Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2021 takes place on 26 and 27 October 2021 in Amsterdam RAI, the Netherlands. The physical exhibition and conference is combined with an online event environment.
Are you an exhibitor? Check out the exhibitor FAQ for more information.
- Tuesday 26 October 2021 | 09:30 – 18:00
- Wednesday 27 October 2021 | 09:30 – 18:00
Event access on 26 and 27 October 2021 €75,-. Tickets include full access to the exhibition and online event programme. For physical attendance of a conference session a €75,- upgrade per session applies. Students receive a reduced rate.
For all visitors the event admission policy applies.
In order to comply with the current guidelines and to ensure that everyone can participate safely, we are obliged to ask for a corona certificate at the entrance of the event. A corona proof is a negative test result, a vaccination certificate or proof that you have recovered from corona.
There is an available test location at RAI Amsterdam. It is located next to Entrance K. In order to get tested at this location, an appointment is required. Testen voor toegang – Laat je testen voor toegang
1078 GZ Amsterdam
You can enter the conference and exhibition via entrance K
Amsterdam RAI is easy to reach by both public transport or by casr and has ample parking facilities on and outside its site. Amsterdam RAI is situated 8 minutes from Amsterdam’s city centre and 15 minutes from Schiphol Airport.
Transport to Offshore Energy
- By train: The Amsterdam RAI railway station is 300 metres from the venue. Follow the signs Amsterdam RAI when you leave the railway station. For more information about tickets click here.
- By tram and metro: From the city centre take tram route 4 between the city centre of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Central Station and the RAI. From the Amstel railway station or Central Station you can reach the RAI via Metro 51. Please visit 9292.nl for more information about travelling by public transport.
- By Car: Address for GPS: Europaplein 22, 1078 GZ, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. For more information about parking, visit the website of RAI Amsterdam
- Amsterdam Schiphol Airport: Amsterdam RAI is only a 15 minute journey away from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport by car, taxi or public transport. Please visit www.airport-ams.com for more up-to-date flight information or the newest information about Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
- Go Dutch and rent a bike! Cycling is actually the easiest and best way to get around. You can probably rent a bike at your hotel, otherwise you’ll find multiple bike rental shops in the city centre (RAI – city centre: 10 min)
- Tram 4, leaving from stop Europaplein will take you to the city centre and stops at Amsterdam Central Station (RAI – city centre: 15 min).
- Taxi: please dial +31 20 777 7777 (RAI – city centre 7 min).
Travelling to the Netherlands may require a visa. For information about visa requirements and applications, please refer to the official website of the Netherlands immigration department.
Read more about the Visas for the Netherlands here.
You can request an invitation letter here.
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