Four organisations around the Southern North Sea, with a strong bond with the value and supply chain of the offshore energy industry, are combining their marketing forces. Amsterdam Ymuiden Offshore Ports AYOP, East of England Energy Group EEEGR, North Sea Energy Gateway Den Helder NSEG and Team Humber Marine Alliance will sign a memorandum of understanding for cooperation. The signing will be held in the Amsterdam RAI on 23 October during the Offshore Energy 2018 Exhibition and Conference. The signing ceremony can be attended by everyone who is interested and will start at 12.00 PM in the Amtrium 1 Lounge of Amsterdam RAI.
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The Southern North Sea an asset for sustainable economic prosperity
Over the next decade the offshore energy sector in the North Sea is ‘on the move’:
Given the aforementioned development, the regions of the four partners have the opportunity to become key offshore energy hubs for Western European and grow as a world leader in the offshore and marine energy innovation. The cooperation will be branded under the name ‘Southern North Sea Energy Alliance SNSEA’
Purpose of the MOU
The MOU provides a framework to pursue closer working relations on promoting the Southern North Sea regions as an offshore and marine energy hub and to foster joint projects between the parties and their members and stakeholders. The four parties seek opportunities for collaboration and joint marketing with the purpose to promote formal and informal co-operation between their members and stakeholders, with the aim of bringing more business, investments and employment to the regions involved and bridging knowledge, innovation and competencies. Opening markets in both directions, encouraging the exchange of knowledge and best practices and networking where the four parties strive to collaborate and innovate.
The four regions are neighbouring the Southern North Sea. Each of the four parties represents the offshore energy economic ecosystem in their region. Members and stakeholders of the four parties are commercial and non-profit companies in the supply chain, educational institutions, research institutes and organizations and governmental bodies. The collaboration has the prime purpose to support the members of each organisation.