Speakers
 
Megan Rodgers
Director: Oil and Gas Attorney
Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc

Megan Rodgers is a director of our Projects and Infrastructure practice and the sector head of the Oil & Gas practice. She holds a LLB degree and LLM degree (cum laude) from the University of the Western Cape and is a member of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) and Women in Oil and Energy South Africa.
Megan's expertise in the oil and gas industry extends across multiple jurisdictions, such as South Africa, Botswana, Angola, Tanzania, Falkland Islands, Western Australia, Dubai, Iraq and more recently Namibia, Sierra Leone, The Gambia and Zambia. She has worked closely with IOC's, NOC’s and host governments.
She specialises in drafting and leading negotiations on industry related agreements such as Farm-out Agreements, Participating Agreements, Joint Operating Agreements, Seismic Acquisition Agreements, Drilling Agreements as well as Multi-Client Brokerage Agreements and host government agreements. She has advised on host government legislative requirements, NOC procurement and commercial tendering processes for E&P divisions, FPSO procurement and Agreements and Subsea Installation procurement and Agreements, work programme and budget obligations as well as MODU services agreements, and has prepared submissions for host governments on proposed legislative amendments to the oil and gas industry in South Africa and Namibia.
Rodgers has published extensive reviews on the oil and gas industry both in South Africa and internationally and she is part of the team awarded the 2010 Oil and Gas Deal of the Year Award and the 2014 Legal Advisor of Year Award by African Investor.

 

 
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