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Offshore Construction, Installation & Commissioning Conference Brochure
Offshore Construction, Installation & Commissioning Conference Brochure
Offshore Construction, Installation & Commissioning Conference Brochure
Offshore Construction, Installation & Commissioning Conference Brochure
Offshore Construction, Installation & Commissioning Conference Brochure
Offshore Construction, Installation & Commissioning Conference Brochure
Offshore Construction, Installation & Commissioning Conference Brochure
Offshore Construction, Installation & Commissioning Conference Brochure
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  • 1. Researched & Organized by: The largest and most in-depth meeting point for Exceptional opportunity to connect with market the offshore wind installation industry globally… back for its 3rd blockbusting year “ participants working to make offshore wind a viable industry in the UK Gregg Egen, Managing Director, ...attracting over 450 delegates in 2011! ” Espirito Santo Investment Bank3rd AnnualOffshOre Wind COnstruCtiOn, installatiOnand COmmissiOning COnferenCe4-6 October 2011, London UK save £300 register beforeOvercome farshore contract and July 15construction challenges to successfully startearly revenue generation from your wind farm• WHAT WORK IS COMING UP? Where is the potential for the greatest long term contracts? Which sites are suited to offshore wind installation R&D? Find out from the ExpErt spEakErs from experts themselves!• CASE STUDIES ON THE “WORLD’S LARGEST” OFFSHORE WIND FARMS London Array, Greater Gabbard, Ormonde and Thanet• OVERVIEW ON THE CABLE CHALLENGES ARISING IN OFFSHORE WIND FARMS Cover all ranging challenges between laying telephonic communications, fibre optic and HVDC/ HVAC cables• FOUNDATION OPTIONS, DESIGNS AND INSTALLATION TECHNIQUES In depth discussion from the established players alongside the new comers on structural integrity issues – can grout alone be the long term solution• STATE OF THE ART OFFSHORE TURBINE TECHNOLOGY Get the inside track on what’s available for use in the Round 3 boom• TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS OF THE MAJOR COMPONENTS From the factory to point of installation here’s what you need to consider• RISK ASSESSMENT AND FINANCIAL OPTIONS FOR THE OFFSHORE WIND INDUSTRY Risk and finance go hand in hand in offshore wind projects; Hear how 65 different projects have been brought through the consent phase• CONTRACTING METHODS AND STRUCTURE client and project bundling options laid bare All New Features for 2011 Expert Led Offshore Wind Larger Exhibitors Area & Increased Opportunities Workshop Networking Time Contact Structuring Workshop Keynote Presentation Day Operators Group Meeting Twice As Many Technology Presentations LEAD EXHIBITORS Join 450 Offshore Wind Industry Colleagues For Three Business Critical Days of Analysis, Information Sharing and Business Development at the Largest Industry Gathering Worldwide www.windenergyupdate.com/OWCIC
  • 2. Exclusive European Offshore Wind Installation Analysis How to Plan and Execute Successful European Offshore Wind ProjectsJoin 450+ industry professionals at the landmark event that will help you improve offshorewind project installation, overcome farshore transport and logistics challenges, understand thebest methods for foundation installation and cable lay through the latest project experience,technology innovation and information updatesDear Colleague, Project Managers: What’s Your Exposure?Since the last Offshore Wind Construction, Installation and The cost of installation is significant and something that needs to be plannedCommissioning conference (OWCIC) in October, landmark changes for – and then back-up plans created! Looking at the trends in wind farmhave impacted offshore wind installation in Europe project costs below can you work out your exposure? How much will offshore wind installation activity cost you in the next 5 years?In the past four to five years, several larger, second-generation projects(including the UK’s Round 2), entered the construction phase, delivering Figure 1 - Trends in wind farm project costsa significant increase in operational installed capacity. Statistics point toa rapidly growing offshore industry. The biggest increase in offshore 3.5capacity occurred in 2010. European capacity increased by 883MW Drivers • Rising commodity prices Rhyl Flatscompared with 582MW added in 2009. The UK contribution to the 2010 3.0 • Bottlenecks in supply chainincrease was 562MW, which included Thanet (300MW), the largest • Complexity of sites, distances, depths Robin Rigg Cost per MW installed (€m/MW) • FX rate volatilityoperational wind farm to date. 2.5 GunfleetEurope is unquestionably the epicentre of the market with 2.9 GW of the North Hoyle Sands3GW total installed wind energy capacity based in Europe and accounting 2.0 Lynnfor 88% of 2010 new capacity. Over the next decade it is estimated by Burbo Kentish FlatsEWEA that by 2020, total European offshore installed capacity will be 40GW. 1.5The UK’s contribution to that total is estimated at 25GW. The main centre South Sandsfor offshore construction looks set to remain in northern Europe. 1.0 BarrowThrough a combination of the sheer volume of demand for contractor 0.5services, coupled with potential raw material price spikes, project managersare facing upward pressure on prices and hitting timely deadlines. It is 0.0therefore crucial that owner/operators have a water tight strategy in place 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010to deal with their installation liability. Contractors need to ensure they arepositioned to corner off a share of this multi-million pound industry withcost effective, safe service offerings or face being left behind by their Source: Carbon Trust/Emerging Energy Research (2009)counterparts. The OWCIC conference will equip you with all the planning information and technological tools to tackle your installation liability in the most proactive,Installing offshore wind farms is costly, technically challenging and cost effective way. Don’t get caught out, start planning now by attending thepotentially hazardous both to the workforce and a company’s global image. conferenceIf costs are to be reduced then careful planning is required and commonsense strategies must be put in place. In order to do that some of thefollowing challenges must be faced: Contractors: Offshore Wind Installation is on the Rise• Grouting the Transition Piece • Supply Chain Management CAPEX costs for wind farms completed in 2009/10 have edged toward £3m• Ploughing Cable Trenches at • Cost Reduction / MW, some 50 -100% above costs of wind farms in the period up to 2006. Depth • Farshore Transport & Logistics• Working with HVAC/HVDC Cables • Weather Windows Considering there are still 32,200 MW of wind energy to be harnessed from• EHS Offshore • Working with 5MW+ Turbines the UK Round 3 zones this translates into a £96.9 million market.• Project Planning & Management Wind Farm Region MW Capacity Moray Firth Scotland 1300The 3rd Annual Offshore Wind Construction, Installation andCommissioning conference will supply your business with the critical Firth of Forth Scotland 3500intelligence and tools you need to build a cost effective, time efficient Dogger Bank North Sea 9000installation strategy. Delivered by the best in the industry, you’ll be able totake away key lessons and real world action points that you can implement Hornsea North Sea 4000to save millions of GBP. Norfolk Bank Southern North Sea 7200Now in its third year, OWCIC will be bringing together 450 offshore wind Hastings South 600installation experts for three days of business critical intelligence, unrivalled West of Isle of Wight South 900networking and stimulating discussion.With senior level representatives from major & independent operators, lead Bristol Channel Atlantic South West 1500contractors, specialist service companies and the major European land Arraygoverning body – can you afford to miss out? Irish Sea Irish Sea 4200 TOTAL 32200I look forward to seeing you in London in October.All the best, Are you positioned to take advantage of this? Attend OWCIC 2011 and you’ll have the opportunity to not only receive all the market forecast you need to accurately set out your business plans forTom Evans Tel: +44 (0)20 7375 7247 2011 and beyond – but also we’ll put you in front of the top project owners.Head of Sector, Email: tom@windenergyupdate.comWind Energy Update Wind Energy Update: www.windenergyupdate.com Fill your order book in 3 days by attending this conference. Register today - visit www.windenergyupdate.com/OWCIC or phone +44 020 7375 7575
  • 3. Your Exclusive OWCIC Conference Overview: Review the new conference format and the information on offer from the world’s leading offshore wind installation experts Conference at a Glance morNING aftErNooN EVENING • Registration & Exhibition Opens October 4 • Opportunities in Offshore Wind Workshop • Networking Drinks Pre-Conference • Exhibition Set Up • Structuring Contracts for Offshore Wind Reception Day Workshop • Conference Opens October 5 • Market Analysis • Project Management & Planning Key Note • Risk Assessment & Mitigation • Networking Reception • Cost Estimation Presentation Day • Supply Chain Management • Installation Case Studies October 6 • New Wind Turbine Technology + • Cable Installation Multi Track Construction Techniques • Transport and Logistics of Major Technology Analysis • Foundation Installation ComponentsWho will you meet? TOP 4 CONFERENCE TAKE-AWAYSMeet, hear and do business with the cutting edge players in the Offshore We guarantee to deliver strategies that will have a real and lasting positiveWind Installation space. impact on your business, giving you the tools to ensure the success of yourThis is a high-level exclusive event – its not just a tradeshow expo. There decommissioning strategy.will be a select number of key decision makers who have all paid money tohear about this exact topic - how to install wind farms farshore on time and 1 CONNECTIONS - only theOffshorethe best will be here. Our delegates are the best of the best of best of Wind executives!on budgetTo get the inside track on building and growing a presence in the OffshoreWind business you need to be meeting and hearing from the very best 2 FACTS – solid, hard hitting on progress made and the steps facts about the Offshore Wind industry presentations filled with the true needed tobrains in the business, experts in the latest thinking, new technologies and push installations forward.evangelists on the path we need to take. Fortunately OWCIC does this foryou by bringing together the very best the Offshore Wind industry has tooffer, including key players from:• Round 3 zone project managers • Financial analysts, insurers, and 3 INSPIRATION – Wind fresh insightspeople onlively discussion with your fellow Offshore get executives – through your level, who think like you• Tried and Tested Lead installation technical experts contractors PRACTICAL IDEAS – only at OWCIC will you will hear the best tips,This conference is going to be a breath of fresh air to this industry, 4 strategies and practical knowledge that will directly help you in youreverywhere you turn when you get in the conference room or step into the day-to-day workcoffee reception area you are going to be surrounded by key decision makersfrom the best of the best. The very best companies, researchers and people you will get conference audio, presentation slides, conferencewho are going to push the offshore wind world forward. Plus booklet, face to face meeting time and much more!If this sounds good then you need to be here! CONTACT US TODAY aboutthis conference, the latest offshore wind news and more - +44 (0)207 375 7575 tom@windenergyupdate.com Your chance to impress - become an OWCIC Signing on with us to be a part of OWCIC is just the beginning. Sponsoring, exhibiting and advertising is a platform for you to reach your sales and sponsor or exhibitor marketing goals. The Offshore Wind Construction, Installation and Commissioning We guarantee that our continuing efforts to help you get the most out of Conference is the most exciting and fresh conference in the offshore wind your opportunity is unparalleled in the conference world - ask us for help on space. how to get the most out of a presentation, how to work the exhibition floor Our vision of putting together a summit focused solely on how to build and or even what copy to use in your advert. With Wind Energy Update this is grow offshore wind installation businesses makes for a unique and exciting part of the service and it is an invaluable one worth its weight in gold. Its event. the reason our percentage of repeat customers eclipses the conference If you need our delegates as partners or clients this event is a valuable industry average. chance for you to meet, greet and impress them in person. With opportunities as low as £3500 - Sponsoring, exhibiting or advertising This could be the chance you need to pave the way with us is one the best and most cost effective ways to generate interest, to massive future profits - you owe it to yourself meet leads and make deals, build relationships and imprint your company name in the brains of all the summit attendees and all the 20,000+ to at least give us a call and ask for our free industry leaders who we will reach with our comprehensive marketing and sponsorship info package. promotional campaign. We only sell custom made, high value packages - Talk to us today and call Tom Evans, Wind Energy Update on share some ideas about what we could do together to help push your +44 (0)20 7375 7247 business forward. We have a range of options to suit every budget and we or email tom@windenergyupdate.com tailor every deal to match your individual needs like a glove. Register today - online at: www.windenergyupdate.com/OWCIC or phone +44 (0)20 7375 7575
  • 4. Unrivalled Industry Networking at the OWCIC Conference! Join 450 offshore wind installation experts at the world’s leading gatheringNetworking at the OWCIC Conference 2011OWCIC 2011 provides outstanding Attend the Conference and you’ll meet...networking opportunities for anyoneinvolved Who will be there? Senior decision makers from the leadingin offshore wind installation. This is the Crown Estate Round 3 winners attend Senior level decision makers & project managerssingle largest meeting point globally- OWCIC every year to meet services from the major and independent wind farm owner/attracting over 450 stakeholders. If offshore providers offering new technologies and developers who want to discover the latest technologieswind installation is part of your job role – you services to help them reduce cost, hit and services for planning and executing offshore windsimply can’t afford to miss out. timelines and ensure safe projects. construction and installation projects.This year Wind Energy Update are +PLUS+providing:• Over 17 hours of dedicated networking Suppliers / Solutions providers • Construction & Installation of foundations Major/Independent Operators 35% 25% time across the 3 days of the conference • Construction of wind turbines Intergrated• A brand new pre-conference day for you to Contractors engage in more relaxed discussion • Installation of cables• Fully interactive panel sessions for you to identify yourself to the entire delegate • Installation of offshore & onshore substations Sub Contractor 10% 10% audience as a topic expert • Installation of wind turbines Specialist Services• Dedicated workshops, coffee breaks, • Main contractors / project managers 10% lunches & evening drinks for you to target • Production of cables your key clients Public Sector • Supply of vessels / Sea based support 10%You’ll have more face to face And Many Others… Legal, Financial Consultants Who You’ll Meet… Wind Energy Update run a series of offshore wind conferences from health and safety, supply chain, North American development and construction. This places us in the unique position of bringing together wind installation experts from across the globe. Below is a breakdown of who attends our conferences Offshore Tier 1 Tier 2 Wind Developers Lead Contractors Sub-Contractors C-Power A2SEA Dredging International Dong Energy Ballast Nedam Offshore Energy Embassy Machine Services EDF Energy Beluga Group Euskal Forging EDP Renewables DEME Foundocean EnBW Erneuerbare Energien Fluor Corporation Houlder Iberdrola Renewables GeoSea Jumbo Offshore London Array Limited KBR Minelco Mainstream Renewable Power Mammoet Europe Sepam RWE Offshore Logistics Company Seaway Heavy Lifting Vos Prodect Innovations Scottish Power Technip SeaEnergy Renewables Van Oord Dreging and Vattenfall Marine Contractors Excellent. As a newcomer to the industry it provided in-depth information and topical discussion on the major issues facing Offshore Wind “ turbine installers and developers today. Tata Steel International ” Book your place to meet all the above today! Turn to inside back cover now!
  • 5. OWCIC Full Conference Agenda: Unparalleled expert speaker line-up for three days of invaluable information 2011 Conference Structure Two workshops aimed at giving a European offshore The Offshore Wind Construction, Installation and Commissioning Conference has an all-new format for 2011 and will take place over wind opportunities overview. three days. This is to ensure the best possible delegate experience through added benefits such as training sessions, workshops, more choice on agenda topics, keynote presentations, extended networking Offshore Wind Technical Workshop time and larger exhibition space • Diversification and challenges for parallel sectors (Aerospace, automotive, composites, large item manufacture parallels) The conference will be structured as follows: • Technological challenges and R&D in offshore wind Pre-Conference Day October 4 • Components, customers and technological trends: A: Metalworking and fabrication • Pre-Registration Open • Components, customers and technological trends: B: Electrical and cables • Exhibition Open • Vessel supply and demand • Training Workshop • Vessel and offshore equipment manufacture • Opportunities in Offshore Wind Workshop • Offshore construction management • Structuring Contracts for Offshore Wind Workshop BVG Associates Structuring Contracts for Offshore Wind Workshop Workshop on how to structure contracts in the offshore environment • Suitability of FIDIC and others • How and why consortium are needed • Best way to split risk TBC The Offshore Wind Construction, Installation and “ Commissioning Conference allowed our company to reach out to the industry to showcase the capabilities of our services. It is without a doubt an important part of our marketing plan. Signal International Inc. ” Keynote Presentation Day October 5Section One: Market Overview & RegulationsMarket overview on the work approaching us in the next Farshore wind: collaborate or compete?18-24 months • Hear about areas where industry is working together to improve efficiency and • What are the impacts from the high profile industry flaws in 2010 on safety in farshore wind projects the opportunities for testing new methodology for installation and • Gain insight into the contract models which work best to help reduce project construction costs• Take away an up-to-date analysis of recent predictions on where the • Learn about suitable contracting methods and structures including client and greatest short and long term gains for construction firms in European project bundling options offshore wind• Gain insight into offshore wind risk metrics and marketing forecasting UK policy panel: Creation of the UK offshore windTimo Laakso, Vice President, Wind Power, Poyry industry PANEL Håkon Sandbekk, Legal Counsel, Statkraft (TBC) SESSION Ed Wilson, Head of Renewable Energy, Project Finance, Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets David Curran, Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) Michelle Thomas, Partner, Head of Clean Energy and Sustainability, Eversheds LLP Register today - visit www.windenergyupdate.com/OWCIC or phone +44 (0)20 7375 7575
  • 6. Overcome farshore contract and construction challenges to successfully start early revenue generation from your wind farm Keynote Presentation Day October 5Section Two: The World’s Largest Section Three: Offshore Wind Section Four: Addressing skills inOffshore Wind Farms Farm Finance, Contracting and the offshore wind sectorOverview of the potential challenges and criteria Risk Mitigationinvolved when selecting contractors for the Walney Skills specific to offshore wind: whatwind farm Risk reduction specific to offshore the UK is doing now to secure offshore• Hear how experiences in DONG Energy’s previous wind designed for both the owner wind jobs UK and Danish offshore wind farm work led the and contractor • Get the inside track from the UK skills market thinking on Walney from the start to understand what processes are now in place • Understand how construction liability can • Get the inside track on how the contracts were be reduced or even eliminated from an to drive the growth of offshore wind split up among the respective contractors and how operator’s balance • Assess the direction your business needs to DONG went about project managing the work take to enjoy the maximum benefit from these • Eliminate catastrophic costs related to • Discover how the contactors were chosen and contractor insolvency & other perils through a skills initiatives what criteria they are working to and for what new model designed specifically for farshore • Learn what the proven routes of acquiring and rewards wind retaining credible workforce labour are for theJens Hansen, Project Manager, • Mitigate risk of increased costs tied to offshore wind construction industryDong Energy (invited) sudden market fluctuations Bob Granger, Head of Renewables, Jatin Sharma, Head of Offshore, GCube National Skills Academy for PowerDiscover the challenges and benefits of Underwriting Limitedturnkey installation of a sole vs. multiple Military skills on offer to the offshorecontractors to the supplier and contractor Analysing the risks in offshore wind, wind industry• Understand the complexities of constructing with the various models used to date • Hear from the UK’s leading marine military fixed and floating offshore structures and vessels in Europe (project finance bill and personal employer about the skill set matches further than 70km from the shore refinancing) that the Royal Navy has with the offshore wind• Discover the challenges and benefits of turnkey construction industry needs • Discover the fundamental differences installation with a sole main contractor between UK and European projects and why • Benefit from hundreds and thousands of • What are contractor capabilities for farshore wind lenders approach the two from very different hours of higher level education training suited farms and will all parts of the extended supply angles specifically to working in harsh offshore chain be ready? conditions with state of the art engineering • Get the latest insight from the most technologyGraham Mason, Project Development Director, Fluor experienced global leader in the field to driveCorporation forward success in your business from up to • Discover the volume and likelihood of personal date facts from military background available to the private sector in the next 12-18 months andDiscover the importance of stakeholder • See how to work with the system from the how you should best look to recruitmanagement in planning and how this beginning to best ensure long term financialcan delay a project if neglected securing and headache free days when Karen Carroll, Career Transition Partnership, projects are delayed Royal Navy• Get a virtual tour of the work London Array has accomplished to date Christos Kolliatsas, Project Manager, Mott MacDonald• Hear the decision makers first-hand describe how your input will lead to the concepts that they used to enable buy into potentially one of Britain’s most polarising energy Legal insight – contract changes Offshore Wind Construction change station new builds in the last 50 years necessary to ensuring offshore wind Buy a ticket and attend the Offshore• Understand the best and worst case scenarios for market reaching potential Wind Construction, Installation and an offshore wind project through best and poor • Assess the impact that NDAs have on Commissioning Conference! stakeholder engagement both long term and day to day business operationsJoanne Haddon, Stakeholder and Media Manager, • Get the inside track on what is actually Speak up and get your points across at theLondon Array considered business critical to you and your Working Group DiscussionsUnderstand how to prepare for farshore partners and what is purely legal red tape hindering your project’s successwind construction including the Your moderator will take notes summarizingmanagement of resources, equipment, • Learn how to silo up certain parts of the the groups input construction packages so that mini-EPCcross-contractor communication and units can be formed to work in a moremitigating uncertainties manageable way• Understand the strategic planning considerations Panel discussion featuring all the group Peter Scurlock, Eversheds LLP moderators presenting the discussions for construction activities in the North Sea and their implications on project timelines and costs findings• Discover the importance of stakeholder management when planning projects and how this Working together, you, the panel and the can delay a project if it is neglected rest of the audience will work together to• Find out what a detailed reasonable working hours define the Action Points! assessment consists of how this can significantly mitigate the risk posed to lost man hours by adverse weather conditions After the conference you can track theOle Bigum Nielsen, Head of UK Offshore Projects, Action Points progress through Wind EnergyVattenfall Update’s news, reports and web services Register today - visit www.windenergyupdate.com/OWCIC or phone +44 (0)20 7375 7575
  • 7. Overcome farshore contract and construction challenges to successfully start early revenue generation from your wind farm October 6 Technical Split Track DaySection Five: New Wind Farm Piling operations in deep water and Alternative methods for cable installationTechnology, Construction and farshore offshore wind farm sites • Can J-tubes be regarded as the industry standard Maintenance Techniques for inter connection? • Discover what efficiencies have evolved in the A look at the state of the art turbine last few months that not only speed installation • Get a comprehensive case study of Thanet’s many technology available for release but also increase work place HSE connections & learn how costs were successfully reduced• Understand the benefits that new technology • Learn the impact weather used to have on can offer projects for not just energy projects and how this has been significantly • See what value subsea connection can add and production but also for ease of construction, reduced through better technology and how much simpler the cable lay procedure can installation and O&M methodology become• Does larger always mean better - What are • Get the latest insight direct from the vessel decks Olivier Angoulevant, Subsea Cabling, Nexans the changes in turbine design that will really on how to minimise time on site through a solid, make a difference? continued supply chain of piling components Export cable installation: working with• Gain an analysis of the benefit associated Ivan Ostvik, VP Business and Project Development, HVAC and HVDC cables in the Baltic Sea employing a test area within your project to NorWind to maximise effectiveness of project time trial the latest turbine technology alongside and capital proven tech Foundation structural integrity issues –Karl John, Business Development Director, Successful methodology laid bare • Full session information to be provided after company signoffAREVA • See how the history of offshore wind installation certification has led to the methods used today Head of Installation team, NorddeutscheOperation and Maintenance of • Benefit from a collection of case study Seekabelwerkefarshore wind turbine generators: experience gained in the current installation Why traditional cable lay methodologyaccess requirements, methodology projects to determine what factors to be aware of isn’t workingand technology in your project • Looking in depth at ploughing, survey, laying • With strategy, access and time all at a • Gain a clear analysis of the future equipment methodology, subsea interconnection and cable premium for offshore work hear how one developments that will aid foundation and tensile issues company is planning for maintenance of its transition piece connection WTGs • Understand why a “lazy S” isn’t a suitable way of Jim Bell, Managing Director, Foundocean laying down excess slack• Learn the varying levels of errors and maintenance checks that explain whether an Innovative foundation • The worry the amount of responsibility a ships’ onsite engineer is necessary or if the error can installation PANEL captain has in cable lay regarding his guesswork as be checked as part of scheduled maintenance SESSION to where the cable sits in relationship to the vessels Kaj Lindvig, CSO, A2SEA drivetrain• Discover which parts of the turbine are high, medium and low risk and which require round Paul Gibson, Chairman, MPI-Offshore Steven Wilson, CTC Marine the clock monitoring vs. an annual check up Per Volund, Head of Wind Power, Grontmij Inter Array cable connections in theRichard Luijendijk, Director of Service, SiemensWind Power Inge Lotsberg, DNV Wind Energy Thanet Wind farm Case study of the installation at • Benefit from leading expert knowledge on the The Development of Maintenance Ormonde many connections made on Thanet to improve theStrategies for Farshore HVDC Grid chance of right first time success on your project • Understand fully the logistics and planning Assets Based on Experience in the for transporting the turbines and lifting the • Hear how the cables connections were split onto German Market components in place batches so that knowledge gained from one batch could be improved upon and then utilised in the next• Full session information to be provided after • Get the inside track on how the sea conditions company signoff • Discover the innovate connection methodology that were overcome was used that allowed minimal delays from this partRichard Cooke, Renewables, Petrofac • Learn how the rate of installation was kept high of the job to impact on others throughout the projectSection Six: Foundation Ian Bonnon, Head of Offshore, GL Garrad Hassan COO, A2SEAInstallation Section Eight: Transport and LogisticsJackets, Monopiles, Gravity bases – Section Seven: Cable Installation of Major Componentspros and cons to your project Overview on the cable challenges arising Transport and logistics of the major• Receive an introduction to the options in offshore wind farms components from factory to point of available now & how each can be used in • Challenges between telephonic communications, installation shallow and deep waters for installation of fibre optic and HVDC/HVAC • Learn about the different methods that have been offshore turbines • How multiple connections can cause huge used in offshore wind installation and hear first-• Discover through a comparison of cost, project time delays hand about the ones that worked well transport and environment implications the • The current state of knowledge from vessel • Discover the importance of correct planning and benefits of one over another captains and how cross industry experience can having strong alternatives to compensate for the• Understand the implications of public cause more harm than good tough and ever changing working conditions of the restrictions passed re: noise and how this North Sea impacts hammer size and hence monopole Ralph Steinberg, Manager Offshore Cable Systems, NKT Cables • Utilise exclusive industry case studies to plan work use around the European working hour restrictionsSeaway Heavy Lifting Andrew Davies, BDM, Sarens TBC Register today - visit www.windenergyupdate.com/OWCIC or phone +44 (0)20 7375 7575
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