Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre discussed offshore wind with Tom Fidjeland, CEO of GCE NODE at ONS 2022.

Interest for ONS, the international energy conference and expo in Stavanger, has never been greater.

“ONS is still seven months out. Yet, we have sold 75 per cent of our stand capacity. That has never happened before,” says Ann Marchioro, Project Manager at GCE NODE and long-time organizer of the GCE NODE joint stand at ONS.

“We are down to four available places. If you want to be part of the Agder stand you will need to act quickly,” says Marchioro.

The 2024 edition of ONS marks the 50th anniversary. Traditionally focused on the oil and gas market, ONS is now home to a much broader energy sector.

GCE NODE will host a joint pavilion at ONS with room for 16 cluster companies. Participation at the pavilion provides companies with high visibility and the opportunity to exhibit at one of the industry’s largest global events at reduced cost and using fewer resources when compared with organizing their own stand.

In 2022, ONS gathered 61,000 visitors from 94 countries and more than 1,000 exhibitors from 82 countries.