Hot on the heels of a virtual curtain-opener to COP26, SPE Offshore Europe 2022 will welcome the energy world to the P&J Live, Aberdeen from 1-4 February. The ‘live’ exhibition and conference is gearing up to put the action into interaction following the Glasgow Climate Pact.
To spur and support the energy transition, SPE Offshore Europe 2022 - Europe’s first major face-to-face energy event since 2019 - will host a hydrogen hub, energy transition theatre and zone, future opportunities theatre and future talent hub. Registration is now open for the event which includes three halls of exhibition space, conference and specialist theatre zones as well as a host of new features.
Jonathan Heastie, Portfolio Director – Energy & Marine at RX (Reed Exhibitions), co-organiser with the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), said: “The biggest difference that visitors will see at the February event is a lot more space dedicated to all aspects of the energy transition. This not only reflects the evolving nature of the industry but also feedback from visitors who wanted to learn and be part of the wider energy ecosystem. It’s why we’ve introduced a Towards Net Zero Trail to showcase and support organisations that are working towards a net zero future. An energy transition theatre, supported by the energy majors and with around 150 seats, will be located in the main arena providing four days of free knowledge and insight from industry experts who are leading the way.
“As always, the keynote conference content will be curated by SPE, and it will be presented over two days. The programme will build on the themes discussed at the virtual event in September but will also reflect the most critical issues from COP26. Again, we’ll welcome senior personnel from across the offshore energy industries, as well as sharing insight and learnings from academia, government and industry influencers for our plenary sessions.”