A pan-African and pro-African approach: Centurion Law Group joins forces with the African Energy Week in Cape Town and leads a legal and regulatory dialogue



A pan-African and pro-African approach: Centurion Law Group joins forces with the African Energy Week in Cape Town and leads a legal and regulatory dialogue

The company looks forward to providing support to stakeholders in Cape Town, leading a key dialogue and being part of the transformation of Africa’s energy sector.

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, October 12, 2021 / APO Group / –

Taking place November 9-12 at the V&A Waterfront, Africa Energy Week (AEW) 2021 is the first and only Pan-African energy event to place African narratives at the forefront of the global energy dialogue. Emphasizing Africa’s position on oil and gas, energy transition and financing energy sector developments, AEW 2021 offers genuine collaborative discussions on the challenges, opportunities and achievements of the continent’s energy industry. As a key enabler and global actor of change regarding the energy sector in Africa, the pan-African legal conglomerate Centurion Law Group has partnered and sponsored AEW 2021 in Cape Town, placing more emphasis on the role of African voices , while consolidating the event’s position as Africa’s premier energy event.

Specializing in cross-border business and energy law, Centurion Law Group provides legal services to new, growing and established companies in 57 countries. The company is committed to leading Africa into a new era of enhanced energy and economic growth, providing services tailored to the respective operating environments and working closely with clients to ensure successful structuring, development, financing, implementation and operation of projects. Centurion’s services span all facets of Africa’s energy sector, and with its wealth of knowledge and expertise, coupled with an extensive pan-African network, the company is considered the ideal partner for African stakeholders. and global.

The firm is a leader in African oil and gas and represents companies across the African continent. Thanks to its results-oriented approach, Centurion has successfully negotiated more oil and gas contracts than any other company on the continent. As a result, with its team of dedicated and experienced lawyers, Centurion is not only regarded as Africa’s best law firm, but also a key driver of Africa’s energy success.

Led by Managing Director Zion Adeoyo, Centurion partners will visit Cape Town in November, focusing on providing information on improving the operating environment in Africa’s energy sector; strengthen Africa’s network to enrich countries with skills and knowledge; and facilitate critical investments in new and existing African opportunities. As a partner of AEW 2021, Centurion will play a pivotal role in driving the discussion on a range of topics including, but not limited to, foreign investment, domestic capital mobilization, an appropriate energy transition , the role of oil and gas, as well as regulation and compliance.

“Centurion is committed to transforming the way law is practiced on the African continent. The company is both pan-African and pro-African, and has placed African people and businesses at the heart of its business strategy. By facilitating maximum investment in the sector, boosting productivity and profitability for all clients, and providing essential legal support to the continent and its stakeholders, Centurion is committed to bringing Africa into a new era of development success. The company looks forward to providing support to stakeholders in Cape Town, leading a key dialogue and being part of the transformation of Africa’s energy sector, ”said Adeoye.

Meanwhile, Centurion is experienced in regulatory affairs and compliance. With 54 countries in Africa, the regulatory environment is both vast and complex, and Centurion bridges the gap between African states and international businesses and investors interested in African opportunities. Providing advice to businesses on local laws, Centurion focuses on compliance and is a valuable partner for African governments opening their markets and global stakeholders pursuing business relationships on the continent. At AEW 2021, the company will facilitate agreements, transactions and engagement among delegates, thereby enhancing investments in Africa while expanding trade agreements and regional operations.

At the event, Centurion will promote the benefits of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), highlighting the role of the agreement in expanding African energy markets and associated socio-economic growth. . With its notable presence across the continent, Centurion is well positioned to help improve commerce, offering advisory services to expand business operations and increase collaboration in Africa.

At AEW 2021 in Cape Town, Centurion will lead the discussion on AfCFTA, challenging African countries to seize the opportunities created by the agreement. Centurion is committed to free markets, trade liberalization and capitalizing on the opportunities created by the agreement, and will promote them at AEW 2021 in Cape Town.

AEW 2021, in partnership with the South African Department of Mineral Resources and Energy DMRE, is the AEC’s annual conference, exhibition and networking event. AEW 2021 brings together African energy players with international investors and partners to drive industry growth and development and promote Africa as a destination for energy investments.

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