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The 37th Motorship Propulsion & Emissions Conference, the most informative and longest established two day technical conference for the global shipping industry, will return to Hamburg, Germany on the 4-5 March 2015.
Occurring once every two years in a major European city, EWEA OFFSHORE is Europe’s largest offshore wind energy conference and exhibition.
Europe's largest Green Ship Technology gathering Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel Copenhagen, denmark
In reaction to market demand, the international exhibition activities of Europort have been extended to cover other important maritime regions, amongst others Turkey.
Interspill 2015 will be held at Amsterdam RAI Convention Centre, the Netherlands, on 24-26 March 2015, co-organised by Reed Exhibitions and Interspill Ltd. and hosted by the Spill Response Group Holland (SRGH). Interspill Ltd. is controlled by the European spill industry associations, NOSCA, SYCOPOL, Eurospill and UKSpill Association, together with EMSA and IPIECA and Oil Spill Response.
At the heart of Ocean Business is an exhibition of over 300 companies, bringing together the world’s leading manufacturers and services providers.
2015 will see the UK’s largest renewable energy event move to a new home in Glasgow.
Tugnology '15 will take place in London again on 19th and 20th May 2015 at the Lancaster Hotel, just off Hyde Park. After four hugely-successful Tugnology events, in Southampton in 2007 (183 delagates), Amsterdam in 2009 (274 delegates), Antwerp in 2011 (318 delegates), London in 2013 (324 delegates), we feel justifiably proud of our two-day, ‘no frills’ conferences dealing solely with tugs.
Nor-Shipping is the leading maritime event week. Its top-quality exhibition, high-level conferences and prime networking opportunities attract the international maritime industry to Oslo every other year.