OEUK Conference and Exhibition

May 24, 2022
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Date(s) - May 24, 2022
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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The Offshore Energies UK Conference and Exhibition is back for 2022 and will take place as a hybrid event!

Geopolitics and economic unpredictability have shot to the top of the agenda this year. In this context, offshore energy producers and their associated supply chain have a critical role to play in providing the UK with cleaner and more secure energies. The energy transition is well underway, but the challenge of getting the pace of change right is increasingly under the spotlight as governments and policy makers look to avoid creating a ‘cliff edge change’ which leaves a gap in energy supply and even higher prices.

Delivering a fair and managed transition, as outlined in the North Sea Transition Deal, will be essential for consumers and energy communities alike, ensuring the UK can retain secure supplies of energy as well as the investment and skills needed to deliver cleaner energies at pace.

Join this hybrid conference to reflect on the five commitments of the NSTD: Carbon Capture and Storage; Hydrogen; Supply Decarbonisation; Supply Chain Transformation; and People and Skills. Hear at first-hand about the innovative solutions UK companies are developing and learn more about the fast-changing policy landscape from experts in the field.

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Get in touch

AREG is the original energy transition organisation, working on behalf of members to empower the energy supply chain and champion its expertise. Please get in touch if you have any questions or would like to find out more about membership.

AREG has played an important role in the growth of Scotland’s renewable energy sector, engaging the supply chain and developing the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre. However, we are only at the very beginning of the transition that AREG was established to both lead and support so there are still opportunities for companies to get into the constantly evolving renewables supply chain. We look forward to continuing our work together as renewables builds on its place as Scotland’s main source of power, and as we seek to deliver real change in the crucial areas of heat and transport.

Scottish Renewables

Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce has worked closely with AREG since its formation. The recent progress in the developments of offshore wind projects by Equinor and Vattenfall are as a result of the work of the group over many years. The north-east is known as the oil and gas capital of Europe. At the Chamber, we believe the region must evolve its position to being recognised as the energy capital. Whilst hydrocarbons will continue to be essential in driving our economy for years to come, the generation of renewable resources will play an increasingly important role in providing cost-effective power, innovative development and economic growth.

Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce

The enthusiasm and dedication of the early group that would become AREG was fundamental in us choosing to launch All-Energy in Aberdeen. The first tiny show was held in 2001, and AREG’s Chairman at the time, Jeremy Cresswell, played such an active role that I often describe him in terms such as All-Energy’s ‘midwife’. All-Energy is now the UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference in terms of number of attendees, space booked, and number of exhibiting companies. As AREG became firmly established, their presence and support for the event grew spectacularly over the years. We thank them most sincerely for their invaluable input.


Vattenfall has forged a strong working relationship with AREG through the development of the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre. AREG has worked tirelessly on behalf of the North East and it can take enormous credit for the growth of sustainable energy in the region and the path it has cleared for the region to capture further investment.


Aberdeen City and Shire is emerging as a key location for renewables by successfully transferring its world-class oil and gas expertise into the sector and AREG has done much to advance this through a broad range of initiatives. It has acted as a catalyst in driving further investment in the local economy by engaging with companies, Government, public bodies and existing projects and we have been pleased to support their efforts. Scottish Enterprise will continue to engage with AREG as we increase Scotland’s use of renewable energy.

Scottish Enterprise