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The African Energy Chamber is pleased to announce new membership benefits with Centurion Law Group

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August 25, 2020

The Chamber’s membership offering was launched in June this year, with the aim to give a voice to all energy players across the African energy landscape. Since then, we’ve been humbled and excited by your feedback. Many of you are entrepreneurs, looking for opportunities, looking for ways to grow your business and withstand the uncertain climate brought on by the pandemic. With this in mind, we’ve set up this membership benefit to enable you to speak to a dedicated legal and business adviser, who will be able to appropriately guide and support you as you continue to plan for success.

Centurion Law Group is the leading pan-African law and business advisory group with extensive experience in oil and gas law. The group provides a full suite of practice areas for its clients, including arbitration and commercial litigation, corporate law, tax and anti-corruption advisory, business advisory services and contract negotiation. Centurion specialises in assisting clients that are starting or growing a business in Africa.

CLG is pleased to offer a free initial consultation to African Energy Chamber members on the following:
1. Setting up – choosing and creating legal structures for your start-up
2. Governance issues
3. Growing your business, including contracts and tenders
4. Staffing – employment law advice
5. International considerations, such as immigration, tax and finance

** Should you have further business and legal support requirements following this initial consultation, your Centurion Law Group advisor will be on hand to give you options at discounted rates.

How to take up this offer? Apply for membership on energychamber.org, once successful, please contact: info@centurionlg.com and CC members@energychamber.org

“Our mission as a Group is to help our clients navigate this pandemic and ensure they continue to thrive. We have extensive experience working across Africa – from South Africa, Mauritius, Ghana, Equatorial Guinea to South Sudan and Cameroon. We are looking forward to supporting the Chamber’s members wherever they operate and we will work with you to take your business from strength to strength.” announced Zion Adeoye, Managing Director for Centurion Law Group.

Last week, the Chamber announced reciprocal benefits with African Oil Power for all our members and their clients. These latest membership benefits will further enhance the value of membership with the African Energy Chamber. The African Energy Chamber’s work rests along four pillars, of which community and capacity building are core strands:

  1. Advocacy & campaigning
  2.  Community building & networking
  3. Capacity building
  4. Investment outreach

Currently, members of the AEC receive a membership badge to clearly identify themselves as a certified member, part of the largest network of African energy supporters in the world. Through joining our energy community, members receive exclusive invitations to AEC networking events and have the opportunity to engage with our expanding network of players in the African energy landscape. Members receive discounts to sector leading events, such as the hallmark annual event, Africa Oil & Power conference held in Cape Town. In addition, membership also allows you to make your voice heard and to be able to take part in national and international campaigns like the Commonsense Energy Agenda. Furthermore, members of the Chamber are able to partake in as well as host webinars and exclusive roundtables, free of charge. These cover a wide range of topics, from how to secure deals in different environments or specific countries, to the latest market trends discussed by business folks with their finger on the pulse. On top of this, members receive regular communications updates, early access to market reports and studies, as well as newsletters from the Chamber and its partners.

Since its inception in 2018, the African Energy Chamber has been working tirelessly on advocating for a robust African energy industry. Now more than ever, our focus is to ensure the sector is able to weather the storm of the current pandemic and continues to provide essential jobs. We welcome support from companies worldwide who wish to support our work or those who wish to partner with us on a wide array of issues, as we continue to help the sector thrive. Each new member and partner helps us increase our mandate as the voice for the sector. To that end, we urge you all to get in touch with us on members@energychamber.org should you have any feedback, as we continue to improve our membership services. In addition, please do reach out to us via our social media platforms and tag us using the hashtag: #AECMembers

For more information on membership to the African Energy Chamber, please visit: www.energychamber.org/membership. To discuss supporting our efforts, partnering with us or any initiatives you’d like to set up, please contact partners@energychamber.org For more information about Centurion Law Group, please visit: Centurion Law Group