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Subsea Expo 2020

11 - 13 February 2020

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About the event

Subsea Expo, organised by Subsea UK, is the world’s largest annual subsea exhibition and conference, held 11-13 February 2020 at P&J Live in Aberdeen, and also includes the industry’s prestigious awards ceremony, the Subsea UK Awards.

This free-to-attend exhibition, which will see 170+ exhibitors and 6,500+ visitors, is a quality-focused event showcasing the capabilities, innovations and cutting-edge technologies of the underwater sectors.

The three-day conference attracts a range of experts to discuss challenges, new and transformational technologies, clean energy and the future of digitalisation, among other topics. 

The Subsea UK Awards dinner is an opportunity to join colleagues and peers in celebrating the accomplishments of the industry’s standout individuals and companies and is held on 12 February at P&J Live in Aberdeen.


To find out more about the event, visit the official Subsea Expo website.* 


Subsea Expo 2020


*Please note, event registration is required for entrance


The Department for International Trade (DIT) will have a pavilion featuring its famous ‘Export Hub’ (stands 10 & 11), where companies can have 1-2-1 meetings with DIT commercial officers from across the globe, including Azerbaijan, Brazil, Guyana, Kuwait, Mauritania, Mexico, Mozambique, Nigeria and Senegal.


DIT representatives will also be in attendance to discuss export opportunities in CCUS, Hydrogen and Offshore Wind, and UK Export Finance will be present to discuss project financing.

In conjunction with our partners, SDI, we will be hosting a special business breakfast focussing on opportunities around the world. More details to follow shortly.

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The subsea sector covers all industries that include fully submerged ocean equipment, operations or applications, especially when some distance offshore, in deep ocean waters, or on the seabed. The term is frequently used in connection with oceanography, marine or ocean engineering, ocean exploration, remotely operated vehicle (ROVs) autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), submarine communications or power cables, seafloor mineral mining, oil and gas, and offshore wind power.

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Contact us about this event

If you have any questions regarding DIT's activity at Subsea Expo 2020, please contact us on:

E: DITOilandGas@brayleino.co.uk

T: 0117 906 4574


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