A record number of more than 20,000 attendees experienced keynotes, morning talks, lunch battles, sessions and seminars.
– ONS has firmly established itself as a one of the most important international conference arenas for energy related topics. The increase in attendance demonstrates the relevance of the topics covered throughout the four days, says ONS Programme Director, Ingvild Meland.
The conference programme has been more extensive as ever with 620 speakers, compared to 88 speakers in 2010. The programme reached broader audiences with a good mix of industry executives, technical experts, analysts, researchers and environmental advocates.
From the conference stages to breakout sessions, delegates had a multitude of opportunities to learn from industry leaders, connect with people from all areas within the energy sector and the future of energy.
Popular side events
This year we offered more side events than previous years. The side events consist of in-depth workshops, seminars, breakfast meetings and luncheons from which visitors could customize their own experience. These events proved to be very popular with high participation
– Our aim is to be a venue that offers broad perspectives on policies, science, technologies and solutions to meet the new energy future. The side events
Equinor’s Supply Chain Seminar and PLC’s seminar on diversity were both fully booked. We also saw great great interest in Renewable Markets and both Statkraft’s breakfast seminar and Norwep’s seminar on offshore wind were fully booked.