ONS 2016: The leading energy meeting place
Why is ONS considered one of the world’s most important energy meeting places? Key players of the industry gives you the answers!
Eldar Sætre, president and CEO, Statoil:
“As one of the biggest offshore trade fairs in the world, ONS is an important meeting place for the industry and Statoil. The combination of the exhibition and conference makes this an attractive venue to bring together key stakeholders at various levels for useful interaction in varied arenas. The ONS spirit is open and collaborative, which also makes this a great opportunity to showcase our industry to the public. And the festival and all the other associated activities give everyone the chance to get involved. I see the ‘ONS Young’ program as a key part of the whole event. Tomorrow’s leaders are young people today. It’s crucial for the entire energy industry to ensure that we continue to attract the brightest young minds, who can bring fresh approaches to tackling the challenges we face in bringing affordable and sustainable energy to a growing world population."
Ryan Lance, chairman and CEO of ConocoPhillips, will be one of the prominent speakers at the ONS 2016 opening ceremony. Image: ONS/Stuedal.
Ryan Lance, chairman and CEO, ConocoPhillips:
“ONS serves as a premier forum for energy ministry officials and senior oil and natural gas industry executives. Its discussions are stimulating and informative, and invariably focus on key issues of concerns. I always look forward to attending.”
Andy Samuel, CEO, Oil and Gas Authority, UK:
“I am very much looking forward to taking part in ONS 2016. It’s an important event which always brings the energy industry together in a focused manner; dealing with important topics, showcasing technology and providing a space to spark collaboration and investment.”
Remi Eriksen, group president and CEO, DNV GL Group:
“I attended ONS the first time in the 1990s and already then it was the world’s most important and dynamic meeting place for the O&G industry. However, much has happened in the energy industry the past decade and I am glad to see that ONS is in transition, too. Now, my hope is that ONS will be referred to as the world’s most important meeting place for the entire energy industry. I think we can all look forward to the excitement of connecting, sharing and developing new ideas across a broader spectrum of competencies and experience at ONS this year.”
Sir John Scarlett, former chief of the British Secret Intelligence Service (M16):
“ONS brings together an exceptional gathering of top level decision makers and global experts for the energy industry. It has become a key meeting place to discuss the challenges facing the industry and to identify the way ahead.”
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