The organisers of SPE Offshore Europe 2022 in agreement with Scottish government guidance on the coronavirus situation have postponed the event on 1-4 February 2022 at P&J Live, Aberdeen.
Portfolio Director – Energy & Marine at RX, co-organizer with the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) of SPE Offshore Europe, Jonathan Heastie gave reasons that the health and safety of exhibitors, attendees and staff that are expected to be present at the event is of great importance.
Heastie, in his statement, said that the conference and exhibition will be rescheduled to 5-8 September 2023 and Bookings for exhibition space for February 2022 will be guaranteed for September 2023.
“The health and safety of our exhibitors, attendees and staff is our priority. We were excited for the return of SPE Offshore Europe to Aberdeen in February 2022, but it is clear that given the current situation it would not be in the best interests of our community to go ahead.
"The decision is made with a heavy heart, and I am thankful for the wonderful support from exhibitors and all those who had been working so hard to make the show a success.
"The full conference and exhibition will be rescheduled to 5-8 September 2023.
“It is a complex process to postpone such a large event and we will be in touch directly with our exhibitors and stakeholders in the coming days.
"Bookings for exhibition space for February 2022 will be guaranteed for September 2023.”
Heastie said that the organisers will keep in touch with the exhibitors and stakeholders about the possibility of holding a smaller event later in 2022 if industry demand is sufficient
“We will have discussions with industry and our stakeholders about the possibility of holding an event focused on the energy transition in Aberdeen later in 2022.
"This would build on the extensive, high-quality content that we had lined up for February to support a fair energy transition.”
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