An extraordinary week in Bergen
Are you interested in learning about the exciting world of ocean industries and how we can build a sustainable future while leveraging the vast resources of the ocean? Then you won't want to miss the upcoming One Ocean Week in Bergen, Norway 15-21 April.
The week offers a unique perspective on how we can work together to ensure the responsible and sustainable use of ocean resources. From site-visits and panel discussions to networking and workshops, there's something for everyone.
Here is a taste of our events - register now as tickets are limited:
- Starting on April 17th, One Ocean Week kicks off with a visit to Northern Lights, the world's first open-source CO2 transport and storage infrastructure located just outside Bergen city center. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about how we can capture and store CO2 to reduce our carbon footprint. Read more and register for tour
- On April 18th, the One Ocean Conference takes center stage. This conference will explore topics such as green shipping, renewable energy, and sustainable seafood. Key players from the ocean industries will be present, offering their insights and ideas on how we can work together to create a sustainable future. Read more and register
- On April 19th, you can attend a seminar about seabed minerals and how they could be the solution to critical minerals for the energy transition. This event features Nina Jensen, CEO of REV Ocean, and other research and industry experts who will discuss how we can work together to strengthen the knowledge base and succeed in this important area. Read more and register
- Ocean Hour: Reflections from One Ocean Week. What now? Read more and register
- Also on April 19th, we will discuss how Western Norway can lead the offshore wind race. Two new reports will be unveiled, and key players from the region will share their insights on how Western Norway can become a winner in this competition. Read more and register
- 400 passengers from all over the world join us as we depart from Bryggen in Bergen and embark on a Vision of the Fjords cruise to view the floating turbines at Wergeland Base in Sløvåg, before they are towed far offshore. This cruise is fully booked.
- There will also be a HAVlunsj event focused on plastic pollution. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about the impact of plastic pollution on our oceans and what we can do to reduce it. Read more and register
Browse the programme
With more than 100 events in the pipeline from 15-21 April, there's something for everyone at One Ocean Week. See full programme and register now, as tickets are limited!
GCE Ocean Technology Events
One Ocean Week
15.-21. april 2023 er Bergen stedet for debatt, erfaringsutveksling og opplevelser knyttet til en bærekraftig utnyttelse av havet. Uken starter spektakulært med Statsraad Lehmkuhls hjemkomst fra jordomseilingen The One Ocean Expedition.
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.
Welcome to One Ocean Conference 2023
We're excited to announce that THE OCEAN changes name to One Ocean Conference.
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
Slik blir Vestlandet havvinnere
Nå går startskuddet for kampen om havvinden. Hva skal til for at Vestlandet blir vinnere på havvind?
Vision of the fjords (ligger i Vågen, utenfor Bryggen), Bergen
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
HAVlunsj - Plastic pollution
This time, the HAVlunsj is held by NCE Seafood Innovation and the topic will plastic.
GCE Ocean Technology (2.etg. VilVite), Thormøhlensgate 51, Bergen