80th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2018

Opportunities presented by the energy transition

11 - 14 June
Copenhagen, Denmark
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80th EAGE Annual Conference and Exhibition 2018

Pierre Lanfranchi, Chair of the LAC Copenhagen, welcomes participants of the EAGE Annual 2018

    We have eight months until the event, and the various work groups of the Local Advisory Committee     are working hard to deliver a “Scandinavian flavour” to the  different components of the overall     programme.

    During the opening session, we shall address the role of the E&P industry in this energy transition     period driven by the 2015 Paris Agreement. As a country, Denmark has set ambitious goals in this     regard and I look forward to what is sure to be a stimulating debate with highly committed     speakers.

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Dates 11 - 14 June 2018 
Venue  Bella Center Copenhagen 
Location  Copenhagen, Denmark 
Expected Attendance  6,000+ 
Exhibition space  17,000 m² (gross)
Expected exhibitors  350 


EAGE Annual 2018

The EAGE Annual 2018, the 80th Conference & Exhibition is the largest and most comprehensive multi-disciplinary geoscience event in the world. The event includes a large conference - in total over 1,000 technical oral and poster presentations - and a technical exhibition presenting the latest developments in geophysics, geology and reservoir/petroleum engineering. More than 6,000 people from almost 100 different countries visit this event annually.

For more information about the conference, exhibition, workshops and more, please refer to our Second Announcement.


About Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the capital and largest city of Denmark, with an urban population of 1.2 million. Traditionally associated with the Vikings, Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid and Danish Design, Copenhagen ranks first among European cities in quality of life. With its rich history full of historical buildings and ancient streets, its outstanding museums and galleries, the uniquely enchanting Tivoli Gardens and a resident monarchy that is the oldest in the world, the Danish capital has a host of attractions to suit all tastes and it is well worth spending a few extra days.