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Colin Warwick (The Crown Estate) - “Harvesting in Harmony”

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SAGB CONFERENCE May 2012

SAGB CONFERENCE May 2012

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  • 1. Learning To Live Together Harvesting In Harmony
  • 2. Driven By PassionFishing is a way of life not a job
  • 3. The Crown EstateIs a landownerIs not a regulatorIs a public body – The Crown Estate Act 1961Is not part of Government – but works closely withGovernment, statutory bodies etc.Annual surplus is passed to the UK Government Urban Rural Windsor Marine Estate Estate Estate Estate
  • 4. The Marine Estate• 850,000 km2• 22000km of coast line• A responsibility to enhance the estate’s value• Subject to good management and stewardship
  • 5. Energy Business ActivitiesGas Storage CO2 StorageWave and Tidal Offshore Wind 5
  • 6. UK Offshore Wind Programme Rounds 1&2 including Extensions and Demo’s • 1.5 GW operational • 2.6 GW under construction (7 projects) • 3 projects consented, pre-construction (up to 0.7 GW ) • 6 projects awaiting consent (up to 2.3 GW) • 8 projects pre-application (up to 2.9 GW) Scottish Territorial Waters (STW) • 5 projects active in pre-application (up to 5 GW) Round 3 • 32 GW in development R3 focus is • Renewable energy targets • Jobs  Scale and programme
  • 7. Future Potential: wind Floating wind: Practical resource Technology Scenario 1 Scenario 2 Scenario 3 GW GW GW Fixed 70 116 116 Floating 2 33 245
  • 8. UK Wave and Tidal Programme
  • 9. Future Potential Wave and TidalTechnology Scenario 1 Scenario 2 Scenario 3 GW GW GWWave 2 5 14Tidal stream 2 9 21
  • 10. Introduction to wave and tidal energyElectricity can be generated from ocean waves and tides in severaldifferent ways Tidal Wave Tidal stream Tidal range Waves acting on the sea Flowing tidal waters Water impounded during surface (kinetic energy) (kinetic energy) tides (potential energy) Pelamis Wave Marine Current EDF (La Rance) Power Turbines
  • 11. Pentland Firth and Orkney watersWe have leased 11 projects with 1,600 MW total potential capacity• UK flagship portfolio of wave and tidal stream projects• Located off Caithness, North Sutherland and around Orkney Isles• 11 projects with 1,600 MW total potential capacity• Developer plans to install entire capacity by 2020, contingent on range of factors• The Crown Estate is investing £5.7m Pentland Firth and Orkney waters commercial project sites in enabling actions work to accelerate and de-risk development
  • 12. Troubled Waters?Storm force 10
  • 13. TrawlingSingle net rig
  • 14. Single Mid-water
  • 15. Twin Rig
  • 16. Beam Trawl
  • 17. Siene Netting
  • 18. Scalloping
  • 19. Crabbing
  • 20. Long Lining
  • 21. Gill & Trammel Netting
  • 22. How much seabed do we use?
  • 23. First Impression of a Fishermans plotter data
  • 24. How Fishermen See the Seabed
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