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Covid-19 Event Update
Offshore Europe 2022 has been cancelled because of the ongoing pandemic. Between the dates of 5.09.2023 and 8.09.2023, the event will be held in a face-to-face format. The organisers have decided to cancel the event since, given the current scenario, it is not in the best interests of the community. The decision has been endorsed by all exhibitors. The exhibiting companies have stated that they are looking forward to the 2023 live event at P&J Live in Aberdeen.
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 during the fiscal year. Educate yourself on the current market trends and close high-profile deals.
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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. Here is the data from last edition:
- 900+ international exhibitors showcased at the event;
- 36,000+ international trade visitors from 130 countries made the trip;
- 1000+ demonstrations organized during the event;
- 18 pavilions.
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 following among the upstream oil and gas industry, it became attractive to international companies and trade visitors, which then prompted the rebrand. The biennial event has now currently 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. The exhibition portion concerns itself with advancements in pipe systems, oil rigs, pipelines, pumps, cranes, drilling, anchors, hydraulic products, 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.
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. As we’ve mentioned, last edition included 18 national pavilions that belong to countries like the USA, Belgium, Germany, France, China, Holland, Norway and Canada. 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.
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