13 – 15 March 2018
The International Offshore Cabling conference provides first-hand insight into planning, installing and monitoring offshore wind cable projects. Submarine cable capital costs account for around 10% a marine energy project’s total development cost and the conference will look at new advances and developments that can help protect these important assets.
More information: www.offshore-cabling.iqpc.de
14 - 16 March 2018
Perth Conventions Centre
Held annually, the Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition and Conference is Australia’s largest oil and gas exhibition, featuring over 200 exhibiting companies and 8,000 visitors from around the world. The event provides a platform to learn about the latest developments and innovations taking place in the industry. Visit Flowline Specialists on the Scotland pavilion which is managed by Scottish Development International.
More information: www.aogexpo.com.au
17 April 2018
Dusit Thani, Abu Dhabi
EIC Connect Oil, Gas & Beyond is expected to welcome around 400 attendees keen to learn about and discuss the short and long-term market opportunities in the Middle East. The one-day exhibition and conference is designed to bring together the leading operators, developers and equipment manufacturers from across the Middle East to discuss the opportunities and challenges in the energy sector.
More information: www.the-eic.com
19 April 2018
With a coastline stretching over 870 miles, Wales has great potential for generating renewable energy from the marine environment. The event brings together stakeholders from across the marine energy sector to share best practice and development opportunities. It also provides an opportunity to learn about the current status and future plans for marine energy in Wales.
More information: www.marineenergywales.co.uk
25 – 26 April 2018
Palais du Pharo, Marseille
This two-day conference is the world’s largest event dedicated to floating offshore wind. It is expected that Floating Offshore Wind Turbines 2018 will attract over 800 delegates from around the world keen to learn more about floating wind turbines and how this type of energy generation can become an important part of the energy mix.
More information: www.fowt-conferences.com
23 May 2018
A one-day conference that brings together around 400 key representatives from a wide range of companies involved in the late life and decommissioning industry. The conference will look at challenges being faced by operators as they plan decommissioning projects and what lessons can be learnt from other industries around the world.
More information: www.decomnorthsea.com
12 – 14 June 2018
La Cité de la Mer, Cherbourg
The International Conference on Ocean Energy is a global marine energy event focused on the industrial development of ocean energy. This three-day event is being organised by the team behind Seanergy, the leading European conference and exhibition for the marine renewable energy sector. The event aims to combine scientific content and business opportunities in order to stimulate collaboration between companies, researchers and development centres working in the marine energy industry.
More information: www.icoe2018normandy.eu
19 – 20 June 2018
Manchester Central, Manchester
Organised by Renewable UK, the country’s leading renewable energy trade association, Global Offshore Wind attracts over 2,500 visitors from around the world. With the electricity generating capacity of UK offshore installations expected to increase to 18GW by 2020, the event provides a platform for over 200 exhibiting companies to showcase their capabilities. More information: www.events.renewableuk.com
25 – 28 September 2018
Hamburg Messe, Hamburg
Stand B4 504
Covering the whole wind energy supply chain, Wind Energy Hamburg brings together the diverse range of businesses which operate in the wind energy industry. Held every two years, it attracts around 35,000 visitors across four days and features 1,400 exhibitors. This year, running in parallel with the event will be the WindEurope Conference, creating one of the wind industry’s largest networking events of 2018.
More information: www.windenergyhamburg.com
23 – 24 October 2018
Amsterdam RAI, Amsterdam
Stand 1.723 with Blue Offshore
Focussed on addressing the technical, operational and commercial challenges associated with the growth of the offshore energy sector in Europe, Offshore Energy is a major industry event. The two-day show attracts over 12,000 visitors from 100 countries and in 2018 is expected to feature around 600 exhibitors.
More information: www.offshore-energy.biz
12 – 15 November 2018
Stand CN35 & 36
The Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) is one of the world’s largest and most important energy exhibitions. Featuring around 2,100 exhibiting companies and attended by over 100,000 visitors, it provides an international platform for oil and gas businesses to showcase their products and services.
More information: www.adipec.com