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$500bn in new project opportunities at Virtual Energy Exports Conference

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MORE than US$500bn worth of project opportunities will be presented by key major project decision-makers from around the globe at the Virtual Energy Exports Conference on Monday 28 September to Thursday 1 October (vEEC Week).

The event, designed to bring to UK businesses much needed and lucrative new project opportunities from around the world, covering oil & gas and renewable sectors, will feature government and industry delegations from 20 countries including Brazil, the UAE, India, Oman, Malaysia, Canada, and Vietnam.

Over 100 speakers will take part in 50+ webinars over the four days, in what is the first large-scale virtual conference, exhibition and networking event hosted by the Energy Industries Council (EIC) and its partners.

Global operators Total, ADNOC and Petrobras are just a few of the majors confirmed to attend, with panel sessions, operator/contractor updates, dynamic Q&As, international delegations, keynote plenaries, and growing exports and trade sessions forming the bulk of the exciting agenda.

With an expected audience of 3,000+ delegates, attendees can watch and participate in the webinars for free during the week, with an upgraded ticket option allowing participants to book one-to-one appointments with project decision-makers to connect suppliers with buyers.

Organised in partnership with Aberdeen City Council, Department for International Trade, Oil & Gas Authority, OGUK, Opportunity North East, Scottish Development International, Scottish Enterprise, and UK Export Finance, the EIC’s flagship event is now in its second year after a successful inaugural event in Aberdeen last year.

Stuart Broadley, EIC chief executive officer, said: “In these unprecedented market conditions, the UK energy industry has collaborated once again to bring some of the world’s most exciting project opportunities directly to British suppliers, and we hope to make a real difference in helping experienced and new exporters to see faster overseas growth.”


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