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energWE – Energy Communication Conference

Conference for aiding better communication in the Norwegian oil sector. 

All businesses in the oil industry, no matter what size, are in need of good communication. This may be internal communication to its own employees or external to existing and potential customers , partners, potential employees , governments and the public in general.

Many of us face relatively similar communications challenges and opportunities on a daily basis. Until now there has not been any industry-specific forums where you can learn, discuss and be inspired by all the good communication that is taking place in the Norwegian oil industry. The Energy Communication Conference want to change this.

The conference will include skilled lecturers with extensive experience in the oil industry, sharing their experiences. The traditional lectures are combined with workshops concerning topics such as Preparing for ONS 2014, as well as Communication in crisis management . Delegates are invited to share experiences, both in formal surroundings during the day and more casual setting at the dinner in the evening.

 

To see the full program, click here.

 

For more information and how to sign up, please go to the EnerWE website here (information in Norwegian).

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