Billions of barrels of oil and gas have yet to be recovered from the North Sea and the related prospects this brings makes the UKCS – with its world-class supply chain – a very attractive province in which to do business.
It is these many opportunities – in investment, exploration, new technology and the exporting of our world-leading oilfield goods and services – that form the focus of the third annual conference organised by Oil & Gas UK.
Under the mantle The UK Oil and Gas Industry – Open for Business, the conference will highlight the range of potential openings plus the barriers to be overcome to enable these to be seized. Building on the success of last year’s conference which examined Maximising Economic Recovery from the UKCS, this year’s event has numerous plenary sessions from key figures in industry over the day and a half.
Special focus sessions will also centre on cost and efficiency; asset stewardship; exploration workforce engagement and skills; carbon capture and storage; late life and decommissioning; other regions and basins, technology transfers and supply chain innovation. Industry will be able to gain insights on co-operative working from other sectors. Discussion on the EU referendum will also play a part. Details of key speakers will be announced in the coming weeks.
More than 500 people attended conference last year – with leading figures from industry, government, the regulators, academic and other trade associations.
Given the challenging business environment and the climate of co-operating and learning from others to drive efficiency, this year’s event is expected to be a very big draw. Book your place – and secure an opportunity to network with industry’s biggest names – NOW.
For more information and to book please visit http://oilandgasindustryconference.co.uk/
Aberdeen Conference and Exhibition Centre