Oil&nonOil: the exhibition dedicated to energy, fuels and mobility services opens tomorrow at Veronafiere

  EXHIBITION, Oil&nonOil 2020 Verona

The 15th edition will see a formula integrating the attended exhibition involving more than 60 companies with a programme of online conferences. Event safety is assured by the safebusiness protocol validated by the Technical-Scientific Committee

The 15th edition of the Oil&nonOil – Energy, Fuel & Mobility Services trade fair scheduled until 23 October opens tomorrow at Veronafiere. The Verona Exhibition Centre – for its first event since the lockdown – has defined an integrated model for the trade fair that combines an attended exhibition and a live streaming conference programme.

Health safety is assured by the new safebusiness protocol, validated by the Technical-Scientific Committee of the Civil Protection Authority, health authorities and the Italian Association of Exhibition Centres and Trade Fairs (Aefi). Organisation upholds the latest Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers (DPCM dated 18 October) which confirmed the go-ahead for national and international trade fairs but limited congress activities to remote mode. Tickets and all procedures for entering the exhibition centre remain valid.

The exhibition offering for the 2020 edition includes more than 60 companies on hand in Hall 4 representing the various product sectors associated with the world of service stations: conventional and alternative fuels, refuelling, transport and storage plant, management systems and all related services. As for previous editions, this trade fair – the main annual event for the entire sector – set the topic of fuels within the scope of mobility in general and even the energy transition issue.

This year more than ever – given the current extremely difficult economic situation – the event comes forward as an occasion for discussion among operators about energy markets trends and evolution. The remote online mode with conferences and workshops will also provide an opportunity to take stock of the most important issues and challenges facing the sector: network modernisation, the role of technology in reducing polluting emissions and the effects of European Green New Deal on logistics and distribution, without overlooking regulatory issues.