Registration

Registration

The event runs on the platform that can facilitate unique live video interactions between participants, including automated one-on-one networking, multiple concurrent virtual roundtables for breakout group discussions, and a stage for live broadcasting to up to thousands of people.

Two types of tickets available. Choose the right ticket and follow the link here to register on the platform.

Note! It is important to pick the right ticket as the networking algorithm is based on your ticket type.

Operator Attendee Ticket

REGISTER HERE (FREE)

Operator Attendee ticket holder should be a representative of IOC, NOC, renewable energy or independent exploration & production company.

Attendee Ticket
REGISTER HERE (149 EUR)

Virtual Booth

The Expo area is the virtual exhibitor hall with vendor booths. It’s great for featuring a wide array of brands, products or services, just like a trade fair, job fair, or sponsor showcase.

Virtual Booth package gives your 3 complimentary delegate tickets.

1000 Euro










  • You have to create a Hopin profile (if you do not have one): add the job title and the company in the Headline field, your bio, website link, and LinkedIn profile
  • Be sure to use your BUSINESS EMAIL ADDRESS for registration.
  • Please use Chrome or Firefox as your browser to ensure optimal functionality

Contact me to book your virtual booth

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