Offshore Energy 2019: Five reasons to attend
Offshore Energy gives the energy transition a home during this year’s exhibition and conference. Aside from being part of the discussion on energy there are other reasons we know you will not want to miss this edition of Offshore Energy.
Meet the complete offshore energy industry
Energy transition will not happen on its own. For this cross-industry, cooperation is vital. Offshore Energy offers energy transition a home and as such offers you the opportunity to meet companies and professionals from oil, gas, marine energy and offshore wind.
Furthermore, as an international event, we will also be welcoming trade missions from hot markets such as East Asia, North America related to offshore wind, as well as from Central and South America for Oil & Gas. Further to that, we will welcome delegations from the Baltics, United Kingdom, Germany, Norway and France.
Not only the exhibition floor will reflect energy transition, the conference program is no different. Offshore Wind Conference, Marine Energy Event and the six Offshore Energy Conference Session will touch upon how the industry is geared toward making changes including technological developments necessary to further climate goals.
Offshore Energy offers the opportunity to go premium. Premium guests can enjoy a special lounge that we have designed for you to relax, network and do business as you wish. Premium Conference Guests are welcome to attend ALL sessions in the conference during Offshore Energy.
Energy Plaza is Offshore Energy’s newest feature, full of experiences, interactivity, innovation, and networking. This location on the exhibition floor combines the Offshore Energy Conference, Experience Zone, Startup Zone, Energy Hub, The Stage and the luxuries of the new Premium Lounge.
Matchmaking will be making its return to the exhibition floor – a great opportunity to meet new business relations. More information on how to take part in the matchmaking will be made available soon.
Join us on 7, 8 and 9 October. Register now, www.Offshore-Energy.biz and become part of the discussion on energy transition.