Welcome to One Ocean Conference 2023
18. April 2023, 09:00 - 17:00
Event registration is closed.
We're excited to announce that THE OCEAN changes name to One Ocean Conference.
The conference will be the main event for the ocean industries during the One Ocean Week in Bergen in April.
This year’s conference will focus on 3 missions:
- Green transition and new thinking in shipping
- Global renewable energy from the ocean
- Sustainable seafood proteins to meet global food demand
The Conference will bring together industry leaders, politicians, innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, researchers and students - to discover, connect, and collaborate on how we together can find solutions for a more sustainable use of ocean resources.
One Ocean Conference is an arena for new discoveries, connections and collaborations across ocean industries and academia for a sustainable use of the oceans, initiated by a broad range of partners.
Participation and Costs
Lunch will be served, please give notice on any dietary requirements when you register. Tickets are non-refundable. Your ticket is personal, but if you are not able to attend, we are happy to transfer it to one of your colleagues. Please notify us at email@example.com if you like to do a name change.
GCE Ocean Technology Events
Hywind Tampen Cruise
Experience the world's largest floating wind park, Hywind Tampen, up close on a unique boat trip.
Roundtrip Bergen - Sløvåg
Ocean Hour: Refleksjoner fra One Ocean Week – Hva nå?
Vi inviterer til en time om bord på Vision of the Fjords med refleksjoner fra One Ocean Week.
Vision of the Fjords, Bryggen i Bergen
Accelerating deep sea exploration
Join our seminar on how to accelerate the exploration of the deep sea environment and its minerals resources. The ongoing opening process and impact assessment for seabed minerals activity in Norway will be basis for the discussion.
VilVite Auditoriet, 2 etg., Thormøhlensgate 51, Bergen Norway
Visit the world's first open-source site for CO2 storage
During One Ocean Week in Bergen, Norway, we invite you to visit Northern Lights. This is the world’s first open-source CO2 transport and storage infrastructure in Øygarden, just outside Bergen city centre.