Organisers have postponed the Offshore Europe exhibition next month amid rising Omicron cases in the UK, dealing a blow to the events industry in Aberdeen.
Organisers of Aberdeen’s SPE Offshore Europe conference say there is no change to their plans to run a physical event in February, as the UK proposes tighter restrictions in the face of rising cases of a new variant of COVID-19.
Organisers of Offshore Europe have decided to delay the in-person event until next year due to ongoing “health and safety uncertainties”.
The UK’s largest annual renewables and decarbonisation conference has been postponed until next year as the impact of the pandemic rumbles on.
Organisers of Offshore Europe, Scotland’s largest energy exhibition and conference, are running the rule over whether it should be postponed until next year.
More than half of exhibition space for Offshore Europe, due to return to Aberdeen in 12 months’ time, has been sold, despite Covid-19.
Scotland’s largest renewable energy and decarbonisation conference will now take place on November 4-5 following a further postponement.
Aberdeen event organisers have offered little sign of normality resuming after deciding an event five months away should be held virtually.
Scotland's largest renewable energy and decarbonisation conference has been postponed due to the growing concern over the spread of Covid-19, organisers said today.
Climate activists staged a choreographed ‘die-in’ outside the Offshore Europe Conference in Aberdeen yesterday to “send a message” to big oil and gas majors.