The Netherlands: Offshore Energy Event Keeps Growing

The 4th edition of Offshore Energy will again be bigger than previous editions. Based on exhibitor numbers of 2010 (231), the expected number of exhibitors this year is 300. Current developments show that this number of exhibitors is  realistic. Even more, based on present numbers, event-orgaziner Navingo is considering further extension of the existing 8000 sq.m. exhibition space.

On 11 and 12 October 2011 Offshore Energy is held in the Amsterdam RAI. This two-day offshore event is organized by Navingo. In the past three years, the event has developed into an international offshore exhibition, including a two-day conference program. A significant part of the expected 300 exhibitors have already secured their space at the exhibition. Among them companies like Dockwise, Damen Shipyards Group, Bureau Veritas, Van Oord Offshore, Fugro, Jumbo Offshore, Huisman Equipment, Det Norske Veritas, Heerema Group and MTU Friedrichshafen. It is still possible to book your space.

Alongside the exhibition, Offshore Energy offers multiple conference opportunities. International experts in the offshore oil, gas and renewable energy industry will share their knowledge with more than 500 conference delegates. The two-day conference program consists of 3 separately bookable, half-day conferences. Each conference concentrates on a different yet connected theme – Global Energy Outlook, Deepwater Gas and Upstream Innovation. Also, one can attend one of the one-hour Topical Sessions for a quick update about a particular subject or one of the side-events organized in cooperation with NOGEPA and IRO.

Visiting the exhibition is free of charge, pre-register at www.offshore-energy.biz.

Conference delegates and attendants of the Topical Sessions pay a delegates fee. Attending one of the side-events is free of charge. More information about Offshore  Energy 2011, participation options, the conference program, sponsoring and registration is available on www.offshore-energy.biz.

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Source: Navingo, July 21, 2011;

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