Offshore Energy Has New Home

In the past eight years Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) has experienced continual growth and it has the ambition to continue this steady course.

In that respect, we have exciting news to share: OEEC will have a new home in 2016 and will move to hall 1, 2, 4 and 5 of Amsterdam RAI. The ninth edition will be held on 25 & 26 October 2016.

The move to halls 1, 2, 4 and 5 will provide a new and even better experience for the exhibitors and visitors of the internationally renowned exhibition and conference. The new area is spacious and attractive with more room allocated to showcase the industry’s products, innovations and services. This will lead the way to increased networking opportunities, meetings and discussions.

For those who are eager to have a look at the new exhibition area, more information is available on www.offshore-energy.biz/newhome, including a 360º walk through within the new halls. Existing exhibitors will have the first chance to rebook their stand. On Monday December 14, the floor plan will be released for new exhibitors. In case you missed Offshore Energy 2015, check this video for an impression.

Source: Navingo

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