80th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2018
Opportunities presented by the energy transition
Accommodation and Travel
We have selected BDP as the official hotel booking office* for the the 80th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2018 in Copenhagen. BDP has negotiated special accommodation rates for attendees of the EAGE Annual 2018 with a wide variety of hotels across Copenhagen.
Check BDP's dedicated EAGE Annual 2018 hotel website to plan your trip to Copenhagen.
For group bookings of 10 rooms or more (per night), please contact BDP directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that the services of the hotel booking office are extra services and it is not obligatory to use them. The demand for hotels and short-term accommodation in Copenhagen is high. We recommend booking your accommodation well in advance in order to avoid disappointment.
EAGE has selected AIR FRANCE-KLM as our Official Carriers* for the EAGE Annual Conference and Exhibition 2018 in Copenhagen (June 11-14). Participants in the EAGE Annual 2018 will be able to book flights through AIR FRANCE and KLM at a discounted rate of up to 15% on a wide range of public fares, if they book using the event ID Code provided below. Once you have booked you will receive, alongside a general confirmation email, a proof of eligibility document for the EAGE Annual 2018 discounted rate, which you must be able to produce at any time throughout your journey.
Event: 80th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2018
ID Code: 32604AF
Valid Travel Period: 06/06/2018 to 19/06/2018
Event location: COPENHAGEN
Access booking directly here: http://globalmeetings.airfranceklm.com/Search/promoDefault.aspx?vendor=AFR&promocode=32604AF
*NOTE: AIR FRANCE-KLM and BDP are EAGE's only Official Carriers and only accommodation partner for the Annual 2018. In booking through either, you will be entering into a direct relationship with them. EAGE will not be party to that relationship and gives no guarantees nor accepts any liability as regards the suitability, quality, performance or any direct or indirect damages that may occur due to the use of such services.