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Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) 2022

Event: Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) 2022
Date: 29 November 2022 to 30 November 2022
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Description: After two days of doing business, networking, celebrating innovation, and making new connections and collaborations, the 14th edition of Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2021 (OEEC) can look back at a fruitful and inspiring event. The event brought together over 350 exhibitors and 5.000 visitors at the Home of Energy Transition in the RAI Amsterdam. Next year Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference takes place on 29 and 30 November 2022.

On 26 and 27 October RAI Amsterdam was the meeting place for a host of international clients, business leaders, industry experts professionals and governmental representatives. The event brought the offshore wind, marine energy, oil and gas and maritime supply chain together. They met, shared knowledge and connected face-2-face during the high-quality content program, at the many networking opportunities and in the exhibition hall. OEEC was for many visitors, exhibitors and other participants the first event to see each other in person again.

This year’s content theme was offshore energy in a changing world. Four talk shows and six energy talks painted an energy landscape in transition. Several trends, like hydrogen, building with nature and maintenance by drones were analysed in presentations while other talks gave more insights at the different stages of growth of sustainable solutions, like offshore wind, green investments and LNG. With contributions – among others - from IRENA, Rystad Energy, Eneco, DEME Group, Brunel, GustoMSC, PwC, Gasunie, Fugro, Green Giraffe and Anthony Veder. Cross-market collaboration was a returning theme in all these discussions and gave the programme valuable insights and fresh perspectives on the offshore energy industry.

In addition an extensive masterclass and business programme took place, organised by the Government of the Netherlands for international government delegations and invited businesses from 31 countries including C-level representatives from Canada, Namibia, Chili, Japan, France, Urugay, Oman and Portugal. The programme included two high-level masterclasses on Dutch experience in hydrogen and offshore wind development. It also featured a networking programme alongside a day with several company and site visits in the field of hydrogen and offshore wind.
Organiser: Navingo
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