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Drilling down into
unconventional solutions

Countdown to Unconventional Gas Aberdeen 2014 - 25 & 26 March 2014 =

Location

 

Venue

 

Unconventional Gas Aberdeen 2014 will be taking place at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC). The AECC offers a world-class facility with plenary capacity for 2000 delegates, 7300m2 of purpose-built exhibition space, a 440 seat auditorium, two 565m2 multi purpose suites, a state of the art conference room for 240 and 20 breakout rooms. The Centre plays host to international congresses, trade and public exhibitions, rock and pop concerts, live sporting events, award dinners, corporate dinner dances and small meetings.

 

Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre

Bridge of Don

Aberdeen

AB23 8BL

Scotland

UK

 

Accommodation

 

Unconventional Gas 2014 has secured preferential rates at the two hotels situated next to the AECC as follows:

 

Holiday Inn Aberdeen Exhibition Centre
£129.00 per night,  Bed and Breakfast
Wifi included
Contact Ross Andrews
01224 706878
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Holiday Inn Express Aberdeen Exhibition Centre
£109 per night, Bed and continental breakfast with hot options 
Wifi Included
Contact Donna Sneddon
01224 227255
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When booking a room, please quote “Unconventional Gas” to access the rate.

 

Travel

 

Aberdeen enjoys excellent road, rail, and air transport links. Flight connections are available to most London airports, most other UK airports and Northern Europe.

 

The Conference Organisers have agreed discounted rates with Virgin Airways for delegates attending his conference from London. For full details about this offer and to book your flight, please click here

 

The AECC is positioned immediately adjacent to the A90 trunk road and Aberdeen International Airport is only a fifteen-minute drive away.

 

Aberdeen city centre is within easy reach of AECC and an on-site park and ride bus service offers regular transport to and from the city centre every fifteen minutes during peak times.

 

For further details on travel to Aberdeen and the AECC please visit www.aecc.co.uk

 

About Aberdeen

 

Aberdeen is a truly cosmopolitan city that offers a great range of cultural activities, festivals and events in addition to the superb array of shopping, restaurants, bars and night life one would expect from Europe’s energy capital. Stately architecture and sparkling granite buildings, the legacy of a rich heritage and tradition, combine with contemporary structures, and plenty of green open spaces to create a city that people feel happy to walk around.

 

The region is a powerhouse of expertise and knowledge, generating numerous innovators and entrepreneurs, particularly in the oil and gas sector. The many small family businesses that have grown to become international operations are testament to this and the breadth of businesses headquartered in the region range from engineering to software development; oil drilling to renewable energy technologies; rich arable and cattle farming to nutrition and food sciences; and life sciences to the water of life, whisky.

 

With a worldwide reputation and great economic wealth from the success of the oil and gas industry, Aberdeen has the greatest concentration of subsea engineering and operational experience in the world. Energy companies based in Aberdeen are applying their existing expertise to diversify into new areas such as unconventional oil and gas, and renewable energy, spearheading the UK’s international drive to remain a world leader in the new energy future.

 

For further information on Aberdeen City and Shire please visit www.visitaberdeen.com or www.aberdeen-grampian.com