Oil&nonOil, 21-23 October – The fuels chain comes together in Verona
First attended show at Veronafiere after the lockdown. The safety of exhibitors and operators is assured by the new #safebusiness protocol
The countdown for Oil&nonOil at Veronafiere has started. The 15th edition of the exhibition focusing on the fuel and mobility services sector is scheduled next 21-23 October and inaugurates the safe restart for attended events hosted by the Verona Exhibition Centre.
More than 60 exhibiting companies will line up in Hall 4 as the protagonists of an event characterised by its highly specialist nature and a focus on business and training for sector operators.
Business at Oil&nonOil is joined by conferences and workshops dealing with trends and the evolution of the energy markets. The aim is to find out more about the latest developments in terms of modernisation of the distribution network, the role of technology in reducing pollution emissions and the effects of the European Green New Deal on logistics and distribution, not to mention regulatory issues affecting the sector.
The conference offering over the three days of the event includes 12 appointments. The programme starts off on 21 October with the meeting titled “New perspectives for rationalisation and modernisation of the network: the de Toma resolution”, which will be followed by “Closures of service stations and environmental restoration” conference coordinated edited by Unione Energie per la Mobilità (unem). The same day also includes other conferences: “Zero emissions target: the role of fuels and technology” coordinated by Assopetroli-Assoenergia, and “Technological innovation, hardware and e-DAS for legality and product quality in the digitalisation era”, organised by the Federazione Autotrasportatori Italiani (Fai) – Conftrasporto.
Ample space will be given on 22 October to the energy transition and the challenges facing the oil and energy sector with a number of conferences: “Green New Deal and it impact on fuel logistics and distribution” coordinated by Assopetroli-Assoenergia and Assocostieri; “Unresolved issues in the oil and energy sector”, coordinated by the Sorrentino Pasca Toma law firm; “Electronic notification of payments and loading-unloading registers”, organised by Fortech Srl; “Social responsibility, environmental sustainability and safety: LNG for the restart, with a view to future” coordinated by Federchimica Assogasliquidi. Another issue discussed concerns fraud with the conference titled “Illegality: the current situation as regards fraud and risks for buyers”. The day will end with a number of other the conferences – “Smart working: how does this change mobility? Effects on fuel demand”, coordinated by Quotidiano Energia, Gruppo Italia Energia Srl; “Hydrogen for transport” organised by Mirumir Srl.
Lastly, the closing day on 23 October will focus on new forms of fuel for transport, with the conference titled “The strategic role of bio-methane in transport”, coordinated by Assogasmetano and CIB-Italian Biogas Consortium.
“The trade fair industry was given the go-ahead in the last Decree dated 13 October. Inasmuch, Oil&nonOil means we are ready to start again,” said Giovanni Mantovani, CEO of Veronafiere. “This is our first business event with physical attendance after the lockdown, which is why we have worked with all our expertise to organise an event review that, in this period of uncertainty, would best support the sector and at the same time ensure maximum operator safety.”
Veronafiere‘s new #safebusiness prevention protocol will be implemented for Oli&nonOil, as validated by institutions, health authorities and the Italian Association of Exhibition Centres and Trade Fairs (Aefi).
Entrance and movement methods in the Exhibition Centre have been redesigned to ensure social distancing and an intelligent network of cameras will identify any gatherings in real time as well as monitor correct usage of PPE. Special attention is also being paid to sanitation of venues and air conditioning systems, while specialist medical points will always be operative during events.