The Energy Exports Conference (EEC) is now “fully virtual and free to attend”, according to its organiser, the Energy Industries Council.
The inaugural EEC took place in Aberdeen in June last year, but in 2020 will run online across the week of September 28 to October 1.
EIC chief executive Stuart Broadley said: “This vEEC Week will still feature more than 20 international delegations alongside operator, developer and contractor updates – showcasing a whopping total of over $500 billion in project opportunities and introducing the best of British suppliers to leading project operators and contractors around the world.”
A preview schedule of presentations will run in the three months preceding vEEC Week, allowing early access to key project information and one-to-one meetings.
The agenda for vEEC Week will feature these preview presentations, plus:
- Key plenary sessions featuring high-level industry and government speakers
- Thought leadership sessions offering an insight into the future of the industry
- Panel discussions focussing on hot topics such as Energy Transition, Diversification and Digitalisation amongst others
- Presentations from international delegations
- Workshops offering a smaller group experience and interaction
- Dynamic Q&A participation
- Digital networking within the platform and chat area
- One-to-one meetings
Mr Broadley said: “Whether you’re an experienced exporter, have just started or are yet to begin your exporting journey, vEEC will highlight actionable project opportunities and identify key markets to target.
“We expect a global audience of 10,000 attendees during the preview lead-up and culminating in vEEC week. Attendees can choose to attend all sessions ‘as live’ free of charge (AccessFree) or upgrade their ticket to AccessPremium allowing unlimited, on-demand access to all presentations as well as opening up the potential to book one-to-one meetings.
“Virtual exhibition stands and sponsorship packages are also now available to book at competitive rates, giving you maximum exposure to a global audience of targeted energy industry professionals including operators, contractors, supply chain companies and governments.”