We are excited to share some highlights of confirmed exhibitors, both brand new companies for us at ONS, and some familiar faces with long and solid ONS history.
The feedback after a two-year pandemic is great and all are very excited to meet each other in Stavanger this August. We take pride in gathering the industry and decision-makers, both local, national and international.
Odfjell Oceanwind is a brand-new company, both in the industry and at ONS. However, their knowledge and technology are a combination of Odfjell Drilling and Oceanwind. They joined forces in 2020 to expand their offshore floating wind fleet. Odfjell Drilling, with their 50 years of experience in harsh ocean conditions. Oceanwind with their 20 years of experience in offshore wind. Together they operate and develop a fleet of floating mobile offshore wind units.
“Being a part of ONS is especially important for us. We want to share more about our business to relevant companies and connect with key industry players – ONS is the perfect place to do just that.” – Kenneth Fossøy, VP Business Development
This year is the first time Odfjell Oceanwind is represented as an exhibitor at ONS, and they will be in Hall 3.
Cognite was founded in 2016 and has quickly become a tech giant in the industry. They supply industrial software for oil and gas, power and utilities, renewable energy, manufacturing, and other asset-heavy industries. Their goal is to power a high-tech, sustainable, and profitable industrial future. With that said there is no better place for them than the main meeting place for innovation – ONS.
“To drive the global energy transition, industry needs data-driven technology. Our industry faces big challenges, and to solve them, we have to come together – operators, software companies, and others. ONS is a perfect arena to engage in these conversations.” – David White, Global Events Director
During ONS 2022, Cognite will be in Hall 8.
Oceaneering is a company with a long and trustworthy ONS history. They were an exhibitor at the first ever ONS in 1974. They had a stand in the middle of Messehallen as Oceaneering International.
With 50 years’ worth of experience, Oceaneering is a leading force in technology, subsea, maintenance and products for the offshore energy industry.
“We are excited to once again join ONS. We keep coming back because ONS provides a unique meeting place for the industry that benefits everyone.” – Erik Saestad, Vice President, Subsea Robotics Europe, Middle East & Africa
Oceaneering will this year be in Hall 7.
Northern Lights won the ONS Innovation Award in 2020. They are doing innovative work in CCS and will in 2024 take delivery of CO2 in the first ever cross-border, open-source CO2 transport and storage infrastructure network. In just two years Northern Lights have grown from a big project to an impactful company. This year they are coming back as an exhibitor for ONS 2022.
“In 2020 we got the opportunity to present our project and gather support from the industry at ONS. This year we are grateful to be back to share knowledge and experience from the last couple of years.” – Kim Bye Bruun, Communications and Government Relations Director
Northern Lights can be found in Hall 7 for this year’s conference.
Are you curious about who else is planning on coming to ONS this year? See the map of the halls, exhibitors and where there is a spot open for you!
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Whether you are an established exhibitor or a newcomer to ONS, this is the perfect opportunity for you to position yourself in front of the international energy industry. There is still time to book your stand and get the full impact of ONS 2022.