OEUK is delighted to welcome the following partners who will each champion and develop a session at the conference:
Launched on 29th March 2001, the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) is a not-for-profit trade body representing the energy sector and its supply chain in the East of England.
With over 200 member businesses ranging from large developers spanning multiple countries through to local supply chain businesses employing just a few people, our goal is to represent the entirety of the region’s energy sector across Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire, no matter how large or how small.
Global Underwater Hub is the leading trade and industry development body for the UK’s underwater sectors. We represent the diverse range of businesses operating in the UK’s £8 billion underwater industry. We provide companies, partners and government with strategic, commercially-driven market intelligence, access to expertise, contacts and specialist support to accelerate growth and build value in the UK’s underwater sectors which include offshore energy, aquaculture, defence, telecoms and subsea mining.
The International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP) is the global voice of our industry, pioneering excellence in safe, efficient and sustainable energy supply – an enabling partner for a low carbon future. Its members operate around the globe, producing over 40% of the world’s oil and gas. Together, they identify and share knowledge and good practices to improve the industry in areas such as health, safety, the environment and efficiency.
The National Decommissioning Centre (NDC) is a £38m partnership between the University of Aberdeen, Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) and industry, part of the Aberdeen City Region Deal.
Combining industry expertise with academic excellence, the NDC is working in partnership with the energy sector to lead in Research and Development that will support the sector to achieve cost reductions, extend field and asset life, and transform approaches to deliver sustainable net zero decommissioning.
The NDC builds on the world-leading R&D capability at the University of Aberdeen in areas such as decommissioning technologies, predictive modelling, environmental assessment and the economics and regulatory aspects of decommissioning.
Linking industry demand and expertise with academic capability and skills helps create competitive advantage, not only for the oil and gas industry, but for decommissioning challenges in the wider energy sector, for example, in offshore renewables.
The NDC collaborates with R&D institutions and innovation centres across the country active in late life asset management and decommissioning, and partners with fishing, marine, safety and environment organisations in the UK and internationally.
The Net Zero technology Centre’s role is to develop and deploy technology for an affordable net zero energy industry. Co-investing with industry and working in partnership with the public and private sectors, we are funding R&D, driving investment, building a clean energy eco-system, and influencing policy to accelerate the transition and close the gap on net zero technologies.
We are working cross-sector and internationally to tackle the most complex and most critical technology challenges; commercialising game-changing innovations, helping developers secure field trials, and accelerating those tech start-ups with the most promising clean energy solutions.
Already supporting the oil and gas industry to diversify, decarbonise and digitise, we are well on our way to developing the next generation of technology solutions – solutions that address real-world challenges across a range of sectors from renewables to manufacturing all to accelerate our integrated energy future.
The NSTA regulates and influences the oil, gas and carbon storage industries. We help drive North Sea energy transition, realising the significant potential of the UK Continental Shelf as a critical energy and carbon abatement resource. We hold industry to account on halving upstream emissions by 2030. We work with government, industry and other regulators to accelerate the move to net zero while meeting the UK’s energy demand and security. We perform an effective net zero test and will not approve developments unless they pass it. We aim to be a value creator in everything we do, encouraging and enabling economic benefit and job creation across the UK. We drive greater efficiency through inclusive leadership, data, analysis, stewardship and the use of our powers.
OEUK is the leading representative body for the UK offshore energy industries. It is a not-for-profit organisation with a pedigree stretching back almost half a century.
Working together, producing cleaner energies. We represent an integrating offshore energy industry which safely provides cleaner fuel, power and products to everyone in the UK.
Working together with our members, we are a driving force supporting the UK to meet its net zero ambitions. Our innovative companies, people and communities add value to the UK economy.