Oslo Offshore Wind Day 2020

Wind energy

11 March 2020

Market: Norway

Location: Felix Konferansesenter, Bryggetorget 3, 0250 Oslo


For the 10th year in a row, Norwegian Energy Partners will be bringing international and Norwegian developers and suppliers together to discuss the status and future of offshore wind at Oslo Offshore Wind Day 2020, part of the Norwegian Offshore Energy Week.

The industry is booming. Global growth expectations are high and accelerating for offshore wind in general and for floating wind in particular. At the conference we will put emphasis on the task ahead and seek to answer the questions:

  • How will the industry be able to scale to meet growth expectations?
  • Which bottlenecks will affect the industry expansion and how should the industry act?
  • How can Norwegian oil & gas expertise support the expansion of the industry?

Join us to meet international peers and the Norwegian offshore engineering and maritime expertise. We are happy to invite you to meet key operators, suppliers, designers, engineering houses and financial institution.



Date/Time: Wednesday, 11th March 2020

Venue: Felix Conference Centre, Bryggetorget 3, 0250 Oslo







All participants of this event will have to sign a form to confirm that they have not visited high risk areas the last 14 days (mainland China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Iran, Singapore and selected regions of Italy ( Lombardy, Piedmont, Emilia-Romagna and Veneto). We also request you to not attend the event if you have a fever or other flu-like symptoms or have been in contact with a suspected case or anyone diagnosed with Covid-19.

Our actions:

  • There will be hand sanitisers at the event – please use these and make sure you follow all other health safety measures.
  • Both the staff and catering at the venue are well-prepared and alert with a high awareness-level of the situation.
  • We have decided to cancel the organised networking reception for all 3 days to prevent further risk.

We will closely follow the Covid-19 situation the next few days and if the Norwegian Institute of Public Health recommend not to arrange such events we need to postpone or cancel this event.

 With the above mentioned precautions, we believe the Norwegian Offshore Energy Week will be a memorable event for all participants and speakers.