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ONS Technical Sessions

The ONS Technical Sessions is the leading arena for technologists to share information, highlight innovation and gain competitive advantage through new solutions. Be part of the largest gathering of R&D stakeholders in the industry and get access to the engineers that are shaping the future.

Technical Sessions 2020

The Technical Committee – a selection of the energy industry’s best and brightest – have used their aggregated experience to identify bottlenecks and unsolved challenges through, not only the entire value chain in the North Sea region, but also internationally.

The challenges the committee identified for ONS 2020 have been divided into five main categories outlined below. Each of the categories consist of specific challenges the committee has received solutions for.

ONS invites all innovative companies/individuals/organisations to submit their solutions to the committee.

The submitted material will be used to set up the Technical Sessions programme – and the companies behind the selected material will be invited to present their technology/solution at the Technical Sessions. In 2018, the Technical Sessions programme consisted of 185 speakers presenting from 5 stages in 25 sessions. ONS received applications from more than 300 companies and about 2200 delegates attended the sessions.

Why attend the Technical Sessions?
Delegates of Technical Sessions will learn about the challenges, how far the industry has come in solving them, thus enabling them to see if and where their own product or idea fits in – and meet the key market players at the same arena.

In addition, ONS wants to inspire the delegates so that they travel home with new knowledge they can use in their own companies. Technical Sessions is also a networking arena giving technologists the opportunity to connect, learn from each other and exchange experiences.

The portal is now closed

Speaker opportunities

If you are interested in presenting at the ONS Technical Sessions, here are some dates* to pay attention to:

30 October 2019: Challenges and topics are presented

15 November 2019: The application portal opens

3 February 2020: Deadline for applications – the portal is closed

May 2020: Program outline ready

*Please note that the estimated timeline may be subject to change. To receive notifications about these important dates, please sign up to the ONS Newsletter here.


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