ONS 2020One of the most important networking events in the energy sector
ONS (Offshore Northern Seas) is one of the most important networking events in the energy sector. Taking place every second year, the event attracts more than 60.000 professional visitors. Make yourself visible to one of the largest gatherings of operators in the world. ONS is the ideal arena to showcase your technologies and products, and to connect with old and new partners, suppliers, investors and clients. As such, there is great value in exhibiting at ONS, especially in terms of marketing.
What is unique to ONS?
At ONS you can meet high-level decision makers from the energy sector in a relaxed, yet professional business atmosphere; both on the fair grounds and on numerous networking events in Stavanger city center. The trade show offers German companies an excellent opportunity to strengthen their position in Norwegian, Scandinavian and international markets.
Showcase your position in the industry, make new connections and strengthen old ones!
„Made in Germany“ a well-known mark of quality
As one of the largest national pavilions, the German Pavilion is an institution at ONS. Under the worldwide recognized mark of quality "Made in Germany", we ensure a visually convincing and strong attendance of the German suppliers within the energy sector.
Focus on your customers
Our turn-key solution frees you from all administrative worries and enables you to focus on the most import thing: your clients and partners.
Pavilion at prime location
The German Pavilion will be located at the heart of the trade show in Hall C. Next to the Pavilion you will find important operators and suppliers within the energy sector, such as ExxonMobil, TechnipFMC, Lotos and Idemitsu, as well as the Digitalization Zone.
Invite your customers to the German pavilion lounge for a refreshment, use our meeting room for more confidential discussions and participate in our networking events in the evenings.
A true energy nation
Norway is home to one of the most extensive offshore energy clusters in the world, with every part of the value chain represented; from highly specialized engineering suppliers to leading international oil and gas operators, to cutting-edge research and development. Environmental and climate considerations are an integral part of Norway’s energy policy. The petroleum production on the Norwegian Continental Shelf operates under very strict environmental regulative and has the lowest CO2-footprint worldwide. In the future Norway is committed to a decarbonization of the energy sector, for example also with the transition to renewable energy and usage of gas reservoirs for CCS.
Norway is a frontrunner when it comes to offshore energy technology. Norway is also known for its high willingness to adopt to new technologies. With strong economic links between Norway and Germany, the opportunities for cooperation are huge, especially in upcoming areas such as GreenTech, Digitalization and Offshore Wind.
Norway is one of the world’s major energy nations. The country is the third largest producer of natural gas in the world and nearly all the gas from the Norwegian shelf is exported, primarily to the EU. Most of the Norwegian companies along the value chain in the oil and gas business are operating worldwide and can thus be a valuable international partner for German suppliers.
Focus on R&D
R&D on energy and petroleum is one of the Norwegian government's priorities. The government's vision is to make Norway a global leader in developing green energy. The country already has the highest share of electricity produced from renewable sources in Europe, mainly thanks to the Norwegian hydropower system. Digitalization is another priority for R&D spending, as the energy sector seeks long-term efficiencies.