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PROSPEX 2020 Goes Virtual

Enjoy keynotes from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate, Westwood Global Energy and the event partner, Oil & Gas Authority; as well as presentations from companies with exciting prospects and investment opportunities at 2020 PROSPEX Online.
This article appeared in Vol. 17, No. 5 - 2020

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PROSPEX 2020 Goes Virtual

UK offshore & onshore licencing system grid. Image courtesy of the OGA. Join the Petroleum Society of Great Britain (PESGB) for #PROSPEX2020 – delivered as a fully virtual event! Enjoy keynotes from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate, Westwood Global Energy and the event partner, Oil & Gas Authority; as well as presentations from companies with exciting prospects and investment opportunities across the two-day conference. You will also hear from leading experts as they consider how the future may look for the industry in the aftermath of this turbulent year. 

This first-ever virtual PROSPEX will deliver a much more diverse event and promote a broader set of investment opportunities to a worldwide audience for the first time. You can immerse yourself on the dedicated PROSPEX event platform and connect with the event sponsors, exhibitors and fellow attendees through open discussion boards, ‘chat’ dialogue and private messaging. There will also be a virtual exhibition to help facilitate those all-important business negotiations and lots of additional networking opportunities to get involved with!

Registration Rates: PESGB Members: £145.00 + VAT; Non-Members: £190.00 + VAT. Find out more about PROSPEX 2020, including exhibitor and sponsor opportunities, and book your place at the PROSPEX website.

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