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European Offshore Energy set to make waves in 2016

Published:  08 December, 2015

The biennial exhibitions; European Offshore Energy & Plant and Asset Management (co-located alongside Drives & Controls, Air-Tech & Fluid Power & Systems Exhibitions) – are once again set to return to Birmingham’s NEC (Halls 3/3A) from 12-14th April 2016. ODEE reports.

European Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2016 will once again bring together under one roof, suppliers, manufacturers and service providers for the entire upstream offshore energy marketplace – exploration, production, design, maintenance, upgrade, procurement and energy generation.

European Offshore Energy is filling an important space in the European exhibition calendar, serving the whole upstream offshore energy market at a single event. European Offshore Energy has already attracted support from a number of leading organisations and has established itself as a must-attend biennial event – further bolstered by its already established and highly successful co-located exhibitions.

The inaugural outing of European Offshore Energy in 2014 was met with a highly positive response from exhibitors. Vic Clapshore, sales & marketing manager, Laser Cladding Technology Ltd., remarked: “It’s the first time we’ve been here…Tuesday was fantastic we had a lot of interest…overall it’s been a fantastic week for us and we’ve actually rebooked already.”

This was sentiment was echoed by Steve young, business development and outside sales, Deepwater Corrosion Services, who commented: “It’s gone well…there’s a wide variety of different organisations here and we’ve educated a lot of people about our products and spoken to alot of people who we believe will become clients in the future.”

European Offshore Energy Exhibition in 2016 will again bring the offshore energy market together under one roof; providing visitors with the ideal opportunity to learn about the industry's latest product innovations, solutions and services.

Running alongside European Offshore Energy Exhibition 2016 is the Plant & Asset Management Exhibition, the UK’s premier event for plant, asset, maintenance and works management engineers and directors. The show will once again open its doors to showcase the very latest in condition monitoring, computerised maintenance management, outsourcing/contract maintenance, energy efficiency, health & safety, handling and storage plus much more.

Industry spends huge sums on maintenance of its plant assets, and, because of constantly increasing business and financial pressures, there is an on-going need to achieve the maximum performance from those assets. The combination of the exhibition and concurrent seminars really is a one-stop shop for all engineering professionals to source solutions to these problems.


Running alongside both European Offshore Energy and Plant & Asset Management Exhibitions is a free seminar and conference programme. Over the three-day event, the Offshore Energy Seminar Theatre will cover a host of offshore energy issues together with product/ solution analysis, presented by leading authorities, policy makers and expert practitioners in order to help visitors meet the current challenges facing the industry.

While the Plant & Asset Management 2016 exhibition will also be a full programme of free technical seminars taking place within the Maintenance Seminar Theatre, with speakers from industry offering expert insight and real life practical advice on important and topical issues concerning today’s maintenance focused professionals.

New for 2016 - exhibition organiser, DFA Media has teamed up with The Industry Entrepreneurship Network to put on a series of panel discussions during the three-day exhibition. The Network provides an umbrella framework for a diverse group of organisations, businesses and media to come together and provide high quality outputs that bring together ideas, campaigns, initiatives and expertise for promoting and developing industry entrepreneurship and tackling important associated issues.

For regular seminar updates on European Offshore Energy 2016 and Plant & Asset Management Exhibitions please visit the official websites:

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