OEEC: Highlights of day 2 (Video)

One of the fastest growing industry meetings, Offshore Energy Conference and Exhibition (OEEC), that took place at Amsterdam RAI has ended.

The video shows an action-packed second day of the event.

The second day featured two talk shows at the Community Square themed “From bust to boom” and “Future-proof your business” along with several technical session and master classes.

Especially interesting was the “Offshore Renewables” technical session which came to a conclusion that the offshore renewable industry will be a valuable ingredient in the future energy mix.

Furthermore the 4th International OTEC Symposium and Marine Energy Event, organized in cooperation with the Dutch Energy from Water Association (EWA), took the central stage on the second day of OEEC.

The Marine Energy Event saw the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Dutch Marine Energy Centre (DMEC), Dutch Energy from Water Association (EWA) and the Ocean Energy Association Japan which will deepen the cooperation in marine energy technologies development.

The 9th Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference focused on the complete offshore energy industry, from oil & gas to wind and marine energy.

The next year’s event will take place on October 10 & 11, 2017 at Amsterdam RAI.

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