The Energy Exports Conference (EEC), organised by the Energy Industries Council, (EIC) returns to Aberdeen for the second year in June 2020 and independent travel management company, Traveleads is delighted to announce it is this year’s official Travel Partner.
Traveleads, which last year opened an office in Aberdeen to support a growing energy client base, is the recommended travel company for travelling delegates attending the event at P&J Live in the summer.
With more than 1000 expected delegates attending from across the UK and around the world, Traveleads will provide the EIC team and visitors with dedicated travel management support.
Group Sales Director, Sally Cassidy said: “We are thrilled to partner with leading trade association EIC and are looking forward to building this relationship within the energy sector. Traveleads has been in business for 49 years and we bring a wealth of corporate business travel experience and expertise which EEC attending delegates are sure to benefit from.
“Now being based in the heart of the UK energy hub, this is a great opportunity for us to continue developing our business at a local level as well as cement our commitment to the North-East as it’s a fantastic place to be.”
EEC 2020 aims to bring together UK energy supply chain companies and global energy majors including Saudi Aramco and Bechtel to accelerate export growth into global markets. The event promises to deliver a packed agenda including, contractor updates and high-level ministerial meetings, in addition to insightful panel sessions on topics impacting the energy sector such as the energy transition, multi-sector decommissioning, LNG, the impact of Brexit and digital.
The conference will also convene inward delegations from Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Central America, South America and Australasia.
Commenting on the partnership, Charmaine Thompson, EIC Sales Executive said:
“When looking for a travel company to support the EEC, Traveleads’ experience in providing bespoke travel packages to some of the key players in the energy industry made them the obvious choice. With delegates attending from various global locations, we needed a travel partner that we could rely on.
“Their team of experts alongside their latest self-booking technology, offers seamless travel management which will be invaluable to our attendees. I’m delighted to welcome Traveleads to the EEC and look forward to working together to bring high-level representatives from some of the world’s biggest energy companies to Aberdeen in June.”
For more information on the event, visit www.exportsconference.energy
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