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|Monday 29 August:||09.30 – 17.30|
|Tuesday 30 August:||09.30 – 17.30|
|Wednesday 31 August:||09.30 – 17.30|
|Thursday 1 September:||09.30 – 15.00|
|Monday 29 August:||17.00 – midnight|
|Tuesday 30 August:||17.00 – midnight|
|Wednesday 31 August:||17.00 – midnight|
Exhibition and Conference
Gunnar Warebergsgate 13
Haakon VIIsgate no 8,
Offshore Northern Seas Foundation
P O Box 188
NO – 4001 Stavanger, Norway
A good night’s sleep is essential if you’ve got busy days at ONS ahead.
ONS reserves a number of hotel rooms that our guests can book through us. These are offered when you buy tickets for the exhibiton or the conference here at the website. (On a first come-first served basis, until we are sold out).
You may contact the hotels if you wish to make a reservation directly through them.
Exhibitors receive separate information about accommodation and can book hotel rooms when logged on to Exhibitor’s Space.
Practical information for exhibitors:
HSE, rigging times, stand application etc.
+47 51 59 81 60
Shuttle buses, local bus routes and taxis take you to and from the ONS venue
Shuttle buses – free of charge
Shuttle buses run between the hotels and the ONS venue frequently.
Timetable to be postet August 2022
Local bus routes – travel for free
Many of the green “Kolumbus” buses in Stavanger go past the ONS Venue and stopps at ONS+ in Stavanger harbour.
You can travel for free just by showing your ONS badge.
The Stavanger region is Norway’s third largest conurbation with a population of about 470 000 inhabitants. The city itself has a population of 132 000.
The Greater Stavanger region hosts a versatile and dynamic business community known for its innovation and high levels of wealth generation. An international focus combined with active business networking all contribute towards the region’s economic growth and future prosperity.
During the 1960s, exploration drilling for oil in the North Sea changed Stavanger dramatically. The city is located close to the North Sea and its excellent harbour, combined with airline connections, made it well-placed to take advantage of the increase in activity.
Following the rise during the mid 1970s of oil and gas exploration and production as Stavanger’s most important industrial sector, the business and cultural climate altered considerably.
Equinor is the largest oil company in the Stavanger region and has its corporate headquarters located in Forus, a suburb lying between the neighbouring cities of Sandnes and Stavanger
Stavanger is well known for its large oil and gas sector, as well as a hub for many energy companies.
The Stavanger region has for years been Norway’s most successful economic region. Business enterprises are characterised not only by rapid growth but also by their greater profitability.
Stavanger’s success in the competitive global market place is perhaps its most distinguishing attribute. The business community has a well-honed sensitivity to global economic fluctuations and has proven to be highly adaptable.
BMW Art cars on the Pulpit Rock – ONS 2012
Pre-booked corona test incl. partial payment NOK 1250,-
When booking in advance, the customer pays a non-refundable partial payment of NOK 250,-. The customer pays the remaining cost when the test is taken.
For those who have not pre-booked the test, the cost of the test is NOK 1500,-
Traveling restrictions: These restrictions are under continuous revision and it is the customer’s strict responsibility to ensure that the selected test and time are according to your destination’s entering requirements.
NordicDx is located in Hall 2. Next to the main registration and Service office.
The ONS Foundation cares about human dignity. The purchase of sex is a form of sexualized violence in that it exploits other people’s vulnerability. It is thus a criminal act under Norwegian Law, punishable with fines and/or imprisonment. We appeal to all our guest to refrain from the purchase of sex.