The Onshore Energy Conference 2016 will take place on the 9th November 2016 at the QE2 Conference Centre.
The agenda will be targeted using streams allowing delegates to experience the same technical and educational experiences as well as providing main session speakers on relevant subjects. We very much welcome back our established delegates from the power area while extending a fresh invitation to those from the oil and gas area. We know there is a lot of cross over between the two areas and we expect any delegates will be able to create an agenda which meets their expectations.The agenda will of course include ample opportunities to network and meet others operating in these specialised areas. The guest speaker this year is Daniel Finkelstein.
Ticket prices for the London conference will be £300.00 before 1st October 2016 and then £300.00 (plus VAT) after 1st October 2016:
Book a £300 ticket
Brokers and underwriters who register and pay for two delegate fees, may register a third one for free:
Book three delegates for the price of two
We have 20 junior places available (for people who have less than three years experience) at a fee of £125.00 before 1st October 2016 and then £125.00 (plus VAT) after 1st October 2016:
Book a junior delegate’s place
Conference brochure advertising opportunities
Advertising opportunities are available for this year’s conference. Full or half page advertising space is available. For an idea of the content of the brochure have a look at this year’s Dubai conference magazine. If you like the idea of placing an advert, but struggling with the design then let us take care of it for you. Our designers have created some of the most memorable content in our previous programmes. For a fee of £300 (*) we will have our designers do the work for you. For more details contact us.
(*) fee is in addition to the advertising cost.
Onshore Energy Conference — London 2016
The Lloyd’s Market Association (LMA) represents the interests of the Lloyd’s community, providing professional and technical support to our members. It is fully accredited and validated by the Chartered Insurance Institute. All managing and members’ agents at Lloyd’s are full members, who together manage a gross premium income of around £26 billion in 2014. Through the LMA, their interests are represented wherever decisions need to be made that affect the market.
The LMA Academy was established to raise the profile of technical education in the Lloyd’s Market. It provides a wide range of technical training programmes that offer individuals a thorough understanding of key insurance areas from Foundation to Advanced level. These are delivered through a series of modular programmes, workshops, master classes and alumni events that support learning and career development. It engages closely with young professionals through to senior management who work in the Lloyd’s market.