An annual energy conference has been postponed until October due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Energy Exports Conference, held for the first time last year, was due to return to Aberdeen in June.
But organisers from the Energy Industries Council said the event had been rescheduled to October 20-21 at P&J Live.
EIC chief executive Stuart Broadley said: “Our decision comes after much deliberation in consultation with the event’s organising partners and key industry stakeholders, who have strongly endorsed our prioritisation of the collective interests of both the global speakers/delegations and the attendees from around the world.
“With the event now rescheduled to 20 – 21 October 2020 the EIC and our supporting partners will now be in a strong position to work on establishing an enhanced speaker programme and to facilitate greater participation across our global communities, enabling more inclusive access for all.
“I am happy to confirm that all of our current speakers have conveyed their full support for the October dates and remain keen to engage with the UK supply chain.
“Please be reassured that all sponsor packages, stand spaces and delegate bookings will of course remain valid for these rescheduled dates and we thank you in advance for your continued support.”