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SEP 2017

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Page 27 of 68 September 2017 / st 27 P reparations for the 10th Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference (OEEC) are well underway, and now is the time to join the largest European event covering the whole offshore en- ergy mix. The show will take place Oc- tober 9, 10 and 11 in Amsterdam, Neth- erlands. The oil and gas, offshore wind and marine energy sectors are all as- sembling at this event, which creates an ideal place to display products and services to an international audience. Based on its track record, OEEC expects to attract more than 12,000 offshore professionals representing around 100 nationalities and more than 650 key players from the offshore industry exhibit- ing at the show. Transformation through Collaboration This year's theme is "Transformation through collaboration," which will focus on the transformation happening both in oil and gas and in re- newables as a consequence of a lower-for-longer price envi- ronment. Both the lower price of oil and gas and the lower price per kWh for offshore wind power present challenges for the industry—albeit for very dif- ferent reasons—and are leading to in- tensified collaboration. Add to this the industry's efforts in making the energy transition happen and you have a very topical mix that will feature prominent- ly in the conference program, but can also be experienced on the exhibition floor where exhibitors will offer their own solutions for tomorrow's energy mix. Offshore Energy Conference Program The 2017 Offshore Energy conference program features the Industry Panel, Commu- nity Square, master classes, offshore WIND conference (October 9 to 10), Marine Energy Event (October 11), eight technical sessions and other side events. The technical sessions, covering subjects ranging from decommissioning to asset in- tegrity and from global business opportunities in explora- tion and production (E&P) to the rise of renewables, will be offered in breakfast- or lunch-session format, allowing for ample networking and knowledge-sharing opportuni- Offshore Energy 2017 ST Conference Preview

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