Petrofac returns for the 2021 Energy Exports Conference as key strategic partner

Petrofac returns for the 2021 Energy Exports Conference as key strategic partner

20 Apr 2021

The leading international service provider joins the event as Platinum Sponsor to support exports across all energy sectors.

The Energy Exports Conference (EEC) 2021 will be joined by Petrofac as its leading sponsor, helping attendees to identify global energy opportunities and meet key decision-makers at leading operators, developers, and contractors on-screen from 14 to 17 June.

Petrofac, the leading international service provider to the energy industry, returns after its role as Platinum Sponsor at EEC 2020 in what was the first fully digital version of the exhibition and conference.

John Pearson, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Corporate Development Officer at Petrofac, said: “For decades the UK supply chain has been setting standards across the global energy stage.

“As efforts to decarbonise oil and gas operations, and adopt new, low carbon technology ramp up, the transition provides an entirely new growth horizon and export opportunity.

“Industry bodies like the EIC and its Energy Exports Conference are doing a fantastic job of making these opportunities visible, introducing the supply chain to new clients and their projects.”

Key themes at the event will include:

  • Clean tech global opportunities (embracing the Energy Transition), covering offshore and onshore wind, solar, hydrogen, repowering, energy from waste, biofuels and geothermal opportunities
  • International market opportunities and delegations, covering all energy streams, decarbonisation, nuclear new build and SMR, oil & gas, petrochemicals and CCUS
  • Decommissioning opportunities covering oil & gas and nuclear global projects.

The event, now in its third year, is an energy export-focused initiative led by the Energy Industries Council (EIC) and its organising partners Aberdeen City Council, Decom North Sea, Department for International Trade (DIT), Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), OGUK, Oil & Gas Authority (OGA), Opportunity North East (ONE), Scottish Development International (SDI), Scottish Enterprise (SE) and UK Export Finance (UKEF) and supported by platinum sponsor Petrofac.

John Pearson continued: “In our business, our export potential lies in our people, their skills and the services they deliver. The global relevance of the expertise we have built in the UK, from FEED through to decommissioning, is well demonstrated in the projects we’ve been awarded recently in other mature, highly regulated basins like Australia.

“As a collective, to realise the UK’s export potential in sunrise industries like CCUS, hydrogen and waste to energy, we must work together to develop a globally competitive proposition and anchor key capability to the UK – EEC 2021 also provides a key forum to engage in these discussions, and collaborate on a way forward. Petrofac is very pleased to play its part.”

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