During the Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) you can meet companies and find out more on the latest innovations on the exhibition floor, but you can also attend our extensive conference program.
With subjects ranging from LNG and Iran to marine energy and offshore wind, it caters to all tastes. So, what should you keep in mind when planning or attending conference sessions?
1. Research! Few things are more tiresome than attending a two-hour session when you have realized it that the topic is not what you had in mind. Check the conference outline and the speaker faculty carefully beforehand. When in doubt? Call the organizer to check before registering.
2. Arrive on time. It offers a nice opportunity to meet other delegates and to network, but it also means the session can start at the allocated time. Win-win!
3. Remain involved. Speakers will be doing their best, sharing the information they have and showcasing developments and/or products. A receptive audience and happy speaker make for a cracking conference session.
4. Ask questions. You have decided on a conference session for a reason. Make sure you leave with all the information you want!
5. Enjoy. Conference sessions can bring you new ideas, new information, new leads, new business and plenty more opportunities. Enjoy!
Interested in attending the conference sessions during OEEC 2016? Go to www.offshore-energy.biz and click on the conference tab.
Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) is an annual event focused on the complete offshore energy industry, from oil & gas to the wind and marine energy.
The two-day event, to be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 25 & 26 October includes an exhibition where an expected 650+ supply chain companies will showcase their products and services. Next to that, there is an accompanying conference that covers key topics and solutions for the offshore community.
Offshore Energy is the fastest growing gathering of offshore industry professionals. Founded in 2008, Offshore Energy has been breaking records year after year. The 2015 edition attracted 11,865 unique attendees representing 86 nationalities.