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The 2021 edition of SPE Offshore Europe has been cancelled. A virtual conference will take place instead on September 7th to September 10th. The 2022 edition of the fair will be housed at the P&J Live in Aberdeen, Scotland, the UK between February 1st and February 4th. Visitors may rest assured the event will be conducted amidst COVID-19 health and safety measures.
Offshore Europe unifies players and markets on the European continent as a platform to share the latest technological news, but also as a network to facilitate business deals and build stronger ties. The international exhibition and conference has a long storied history since its foundation in 1973 and now is one of the first events on the list for suppliers.
The exhibition explores innovations on the full spectrum of equipment and solutions for the industry – pipe systems, oil rigs, pipelines, pumps, cranes, drilling, anchors, hydraulic products, lubricants, gas production technology and offshore engineering. This is coupled with the first-rate conference program, which runs alongside the business matchmaking and exhibition.
But the focus is not just on new business. There’s also a focus on care for current equipment and facilities in the face of Late Life and Decommissioning Zone, which tackles the complicated problems regarding aging and obsolete installations.
Offshore Europe is the product of Reed Exhibitions in association with the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), the latter of which assists in the creation of the support program. The exhibition and conference follow a biennial schedule and editions fall on odd years. The overall duration is for four days usually during the first half of September.
The event recently changed locations and now is based in Aberdeen, Scotland at AECC Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre. Doors are open to professional visitors and working hours are from 09:30 am in the morning until 18:00 pm in the afternoon during the first three days, and until 16:30 pm on the last day.
The AECC is centrally located in Aberdeen so you have a good chance that you can walk from your hotel and both the airport and a major train station are fifteen minutes away. You also have bus connections to take advantage of.
What you can expect as an exhibitor?
- To stay ahead of the curve technologically speaking. Processes like automation, AI and the elusive integrated tech are being revealed in real time at the stage of the event. This means you can always compare how technologically competitive you are and course correct on a project, when the need arises;
- To learn from the top minds in the industry. We can’t overstate how valuable the content shared at the SPE Conference is. First, it’s the largest free-to-attend conference tailored for the industry specifically. Second, nowhere else will you have access to the leading experts in one place and gain knowledge through educational seminars, workshops and technical sessions;
- To build name recognition and brand value. Naturally, the best thing to expect from being at the exhibition and conference is all the attention. If everyone who is everyone is there, then you’re in the perfect position to gain attention and coverage for new launches and new announcements.
Audience & statistics
How does the numbers for Offshore Europe compare to the claims by organisers? You will be very happy to learn that the last edition was quite popular. We are talking over 800 exhibitors and an audience, which reached 38,000 trade visitors from 119 different countries.
Alongside the familiar members of the European Union, the exhibition saw presence from as far as Singapore, Nigeria, China, Guyana and Brazil. There were also 14 national pavilions from Canada, the USA, Norway, Finland, Netherlands and Italy among others. Given that Offshore Europe is an amalgamation of an exhibition and a conference, it’s normal to see a diverse professional audience, which not only includes senior executive personnel, but also experts, engineers, technical specialists and students.
The data above has convinced to buy tickets for Offshore Europe? Great. The next step is to book hotel accommodation for the exhibition and this is where Trade Fair Trips ltd is useful. We assist in every aspect of your trip. Alongside accommodation for exhibitions, we also reserve meeting facilities with modern A/V equipment and can also fully handle the construction of your booth in no time.
Give us a budget for your stay and you will receive the best deals on the market for rooms in proximity to public transport connections for a faster commute. Contact us early enough and we will be able to secure you affordable bookings for hotels near the AECC Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre. Planning your outing to Offshore Europe is as easy as one phone call!
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How to get to Offshore Europe
Aberdeen International Airport – 35 mins via International Avenue
Dyce Station – 40 mins via Wellheads Dr
Aberdeen International Airport – 5 mins via Dyce Dr
Dyce Station – 10 mins via Wellheads Dr
By public transport:
Aberdeen International Airport – 10 mins via transport 727
Dyce Station – 35 mins via X27 transport