Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2017
Preparations for the tenth Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) are well underway and now is the time to join the largest European event covering the whole offshore energy mix. With oil & gas, offshore wind and marine energy all assembling at this event, which creates the ideal place to display your products and services to the world. Based on its track record, OEEC expects to attract over 12 000 offshore professionals representing around 100 nationalities and over 650 key players from the offshore industry exhibiting at the show.
This year’s theme is ‘Transformation through collaboration’ which will focus on the transformation happening both in oil, gas and in renewables as a consequence of a lower for longer price environment. Both the lower price of oil and gas and the lower price per kWh for offshore wind power present challenges for the industry – albeit for very different reasons – and are leading to intensified collaboration. Add to this the industry’s efforts in making the energy transition happen and you have a very topical mix of themes which will feature prominently in the conference programme, but can also be experienced on the exhibition floor where exhibitors will offer their own solutions for tomorrow’s energy mix.
This year’s conference program features keynotes, Master Classes, the Offshore WIND conference (9 & 10 October), the Marine Energy Event (11 October) and eight Technical Sessions. The Technical sessions, covering subjects ranging from Decommissioning to Asset Integrity and from Global Business Opportunities in E&P to The Rise of Renewables will be offered in breakfast or lunch session format, allowing for ample networking and knowledge-sharing opportunities. This year’s speaker faculty welcomes, among others, DONG, Siemens Gamesa, Van Oord, TNO Energy and Bureau Veritas.
The OEEC provides the platform to meet new prospects and strengthen relationships with other leading industry players. With 80 per cent of stand already sold, this edition is gearing up nicely. OEEC will also be welcoming the following international pavilions: Iran, Italy, India, Scotland, Norway, the United Kingdom, China and the Netherlands.
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