel of private companies, State organisations and corporations throughout Mozambique, he is involved in initiatives such as BOT, BOOT, restructuring of companies, foreign investment, financing, privatization and public procurement (transport, mining, aviation, energy, oil, gas, Port, rail and business infrastructure). He is an expert in Project Finance and Finance Structure having participated in most Power and Infrastructure projects in recent years in Mozambique.