Interspill Limited is delighted to announce that it has partnered with iCONEX Global to organise Interspill 2022 at RAI Amsterdam on 21-23 June 2022.
Interspill was initially scheduled to be held in Amsterdam in 2021. However, following discussions among the
tri-ennial conference series organisers, it was agreed that the normal schedule should be moved by one year in light of the uncertainities across the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the new event dates and venue finalised, Interspill, the most important Oil Spill Exhibition and Conference for the European region, is now confirmed. The Management and Conference Committees are meeting regularly and are beginning to plan the finer details of the event.
The official event website is currently being updated, however, until then all the latest news and information about Interspill can be viewed at Interspill.org.
Rob James, Chairman, Interspill Ltd commented: “After dealing with the turbulence caused by the COVID 19 pandemic it is great to look forward to Interspill 2022 in Amsterdam. This will be the first face-to-face major oil spill event for the oil and gas industry to be held and we are aware of our responsibility to provide a COVID secure environment and will ensure that this event will be seen as a benchmark for the industry in that regard.
We are delighted to contract with iCONEX for this and the following two editions of Interspill. This event will have a significant role shaping the approach to spill response in the energy transition, the emerging challenges of this and will include marine litter and managing the impact shipping has on our marine environment.”
Rajeev Bansal, Group CEO, iCONEX Global, commented: “The opportunity for iCONEX to build its portfolio of globally significant events with the contract to organise and manage Interspill is a key opportunity. The event is well established and although COVID-19 has had an impact, Interspill is all set to return with an enthusiatic new team to create an exclusive technical event that will bring the Oil & Gas fraternity together.”