Andrew recently attended the Offshore Europe Conference at the P&J Live in Aberdeen. The conference, celebrating its 50th anniversary, is described as a platform for collaboration, progress and results, designed by the industry for the industry.
Andrew used the time at the conference to meet with industry leaders and representatives from various businesses visiting from across the world.
The organisers of the conference hailed the event, the first face-to-face conference in four years, as a resounding success with more than 800 exhibitors attending and almost 30,000 attendees traveling to the Granite City.
Organisers boasted the largest ever programme of energy sustainability, security, and affordability topics. New technologies such as hydrogen, offshore wind, CCS and others that will deliver the low carbon energy production for the future played a more prominent role than ever before alongside a forward-looking oil and gas programme.
Speaking at the conference Andrew said: “It was great to end such a positive week in Aberdeen to see the huge contribution the North East has made towards the offshore industry over the years. Even more so to see how that expertise is now being put to use to help support our energy transition.
With so many people traveling to Aberdeen to take part in the conference it is absolutely clear that offshore industry still has a massive role to play in the both the North East and Scotland’s economy.”