The Netherlands: Visitor Registration Offshore Energy 2012 Now Open!

Online visitors registration for a free visit to Offshore Energy 2012 Exhibition is open. The fifth edition of this two-day, international offshore and energy event on Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 October 2012, takes place in the Amsterdam RAI, the Netherlands.

The 5th edition of Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference is organized by Navingo, the leading Dutch maritime and offshore multi media group. Offshore Energy is the only event dedicated to offshore energy in the Netherlands and is home to a wide range of renowned and internationally operating offshore companies.

More than 400 companies are expected to exhibit at Offshore Energy and more than 250 companies have already secured their space. Schlumberger Petroleum Services CV, Damen Shipyards Group, Van Oord Offshore, Fugro, Brunel, Jotun, Bluestream Offshore, Yokogawa Europe, Orga Offshore, Swire Oilfield Services LTD., Croon en Heerema Group will be exhibiting at the 2012 edition.

Online registration for a free exhibition visit is now possible at www.offshore-energy.biz.

The OE2012 conference program addresses key solutions to the offshore community. Conveniently running parallel to the exhibition, the conference program offers separately bookable sessions featuring a well-rounded international speaker faculty.

The Offshore Energy Conference Program consists of three main conference topics: North Sea Oil and Gas, Renewable energy: wind, wave and tidal and Frontier E&P. The costs of attending the conference program start at € 85,- for one session. The online registration for the conference opens 1 July 2012.

Subsea World News Staff , June 18, 2012

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