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All-Energy 2012: Call for Papers

  29/11/2011
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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Website: http://www.all-energy.co.uk
Supplier: Reed Exhibitions

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