Sustainability, clean energy and renewables will all be highlighted at our conference arenas and the ONS Exhibition – including the ONS Conference, Centre Court, Technical Sessions, Renewable Markets and Clean Energy Park.
Following the collapse in 2014, the oil and gas industry faced a new market reality. Crude prices took a spiralling downturn overnight, and companies had to focus on cost cutting and efficiency in both execution and operation. This has affected the entire value chain of the industry – and service companies in particular, have taken a massive hit.
At ONS 2018 we welcome the next generation of oil and gas professionals – and invite apprentices to participate at Future Students’ Days at ONS Young. Apprentices will also get free access to visit the ONS Exhibition all four days, with presentations at Centre Court and Technical Sessions included.
We live in a time with major societal, technological and political trends reshaping the global energy industry. At the same time oil prices are on the rise again, cash flows are optimistic, and companies are turning profits for the first time since the collapse.
Geopolitics is considered one of the top risks facing oil and gas companies today. When companies are unable to react to rapid, unexpected geopolitical change, the impacts on corporate and capital project performances can potentially be significant.
The IOR prize is given to a production licence, company, project or individual expected to create added value on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) through groundbreaking work related to improved oil recovery.