The Energy Exports Conference (EEC) is now "fully virtual and free to attend", according to its organiser, the Energy Industries Council.
Energy Exports Conference
An annual energy conference has been postponed until October due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A major energy sector conference which debuted in Aberdeen this year will return for a second installment in 2020.
A boss at Saudi Aramco said yesterday the firm’s 10-year, £320 billion capital programme was a huge opportunity for the UK’s oil and gas industry supply chain.
Oil and gas doyen Sir Ian Wood said yesterday a “major energy transition park” could help Aberdeen capitalise on the switch to a low carbon economy.
Energy service firms could shave months off the time required to break into new export markets by going to a conference in Aberdeen next week, its organisers said.
Over the next 10 years Aramco plans to invest US$500bn in the global energy market, presenting an unparalleled opportunity for the UK supply chain to win significant work on worldwide projects with one of the largest operators in the world.
With just under one month to go until the Energy Exports Conference in Aberdeen on 18-19 June, International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox MP opened the Hub Energy Exports Tour in Glasgow on 24 May to share exporting opportunities with Scottish energy businesses.
Majors including Aramco, BP, Ørsted and Shell will talk about US$150bn of global projects requiring UK products and services
The Energy Industries Council (EIC) has today announced that it will hold an Aberdeen conference next year to promote and exhibit companies that supply goods and services to the global energy market.