The Energy Industries Council provides a wide range of events to members and non-members.
Each of the EIC’s UK offices organise a series of quarterly events based on the regional interests of EIC members. Multiple presentations from operators and contractors are included in the speaker line up to give the supply chain a broad overview of requirements in the region or across a specific sector in the UK. Open to EIC members only with presentation copy given to attendees after each event.
In conjunction with DIT (the Department for International Trade), formerly UKTI (UK Trade & Investment), the EIC UK offices organise a programme of events designed to highlight global markets of interest to UK companies that run in line with the EIC Overseas Trade Delegation programme. Presentations from operators and contractors are usually included in the speaker line up with a chance to find out more about exporting into new markets.
The EIC exhibits around 10 overseas exhibitions every year, organising the UK pavilion at each event. As well as making the whole process easier and less stressful for companies, the promotional opportunities are first-rate.
These are events that are not run by the EIC and are listed here purely as an information service.
All of the EIC offices provide high quality corporate entertainment giving members the opportunity to entertain key clients in a neutral environment. Regular events include the EIC National Dinner, the Pembroke Supper, golf days and the Oil Barons Ball in Dubai.
Each of the EIC's overseas offices arrange a series of monthly events, each covering specific energy projects with a presentation from either an operator or contactor unveiling their requirements to the supply chain. Open to EIC members only with presentation copy given to attendees after each event.
The EIC organises around 10 overseas delegations each year. Each delegation provides an invaluable opportunity for companies to access markets and make vital contacts.
EIC Connect gives the leading international operators and contractors a unique platform to update suppliers on their upcoming opportunities from a series of presentations in the main exhibition hall. Their sessions are supplemented by One-2-One meetings where delegates will have the opportunity to put their products and services forward to the decision makers.
20 - 21 October 2020
The Energy Exports Conference (EEC) returns to Aberdeen in October 2020 to introduce the best of British exporters to leading project operators and contractors around the world.
Whether you’re an experienced exporter, have just started or are yet to begin your exporting journey, EEC will highlight actionable project opportunities and identify key markets to target.
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