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Offshore Europe 2025 will be held in a face-to-face format between the dates of 02.09.2025 and 05.09.2025. The exhibiting companies have stated that they are looking forward to the 2023 live event at P&J Live in Aberdeen. The event site will not feature Covid-19 safety precautions. This is due to the removal of the country's pandemic-related limitations.
A Brief Overview of Offshore Europe
Offshore Europe takes place in Aberdeen, UK and brings together the international oil and gas industry representatives for four days dedicated to the latest technology, solutions and industry developments. The international exhibition enjoys the reputation as one of the biggest events for its sector, making it a top priority to target. Educate yourself on the current market trends and close high-profile deals.
It’s time to plan your business trip to Aberdeen and GETA ltd is here to help book the perfect hotel for Offshore Europe in 2023. We’re veterans in the travel sector and work with a lot of venues in the city across every price point. From affordable to luxury, we offer accommodation for trade fairs to groups of twenty people and more. Your online hotel reservation is everything you need – modern, comfortable, located near the Event Complex Aberdeen and connected to public transport. GETA ltd creates a tailored business trip with our portfolio of services including rent-a-car and airport transfers.
Why Your Visit Is Worth It?
Does your ambition for the offshore industry focus on development in European markets? Then it is only natural to target Offshore Europe. You’ll find the attendance rate to be enough of a draw to consider booking a trade show booth and the quality of sales leads is undeniable. You’re in a prime position to close deals and raise your profile. Here is the data from the last edition:
- 950 international exhibitors showcased at the event;
- 125 new companies participated
- 38,000+ international trade visitors from 130 countries made the trip;
- 1000+ demonstrations organised during the event;
- 14 pavilions
- 12 keynote sessions & 86 technical papers
Offshore Europe has been in operation since 1973 and during the first phase of its life was known as OFFSHORE SCOTLAND. As the exhibition amassed a following among the upstream oil and gas industry, it became attractive to international companies and experts, which then prompted the rebrand. The biennial event has now moved to a new home in Aberdeen, the Event Complex Aberdeen, which has more exhibition space and bigger capacity to showcase the entirety of the value chain.
Innovations sit front and centre at Offshore Europe, which appeals to high-profile buyers due to how complete its product portfolio is. Manufacturers are ready to present and demonstrate their latest work with pipe systems, pipelines, pumps, cranes, drilling, anchors, hydraulic products, oil rigs, lubricants, gas production technology and offshore engineering. A comprehensive conference program runs along the duration of the event, run by experts and decision makers in the sector, tackling the issues of the day. The conference is the true gem of the exhibition. Each edition guides the market and informs the big players on how to steer their business.
Offshore Europe occupies a special place in the offshore energy industry since the movement to a greener future has accelerated. This trend has formed under the threat of climate change and now operators and technology developers are using Offshore Europe as a resource and platform to better invest in a more sustainable energy mix.
Who Are You Going to Meet?
Offshore Europe is far more than just a procurement platform, although you are in the best position to meet with buyers with significant budgets. The exhibition and conference partner up to attract every possible professional involved with the offshore sector – experts, engineers, technical specialists and industry leaders. Around 16% of visitors represent independents, national and international operating companies.
As we’ve mentioned, last edition included 14 national pavilions that belong to countries like the USA, Belgium, Germany, France, China, Finland, the Netherlands, Norway and Canada. The level of internationality has reached a new high with 119 countries in total being represented. You have good participation from countries like Singapore, China, Nigeria, Guyana and Brazil both as trade visitors and exhibitors.
Companies that exhibit at Offshore Europe include POWER ELECTRONICS, BOHLER and HELIPERS CONTROL. Breaking down the visitors, we see that half of all visitors have direct control over purchases or a solid influence over procurement decisions.
Additional Value of Attending
In terms of main attractions, the biggest ticket is always the Offshore Europe conference, which has no equal anywhere in the world. A quick look at the volume of technical papers introduced in its duration is proof enough. World renowned scientists, researchers, and experts gather under one roof to dissect the state of the energy market and present future alternatives.
Energy transition dominates the conversation and the best place you can discover everything you need in terms of research, announcements, and investment opportunities is at the Energy Transition Zone. This zone is open only to operators, service, and technology companies preparing the oil and gas sector for a lower-carbon future. You can find the zone on the exhibition floor. There’s also the Energy Transition Theatre in Hall 3. A stellar lineup of speakers informs you in detail about cutting-edge insights, thought leadership strategies and vital technologies over the course of three days.
Of course, there are many other events available such as the Future Opportunities Theatre, Future Talent Hub, Hydrogen Hub, TIDE Programme, Offshore Wind Theatre, Innovative Technology Zone and the Offshore Europe Towards Net Zero Exhibitor Trail.
Offshore Europe 2023
05.09.2023 - 08.09.2023
50th Anniversary Edition
+/- 30 000
Offshore Europe 2021
07.09.2021 - 10.09.2021
Edition was held digital to prevent the fast spread of COVID 19
Offshore Europe 2019
03.09.2019 - 06.09.2019
OFFSHORE EUROPE 2017
05.09.2017 - 08.09.2017
How to get to Offshore Europe
Aberdeen International Airport – 35 mins via International Avenue
Dyce Station – 40 mins via Wellheads Dr
Aberdeen International Airport – 5 mins via Dyce Dr
Dyce Station – 10 mins via Wellheads Dr
By Public Transport
Aberdeen International Airport – 10 mins via transport 727
Dyce Station – 35 mins via X27 transport