All-Energy 2012: Call for Papers29/11/2011
|The twelfth All-Energy Exhibition and Conference is to be held from 23rd to 24th May 2012 in Aberdeen, UK. New features are ‘Offshore Maintenance - where offshore wind meets oil and gas' and sector-specific trails. All-Energy features a multi-stream, free-to-attend conference. The Call for Papers for the conference is now open with abstracts of up to 300 words invited. The submission deadline is 22nd December 2011.|
Full information about the submission of papers is available on the website. Poster sites will be available for academics.
Space for the twelfth show - set to fill three joined halls to meet increased demand - is selling fast, with over 60% already reserved by exhibitors from home and overseas.
Reflecting the operation and maintenance business opportunities that are available throughout a typical 26-year wind farm cycle, All-Energy 2012 sees the launch of ‘Offshore Maintenance - where offshore wind meets oil and gas', a special area within the exhibition that will be fully supported in the conference.
The All-Energy website indicates the exhibitor profile for this new section of the exhibition under headings such as: transport and infrastructure; control and monitoring; safety; testing equipment and spare parts; corrosion protection; and decommissioning - going into greater detail under each heading. The exhibition floor seminar area, around which the stands will be located, and the main conference will both feature offshore maintenance strongly.
All-Energy 2012 also sees the introduction of ten sector-specific trails around the show to help visitors pre-plan their route; and new feature areas on the show floor devoted to investment, smart energy (energy efficiency and energy management - relevant to organisations of all sizes), and low-carbon vehicles.
All-Energy 2011 attracted close on 8,000 attendees from over 50 countries; 580 exhibiting companies from 20 countries; and some 280 speakers in the conference. The exhibition, conference and Giant Networking Evening (the latter is being held on 23rd May) are all free to attend for all with a business/professional interest in renewable and sustainable energy. All-Energy is actively supported by more than 30 government departments, development agencies, trade associations and professional bodies.
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