The three day program consists of Keynotes, Thematic Sessions, Master Classes and Side Events.
Features Offshore Energy Conference 2018:
The Master Classes bring together masters and young talents in the offshore oil, gas and renewable energy industry for an informal exchange of ideas and experiences, both technical and non-technical.
The Master Classes are meant for final year students, starters and young professionals with under six years work experience and holding a Bachelor or Master degree or studying for it.
The 9th annual Offshore Wind Event – previously known as Offshore WIND Conference – covers the entire offshore wind power sector and discusses current and future developments. In addition to key project updates, topics include future-proofing business models for subsidy-free offshore wind, redesigning electricity markets and balancing the supply and demand of energy with storage and new technologies.
The Oil Event offers supply and demand forecasts, present hot regions for business and discuss the place of oil and gas in the overall energy mix.
Keynote speakers will address the most important strategic and commercial challenges associated with the current and future hydrocarbons industry.