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  • 1. The UK’s leading conference in solving the offshore wind supply chain challenges Save Up TOOffshore Wind Energy £250Supply Chain Conference Look inside for further details2nd – 3rd March 2011 | The Regents Park Marriot, LondonBuild a confident and robust offshore wind supplychain for timely and cost effective project delivery Discover how to secure funding, manage contracts, THE BEST QUALIFIED SPEAKERS and procure reliable components and suitable SHARING THEIR KNOWLEDGE equipment for offshore wind success AND EXPERIENCE WITH YOU!ExpErt • Seize the opportunities within the offshore windspEakErs supply chain: Discover how to identify the opportunities and includE: development trends your business needs to take advantage of Björn Przygodda, over the next 5 years Head of Procurement, • Ports, harbours & manufacturing facilities 101: Offshore RWE Reduce lead times & costs and increase your capacity by Innogy understanding what port infrastructure will be developed, when and where Preben Poulsen • Ensure your supply of key components and hardware Project Director, Belwind ahead of the game: Discuss and debate how vessels, cables, HVDC systems and other essential offshore resources can be safeguarded for your next offshore wind projects Kristian Holm Offshore Wind • Evaluate tried and tested procurement strategies Deployment for acquiring offshore resources: Understand how to Manager, accelerate project delivery by getting first hand insight into what GE Wind Energy Offshore others are doing while searching for good new suppliers in a sea of choice Patrick Phelan • Calculate the most effective contracting models Managing Director, JDR Cable Systems for your next offshore project: Discover how to weigh up responsibility, cost and risk to ensure you maximise the profitability of your next offshore wind project Jerry Hopkinson Managing Director, • Eliminate risks early to reduce problems later: Bulks Ports & Understand how to identify, control and eliminate potential Logistics, problems early in the procurement stage to reduce the change of PD Ports project overruns or major cost escalation Exceptional Why this is not just another Offshore Wind Conference: opportunity to connect with market ✓ 250+ senior level offshore wind experts attending participants working ✓ Case studies from real life offshore wind projects to make offshore ✓ Meet and do business with the offshore wind energy supply chain wind a viable ✓ Over 12 hours of networking time to power your business forwards industry in the UK ✓ Must have business intelligence to improve your offshore strategy Hwa sup Jang, The finest quality offshore wind event dedicated to the ever Korean Register expanding offshore wind industry, and tailored to your Of Shipping every need. Simply unmissable! Visit www.windenergyupdate.com/supply today for the latest additions and updates
  • 2. "With our four rounds of offshore wind energy programmes aiming to deliver over a quarter of the UK energy needs by 2020, a significant supply chain industry is required." Roger Bright CB, Chief Executive of The Crown EstateA Strong Wind Blowing: to boost capacity and achieve mass You’ll not only meet, but also do business with production they want firm orders. But this UK and European offshore wind developers,The outlook for Northern Europe’s is in the context of developers putting off international OEMs, large scale componentoffshore wind industry couldn’t be orders for turbines and other equipment suppliers, manufacturing and logisticsany stronger. With £60 million pledged because the cost of building an offshore firms, production specialists, technologyfrom the Coalition Government, the wind farm is so high. so what needs to innovators and other leading supply chainUK is now not only currently the largest happen to create a uk supply chain to experts to tackle the challenges facing the offshore wind market globally, but is avoid this chicken and egg situation? offshore wind industry head on.set to grow that market rapidly and increase confidence across the entire industrY lEadErs spEakinGvalue chain. Addressing The Real You’ll listen to previously unheard insight into Of course, it’s not just the UK industry Challenges In The Offshore rWE’s procurement strategies from their Headthat is steaming forward in offshore Wind Supply Chain of Offshore procurement. We’ve also lined wind. As this huge industry develops up Head of technology and development and spreads across Northern Europe, Wind Energy Update have done over from Vattenfall, Head of supply chainthe lessons you learn here will be sure 100 hours of research directly with key Management from Vestas Offshore, and to give you the advantage in any other stakeholders from right across the offshore Visser & smit Marine as they give you key markets you’re working in worldwide. wind value chain to develop an industry information on supplier relations and contract And don’t forget, it’s not just current led conference agenda that focuses on the management.UK based companies that are in line to challenges you’re facing. Including: The Managing directors of the main port benefit from the country’s support for • Build confidence in the supply chain groups, associated British ports and offshore wind – manufacturers such as to secure finance, reduce risk and pd ports have also agreed to give an General Electric, Siemens and Gamesa ultimately cut costs in-depth appraisal of their facilities, which and other suppliers from across Europe • Identify and develop relationships with will be supported by a number of the major are already making moves to stake major companies from right across the manufacturers including Gamesa, GE, tata their claim. So, you really can’t afford to supply chain steel, Heerema, taG Energy solutions, miss out on the opportunity to establish • Increase manufacturing capacity to Jdr cable systems, aBB, siemens t&d yourself as a major player in this rapidly enable you to always stay one-step and alstom Grid who will be talking about growing marketplace – and the time to ahead of the demand curve their current and future plans for offshore wind act is NOW! • Understand and comply with manufacturing. procurement contracts from every buyer Hear from a panel of specialists including GHow Demand Is Massively and seller in the business cube, integra, london Offshore consultants • Establish good working relationships Outstripping Supply with suppliers to secure the right orders and Willis on how to identify and mitigate at the right time – every time. risk at every stage of your manufacturing and Over the course of 2010, the Crown project development.Estate revealed a select number of large • Develop a highly skilled workforce that’s utilities and engineering companies set up to power your projects forward As if that isn’t enough, we have all this who won licenses to develop up to 48 • Reduce risks and costs in every possible to be covered and much more with key gigawatts of electricity from a number situation to presentations from Belwind, uk trade &of large offshore wind zones. To • Access investment and grants to investment, Gl Garrad Hassan, the uksuccessfully deliver on targets set by help your project cash flow and avoid Energy research centre, the national skillsthe EU however, developers will have unnecessary delays academy, Beluga Hochtief, Mpi & challengeto install one new turbine every day • Take advantage of the massive capital to name but a few… until the end of 2016, and 2.5 a day opportunities for offshore wind from 2017 through 2020 (currently only development in the UK and beyond So, you’ll see that during two fact filled one is being installed every 11 days). With many large players already days, you will gain more knowledge, best competing in the offshore market, and practice strategies and innovative production To deliver this the uk needs to many more looking at it as the next big techniques direct from industry professionals overcome several significant supply opportunity, now is the time to build your than you would over the course of months sat chain challenges: business to become the KEY player in this at your desk!• Develop major port infrastructure to ever growing industry. Simply put, this is enable all sites to be accessed from We at Wind Energy Update pride ourselves the most important conference you should on our ability to provide you, every time, with UK shores attend in 2011.• Build more components and turbines focussed, industry leading insight delivered by out of key portside manufacturing key industry speakers so you can be sure that facilities Build the relationships you this event will be an incredibly valuable couple • Ensure a continuing supply of quality need to drive your business of days out of the office. materials to keep up with demand In the past 12 months our wind events have • Improve cost management & reduce the Offshore Wind Energy supply been attended by over 2200 leading wind risk across the entire supply chain chain conference (london, 2nd & 3rd executives from across the world. Each of one This is where the real challenge lies March 2011) has been created specifically of those executives has now walked away with as manufacturers cant yet supply the to plug the gaps in your knowledge, the edge in this industry. Make sure you join equipment, parts and components provide practical answers and build those them and give yourself the best competitive in the quantities needed. Before relationships you need to do business with advantage you can! Make sure you reservemanufacturers make big investments in this competitive arena. your ticket today and cement your position in the offshore wind energy supply chain! Keep track on the very latest updates: Visit www.windenergyupdate.com/supply
  • 3. We offer LEARNING and NETWORKING with the brightest minds and key business decision makers UNRIVALLED INDUSTRy NETWORKING & KNOWLEDGE ShARINGThis event will give you at least a years worth of meeting time, crammed 3) Working Group discussion sessions – This event will actively into the space of 2 days. You can spend as much time as you want promote knowledge sharing on offshore wind and how to position networking and sharing ideas with the right people to build those long yourself for success in this challenging market. Simply put, they are lasting, mutually beneficial business relationships. result orientated roundtable discussions with educated moderators, real scenarios to work through and actionable points to apply when 1) Online networking centre - Get access to an “interactive delegate you return to the office. The biggest need, as you will all agree, is list” where you can personally and directly make contact with all interaction. So that’s why these intimate Working Group Discussion conference attendees - this will be open for 6 weeks around the event sessions form an integral part of the conference. to help you plan meetings in advance, network during the event and follow up after the conference has finished! Extending your networking reach, brainstorm, share ideas and work directly with your fellow conference attendees with our2) segmented areas for 1-to-1 business meetings – Use this as a engaging networking facilities… chance to network and walk away with the business cards you want! Book your conference ticket today! Sponsorship Opportunities & Exhibition Zone: Unparalleled Speaking, Exhibiting, And Brand Exposure Opportunitiesdo you ever find yourself asking questions such as: Hear what our previous sponsors and exhibitors• Where can I find new customers for my products and services? had to say:• Which emerging challenges (and companies) will offer my business lucrative opportunities going forward?• Which partnerships will allow me to take my solutions into new markets and The perfect opportunity to further position add significantly to my bottom line? ourselves as a market leader in the industry and offer Well ask no more! Secure your sponsorship package or exhibition booth at the great value to reaching out to the industries senior level Offshore Wind Energy Supply Chain Conference and you’ll be guaranteed to decision makers meet and do business with over 150 international industry leaders who need your solutions and services! Head of Marketing, VestasThe Offshore Wind Energy Supply Chain Conference offers an excellent range of sponsorship and exhibition opportunities to suit every need and budget. We can literally tailor make a sponsorship package to your needs meaning that you We were really pleased with Wind speak, build your brand and organise meetings with the leading figures in the Energy Updates latest conference we wind energy industry. exhibited at. Their format produces a superb Do not miss out on this unrivalled opportunity to do business with and secure networking and business development sales from offshore wind energy pioneers. opportunity Opportunities available include: Chief Sales Officer, a2sEa• 1 to 1 meetings with key decision makers• Take a speaking slot and address over 150 industry leaders• Show off your latest products and services in the exhibition hall• Build your brand with exclusive promotional opportunities The large number of senior level attendees • Host interactive workshops with core clients and prospects and the restricted number of exhibitors and and much more! sponsors ensured that we met a good number of decision makers. We walked away having had a Limited opportunities available! Call Ben Satchwell very successful conference today on +44 (0)207 3757 163 to discuss the options Managing Director, FoundOceanand secure your space to ensure you fill your salesbook for the next 18 months. Much more than a conference... sign up today for excellent networking opportunities
  • 4. A two day blueprint for offshore wind success UNLOCK THE OPPORTUNITIES Selection criteria from RISK, INSURANCE & FINANCE WITHIN THE UK SUPPLY CHAIN Developers when selecting Case key supplier partnerships study Successful project finance strategiesUnlock the power of the from a ‘non-recourse’ perspective • Discover how Vattenfall assesses offshore wind supply InteraCtIve new suppliers, what key services they • Examine how ‘non-recourse’ bank loans panel affect the whole planning, procurement, chain: A perspective on sessIon look for and what criteria the supplier will the opportunities for need to fulfil construction and operation stages of an • Understand the importance of locality, offshore project and why this affect development overall revenue location and flexibility for developers when • Analyse how the market for offshore wind making decisions on contracts • Find out how a non-recourse financed has grown and find out whether the targets project looks at all opportunities to save • See how to gauge a developers needs prior that have been set are realistic cost and how these can be used within your to first contact to improve your chances of • Examine the governmental incentives winning contracts finance strategy in place for the expansion of new • 10 years of lessons! Discover the risk and manufacturing facilities in the UK and niels Möller Jensen, Director, Head of Technology & Procurement, mitigation procedures you can implement consider how this will benefit the entire on your next offshore wind project, and how value chain Vattenfall Wind Power these can be spread across the supply chain • See how co-ordination between all key stakeholders can help overcome the A best practice guide to risk adverse preben poulsen, Project Director, Belwind logistical and strategic challenges for the collaboration in the supply chain manufacture, installation and grid integration Long-term financing of offshore wind farms • Discuss options for locating suitable partners strategies for offshore InteraCtIve and how you can share a common financial Mike Bartley, Head of Energy Team London, panel benefit wind farms sessIonUK Trade & Investment • Explore how transparency in your • Discover how public and private John Westwood, Chairman, partnership can lead to overall cost and risk Douglas Westwood partnerships will continue to aid the long- reductions term financing of offshore wind farms, and robert Gross, Head of Technology and Policy • Real life case studies exploring the what role 3rd parties will have to play in Assessment, UK Energy Research Centre challenges you can expect from a Round 3 ian Bonnon, Head of Offshore Wind, collaboration within the offshore wind sector, • Find out how financing is linked to technical GL Garrad Hassan and how you can overcome them risk, design risk and construction risk and *still considering speaking proposals* learn how to undertake an appropriate Manufacturing facility if interested, please contact Ben satchwell on resource assessment to mitigate this and expansion from GE Case bring credibility to your project +44 207 3757 163 studyWind Energy • Find out what options there are to raise capital for your projects, and what investors • Get the latest on GE plans to Proven contract and risk mitigation expand their services within the UK and will require in return for their investment strategies – a contractors view point what requirements they need in order to sean Mclaughlin, Partner, make this a reality • Gain insight into realistic owner-project Challenge Capital LLP management requirements and what • Understand how GE Wind Energy systems can be utilised to avoid cost over- Jerome Guillet, experience, locally-sourced materials, and runs and severe delays Green Giraffe Capital Partners established skills base will enhance the supply chain within the UK • Look at the pros and cons of single preben poulsen, Project Director, Belwind contracts, multi contract packages and EPC • Hear how the cost of offshore wind solutions and weigh up which option is best toby coppel, Partner, Virgin Green Fund farms can be reduced with a well located for your company’s needs manufacturing facility • Discover how to assess each new project Uncovering the real riskskristian Holm, Offshore Product Deployment afresh: identify risk and negotiate prices in the offshore wind InteraCtIveManager, GE Wind Energy Offshore early in the procurement process for offshore panel success energy supply chain sessIon PROCUREMENT STRATEGIES ton Geul, Business Development Director, • Get insight into effective risk AND CONTRACT MANAGEMENT Visser & Smit Marine Contracting BV identification, assessment and ranking of severity which will help reduce overruns from Utility supply chain manage- the project onset Achieve cost reduction throughment: Lessons learned & Case • Discuss the real risks for financing offshore supply chain transparency wind projects and how you can allocate and practical solutions gained study • Get industry insight on how market and mitigate against them • Listen to a candid report of RWE’s conditions have shifted from a sellers to a • Understand how early investment in recent procurement experiences for their buyers market and how this will impact your structuring your team and securing offshore wind projects and find out how supply chain commercial arrangements can help you to they will be altering their strategy for future • See how greater transparency and achieve your financing and business goals projects knowledge sharing with your suppliers • Get a unique insight into what RWE has can reduce CAPEX and OPEX costs while Jatin sharma, done to mitigate supply chain risks and how maintaining your profit margins Head of Offshore Renewables, G Cube this helped drive down costs through the • Discover how pre-qualification of your Michael Buckle, project lifecycle suppliers can achieve competition in the Executive Director• Find out why, from the perspective of a supply chain leading to reduction in overall & Head of Renewables, Willis Utility, better supply chain engagement project costs Michael Frampton, Associate, delivers a greater certainty of outcomes London Offshore Consultants *still considering speaking proposals*Björn przygodda, Procurement, if interested, please contact Ben satchwell on adrian Humphreys, Technical LossHead of Offshore, RWE Innogy GmbH +44 207 3757 163 Adjustor – Renewables, Integra SAVE up to £350 - register TODAy: Visit www.windenergyupdate.com/supply
  • 5. An industry led agenda tailored only to the offshore supply chain SUITABILITY OF SKILLED Vessel suitability: Prepare Ramping up the supply of AC and DC PEOPLE, PORTS & HARBOURS yourself for the production InteraCtIve subsea cables ahead of demand panel AND VESSELS ramp up sessIon • Hear how JDR Cable Systems investment • Discuss what new purpose built will ease the perceived subsea cable Overcoming the demand for offshore production bottleneck in the UK, and how vessels are in production, how shipyards skills, experience and capabilities are coping with manufacture and what the they plan to expand for the upcoming Round • Evaluate the most significant bottlenecks likely delivery timelines are considering the 3 projects in skill shortages and consider what you demand • Discover the main advantages of can do to prevent this from affecting your • Discover how new build vessels will quicken collaborating with cable contractors at an projects the delivery of offshore projects and how early stage and how this will help with the • How to work with the government and costs can be dramatically reduced level of large scale projects in the pipeline educational establishments to resource • Understand why there are benefits to be had • Get first hand insight into the suitability of skilled people in time for your offshore from a long term agreement with a supplier projects the workforce to man the vessels, and why some crews are more effective in their skill and how this can help streamline the supply • Understand where organisations have chain process set than others collaborated on key issues relating to engineering and professional development carsten Heymann, Managing Director, patrick phelan, Managing Director, and be the first to find out where progress BELUGA HOCHTIEF Offshore JDR Cables is being made paul Gibson, Chairman, MPI OffshoreBob Granger, Business Development High Voltage electricalManager– Renewables, component supply updateNational Skills Academies SUPPLY OF OFFSHORE WIND InteraCtIve • Gain up-to-the-minute paneldr simon Harrison, Head of Renewables, TECHNOLOGIES sessIonMott Macdonald information on plans to expand Offshore turbines of the future: HV manufacturing facilities and Port and harbour facilities Proving technology ahead of demand how you can benefit from this - how they can streamline InteraCtIve • Get expert insight on how HV systems can • Planning for expansion – see how OEMs will your supply chain panel be standardised to reduce overall costs of sessIon maximise their economies of scale to keep offshore wind projectsprocedures up with the growing demand for offshore turbines • Understand how engineering support and • Understand the importance of selecting certification support could help alleviate the the right port and how this can be utilised • Look at the offshore wind turbine that are growing demand for HV electrical systems to reduce project cost, and streamline the currently in development and find out when construction process from procurement to these models will be considered ‘proven stefan Jonsson, Group Vice President, installation technology’ Head of Offshore Wind Connections,• Analyse the current lay down facilities, lifting • Understand how to mitigate perceived risk in ABB capabilities, quayside and frontage of the new technology and see what you can do to Matthew knight, Business current UK ports and how these can benefit avoid this impacting your business Development Manager, your offshore development Siemens Transmission & Distribution José luis Blanco, Managing Director,• Get expert insight on where local Offshore, Gamesa richard cooke, Sales Director Wind, manufacturing is at a level to cope with the needs of the offshore wind industry kristian Holm, Offshore Product Deployment Solar & Biomass Power Generation, Manager, GE Wind Energy Offshore Alstom Gridpatrick Walters, Commercial Director,Associated British Ports With additional participation fromJerry Hopkinson, Managing Director, Bulks, global OEMsPorts and Logistics, PD Ports Ensure the timely deliverydennis Henderson, Group Business of high quality foundations InteraCtIveDevelopment Director, Peel Ports and towers panel sessIonHow to leverage and implement the • Find out how the challenges of knowledge and experience from the purchasing large quantities of steel for manufacturing can be overcome oil & gas industry through engagement with your steel • See how the marine technology skills and foundation supplier at an early stage expertise pioneered in oil and gas are • Discover the developments underway to important in the design, installation and align the supply chain, the solutions for maintenance of offshore wind farms quayside mass manufacture and assembly • Analyse how the oil & gas supply chain of offshore wind foundations experience have evolved over the last 40 years, and what strategies can be • Look at the benefits of new foundation implemented immediately to alleviate some fabrication strategies and logistics and how of the offshore wind challenges today being adaptable can reduce risk • Discover how to apply the transferrable russell codling, Strategy Development, expertise and short cuts learned from oil and Tata Steel gas to offshore wind nick routledge, Business Development*still considering speaking proposals* Manager, Heerema Hartlepoolif interested, please contact Ben satchwell on alex dawson, CEO, TAG Energy Solutions+44 207 3757 163 Reserve your place today - call +44 (0)207 375 7575
  • 6. Learn from and network with only the finest people in the offshore wind sectorThe BesT way To neTwork OVER 2100 WIND INDUSTRy PROfESSIONALS hAVE ATTENDED…is with FREE drinks! OUR CONfERENCES, INCLUDING...At the end of the day on 3TIER Sepam National Grid Offshore2nd March you’ll have the Green Giraffe Corus The Crown Estateopportunity to get face Power@Sea Mainstream Renewable Fabricomtime with all delegates, A2SEA Power Natural Resource Solutionsspeakers and sponsors. GustoMSC Sgurr Energy Transmission CapitalMake the most of our Principle Power DEME Ferguson Modularnetworking drinks party. ABB Mammoet Europe Niels WintherBuild new business Harland & Wolff Heavy Sgurrenergy Trillium Power Windrelations that will make Industries Deutsche Bank Corporationthe conference all the Red7marine Limited Marine Scotland Fluormore worthwhile! ABS Consulting Siemens Financial Services Nobel Denton Heerema Marine Dexia Credit Local Contractors VALEOL Masdar REDS Foundocean Siemens Wind Power Nordic Offshore READ WhAT yOUR PEERS Alstom HMRC DNV Master Marine Van Oord Dreging andThOUGhT Of PAST EVENTS… Renewable Energy SKM Marine Contractors Systems Fred. Olsen Windcarrier Dong Energy Aon Renewable Energy NorWind MCT Brattberg HR Wallingford Vestas China Overall an excellent event and Skykon REpower Systems Funa networking opportunity Douglas-Westwood AREVA NRG Bluewater Wind Met Office Ivan Ostvik, NorWind Iberdrola Renovables Smulders Projects Vestas Offshore RWE Npower Renewables Gamesa DSB Offshore Areva T&D Metoc Offshore Wind logistics IHC Offshore Wind Informative, interesting, educational RWE Offshore Logistics Statkraft UK Visser & Smit Marine & will be returning Dutch Offshore Innovators Contracting Company Julien Gatesoupe, Nass et Wind Minelco GCube AWS Truepower Intellifast Statoil One North East Saipem E.ON Climate & Voith Turbo Wind Renewables GE Wind Ballast Nedam Offshore Well organised and good Inwind Ministry of Economic Ontario Ministry of Energy cross section of industry Development and Trade and Infrustructure Samsung Heavy Industries representatives. Stoel Rives Vos Prodect Innovations Beluga Chartering Matthew Rowland, EDF Energy Renewables JDR Cable Systems Geo-Marine Mitsubishi Heavy Industries GCube Underwriting Limited Scottish Development Parsons Brinckerhoff Subocean Group Limited International Warwick Energy EDP Renovaveis Black & Veatch GeoSea Moffatt & Nichol JR Ship Brokers & PGE Renewable Energy CO A must-see event for anyone involved in Consultants Subsea 7 Wave Wind LLC Offshore Wind Energy construction Scottish Power EnBW Mott MacDonald Gifford Pieter Dehaene, Electrawinds NV Blue H Group Svitzer Marine Pinsent Masons Jumbo Offshore Eneco Wind and Water Maritime SeaEnergy Renewables Moventas Wind Consultants Blue Offshore The event will get bigger every Korean Register of SWAY GL Garrad Hassan year for certain Shipping Envirolink Northwest PMSS Robert Van Der Loos, Breakbulk & Offshore Wind Seajacks MPI Offshore Wood Group Engineering Terminal Vlissingen Bluewater Wind Swiber Holdings Global Marine Energy La Compagnie Du Vent ETI Port of Tyne Seatower MT Hojgaard World Wind Energy BVG Associates Technip France Association Very useful event to gain insights LEEDCo European Investment Bank Grand Port Maritme du into the experience and progress of Seaway Heavy Lifting Narec Capital Havre the key players in offshore wind Carbon Trust Tetra Tech Poseidon Offshore James Procter, Euskal/T M Stainless London Array Limited Euskal Forging XEMC Darwind Much more than a conference... sign up today for excellent networking opportunities
  • 7. Save Offshore Wind Energy Up TO £250 Supply Chain Conference See below for more details 2nd – 3rd March 2011 | The reGenTs Park MarrioT, LondonThis is your unique code ThaT saves you £50* code:Just enter it online, quote it when book over the phone or in your email* Note: Code only applies to Platinum and Gold passes diamond Pass Platinum Pass Gold Pass • Access to all presentations and exhibition • Access to all presentations and exhibition • Access to all presentations and • Networking evening drinks reception on day one • Networking evening drinks reception on workshops • Lunch and refreshments day one • Networking evening drinks • Access to presentation slides after the conference • Lunch and refreshments reception on day one • access to enetworker (online delegate list and • Access to presentation slides after the • Lunch and refreshments meeting planner) conference • access to audio recordings from every session • access to enetworker (online delegate (worth £295) list and meeting planner) PLus! exclusive offshore standards, Permitting • access to audio recordings from every and Markets report from wind energy update session (worth £295) (worth £1495) Early Bird - £1,995 Early Bird - £995 Early Bird - £895 (Ends 14th Jan 2011) (Ends 14th Jan 2011) (Ends 14th Jan 2011) last chance - £2,095 last chance - £1,095 last chance - £995 (Ends 4th Feb 2011) (Ends 4th Feb 2011) (Ends 4th Feb 2011) Full price - £2,195 Full price - £1,195 Full price - £1,095 Choose one of the following payment options: Post conference materials Government Pass I enclose a cheque/draft for: £ ________________ • Access to presentation slides after the conference • As per GOLD pass but only (payable to FC Business Intelligence Ltd) • Access to audio recordings applicable to government from every conference session departments Please invoice my company: £ ________________ (all passes will be verified) Purchase Order No.:__________________________ Pass price - £295 Pass price - £595 Please charge my credit card: £ ________________ Amex Visa MastercardMr / Mrs / Ms / Dr: Full name:Company: Position/Title: Credit card number:Telephone: Fax: Expiry date:Email: Security Code (3 digits on the back of the card):Address: Name on card:Post Code: Country: Signature: 5 simple, safe and secure ways to book Terms & CondiTions Places are transferable without any charge. notice must be given in writing to info@windenergyupdate.com at least 7 days prior to the event start date to ensure that transferred places are OnLine: go to www.windenergyupdate.com/supply valid. Cancellations before 2nd February 2011 incur an administrative charge of 25%. if you cancel your registration on or after 2nd February emaiL: register@windenergyupdate.com 2011 we will be obliged to charge you the full fee. Please note - you must notify FC Business intelligence (holding company of Wind energy Update) CaLL: +44 (0) 207 375 7575 or 1800 814 3459 (USa) in writing, of a cancellation, or we will be obliged to charge you the full fee. The organizers reserve the right to make changes to the programme Fax: this form to +44 (0) 207 375 7576 or 1800 814 3460 (USa) without notice. FC Business intelligence takes every care to ensure that prices quoted are correct at time of publishing however, bookings will * maiL: this form to Wind energy Update, 7-9 Fashion Street, London, e1 6Px , UK only be accepted if there is no material error in the price advertised on the website. designed by www.thecreativetree.co.uk fax this form to +44 (0) 207 375 7576
  • 8. The UK’s leading conference in solving the offshore wind supply chain challenges Save Up TOOffshore Wind Energy £250Supply Chain Conference Look inside for further details2nd – 3rd March 2011 | The Regents Park Marriot, LondonBuild a confident and robust offshore wind supplychain for timely and cost effective project delivery Discover how to secure funding, manage contracts, THE BEST QUALIFIED SPEAKERS and procure reliable components and suitable SHARING THEIR KNOWLEDGE equipment for offshore wind success AND EXPERIENCE WITH YOU!ExpErt • Seize the opportunities within the offshore windspEakErs supply chain: Discover how to identify the opportunities and includE: development trends your business needs to take advantage of Björn Przygodda, over the next 5 years Head of Procurement, • Ports, harbours & manufacturing facilities 101: Offshore RWE Reduce lead times & costs and increase your capacity by Innogy understanding what port infrastructure will be developed, when and where Preben Poulsen • Ensure your supply of key components and hardware Project Director, Belwind ahead of the game: Discuss and debate how vessels, cables, HVDC systems and other essential offshore resources can be safeguarded for your next offshore wind projects Kristian Holm Offshore Wind • Evaluate tried and tested procurement strategies Deployment for acquiring offshore resources: Understand how to Manager, accelerate project delivery by getting first hand insight into what GE Wind Energy Offshore others are doing while searching for good new suppliers in a sea of choice Patrick Phelan • Calculate the most effective contracting models Managing Director, JDR Cable Systems for your next offshore project: Discover how to weigh up responsibility, cost and risk to ensure you maximise the profitability of your next offshore wind project Jerry Hopkinson Managing Director, • Eliminate risks early to reduce problems later: Bulks Ports & Understand how to identify, control and eliminate potential Logistics, problems early in the procurement stage to reduce the change of PD Ports project overruns or major cost escalation Exceptional Why this is not just another Offshore Wind Conference: opportunity to connect with market ✓ 250+ senior level offshore wind experts attending participants working ✓ Case studies from real life offshore wind projects to make offshore ✓ Meet and do business with the offshore wind energy supply chain wind a viable ✓ Over 12 hours of networking time to power your business forwards industry in the UK ✓ Must have business intelligence to improve your offshore strategy Hwa sup Jang, The finest quality offshore wind event dedicated to the ever Korean Register expanding offshore wind industry, and tailored to your Of Shipping every need. Simply unmissable! Visit www.windenergyupdate.com/supply today for the latest additions and updates