Upstream Oil and Gas in Ghana: Legal Frameworks and Emerging Practice (Routledge Research in Energy Law and Regulation) (Hardcover)
This book explores the myriad issues that play out in the upstream petroleum industry of Ghana from a legal perspective.
Thomas Kojo Stephens is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana School of Law and lectures in both the LLB and LLM Programs, lecturing among others, Conflict of Laws/Private International Law, Research Methodology, Energy Law, and Natural Resources Law, and supervises in the PhD Program.He is a Senior Partner at Stobe Law and the Head of the Transactional, Energy Practice, as well as the Consultancy Group of the firm. He advises numerous entities in the petroleum sector and serves as principal consultant for a number of high-profile entities. He is the jurisdictional author for a number of international publications in Petroleum Law and has written on different facets of the industry. He is an Advisory Board Member of the International Energy Law Advisory Group (IELAG), a Principal Trainer at the International Energy Law Training and Research Center (IELTRC), and was a Vice-Chairman of Ghana's Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) from 2018 to 2020, a statutory body with oversight over the use of Ghana's petroleum revenue.