Navingo expands with North Sea Offshore

Navingo expands with North Sea Offshore

8 March 2018

Navingo has embraced another event, aside from Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference and Maritime & Offshore Career Event, dedicated to companies from the oil, gas and wind industry: North Sea offshore (NSO) which will take place on 7 June 2018 in Den Helder.

“A new step forward for our company which includes a good cooperation,” according to Annemieke den Otter, event manager at Navingo.

“We are dedicated to the developments and activities in the Northern Province of the Netherlands and with this event we are also returning to the birthplace of OEEC.”

The fourth edition of NSO will take place on June 7, which will mark the first time Navingo has organised this event, in Den Helder, the offshore and wind energy centre of the Netherlands.

The event, with 300 visitors, aims to attract international companies and professionals to Den Helder to network, exchange knowledge and to find out what the Northern Province of the Netherlands has to offer regarding marine, maritime and offshore energy. Decision makers and influencers from leading parties from the offshore industry will be present. During the lunch and networking drinks, participants will be able to network.

Program

During the morning program, interested parties can participate in company visits organised by various organisation from the region. After lunch, key players from the industry will share their knowledge during topical keynotes in the plenary afternoon program. The day will be concluded with networking drinks.

Are you interested in attending and would you like to find our more on the plenary program and the companies you will be able to meet? You can find everything on the website: www.northseaoffshore.com.

NSO is organised by the Port of Den Helder, Den Helder Airport, HSV and Development Agency NHN. Navingo B.V. produces the event.

Source: Navingo 


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