EIC signs events MoU with Agora Nexus to benefit members

EIC signs events MoU with Agora Nexus to benefit members

14 Feb 2021

The Energy Industries Council (EIC) has signed a Memorandum of understanding with Agora Nexus to jointly promote energy events in the North & Central America region.

Agora Nexus brings together senior stakeholders, leaders and security chiefs from the full supply chain of the Oil & Energy sector for security-focused agenda, activities and events.

The EIC will be promoting Agora Nexus’ events on its non-EIC events webpage and promoting its activities to its members.

Amanda Duhon, Regional Director for Central and North America, said: “The EIC is delighted to support Agora Nexus’ Energy and Power Security series globally.

“Agora Nexus addresses key security issues facing the energy sector, and as some EIC member companies have a vested interest in the security of energy infrastructure, this partnership will provide further value to our members.”

Phil Manny, Founder & Director of Agora Nexus, said: “I am delighted to have signed an MOU between Agora Nexus and the EIC.

“The EIC is a highly reputable and respected association within the Oil & Energy sector, who clearly demonstrate incredible value to its members and the industry.

“We share common goals and objectives and I look forward to a fruitful relationship as the Agora programme looks to grow into additional geographic locations and hubs.”

Find out more about the EIC's partnership with Agora Nexus here.


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