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Vessels & Access Forum

  1. 1. Book before 26 January & Save up to £350! Brough t to you b Windpo y wer Monthl y Offshore Vessels & Access Effective Strategies To Increase Productivity & Reduce Costs Associated With Further Offshore & Deep Water Sites 6-8 March 2012 - The ILEC Conference Centre, London, UK Sponsored By: As the wind industry moves further offshore the accessibility challenge will only increase. Attend the leading event on vessels & access and gain valuable insights on: • Installation vessels: find the right solutions for further offshore sites, harsher weather & larger turbines • Access systems: transfer personnel quickly, efficiently & safely • O&M vessel spread strategy: discover the best options for future maintenance and the associated costs • Motherships: understand when they should be part of your vessel spread • Helicopters: assess the capabilities, uses & safety requirements for helicopters in offshore wind Plus! Dont miss the must-attend practical post-forum master class on 8 March - “Putting Together The Perfect Vessels Spread For A Variety Of Different Offshore Sites”Speakers Include: Chaired By: Find V. Poulsen Niels Emsholm Team Leader Operational Senior Project Manager Support, NordicPeter HodgettsMarine H&S Champion Phil de Villiers Niels Agner Jensen Offshore Wind Sr. Project Manager,Peter Owen Lloyd Accelerator Manager Team LeadHead of EHS Strategy Neal HenleyMichaela ODonohoe James Cotter Directorate of Airspace PolicyDirector, Offshore Offshore OperationsProgram Office Delivery Manager Stuart BrownKurt E. Thomsen Senior Engineer & Robin RedfernCEO Technical Team Leader Offshore O&M Analyst w w w. o f f s h o r e w i n d v e s s e l s . c o m
  2. 2. 11.50 The Windpower Interview: Making The Best Use Day 1 - Tuesday 6 March Of Weather Windows: Multiple Vessels Or Multipurpose Vessels? Interviewer: Lyn Harrison, Editorial Development Director,08.30 Registration & Morning Refreshments Windpower Monthly Interviewee: Kurt E. Thomsen, CEO, Advanced Offshore Solutions aps09.15 Chair’s Opening Remarks • Is the use of multiple vessels invariably more costly than use of a Find V. Poulsen, Senior Project Manager, Vattenfall Wind Power multipurpose vessel? • Up to what point does expanding the weather window by investing in better vessels pay off?09.25 Keynote: Installation Vessel Spread Strategy • Can large multipurpose vessels operate more effectively than Hans Nadolny, Head of Marine Operations, Siemens Wind Power A/S smaller specialised ships in a wider range of weather conditions? What choices have been made by Siemens during installation in • Do the cost benefits of streamlined logistics make use of multiple terms of: specialised vessels the obvious solution? • Turbine installation • Can a single multipurpose vessel be designed to undertake all or - the parameters used in deciding on the preferred vessels and most construction work? access solutions • What would a multipurpose vessel look like? • Choosing the criteria for the numbers and types of vessels chartered – fixed or floating? • Gathering reliable data to be able to establish realistic project • Can construction vessels be cost-effectively converted for O&M timelines activities or is it cheaper to build specialist vessels? • Exploring surrounding circumstances and availability of vessels • What you should look at when assessing the quality of suppliers 12.35 Networking Lunch • How current choices about vessels have affected the ability to achieve installation deadlines 13.45 Access Systems Showcase: Transferring Personnel10.10 Morning Refreshments To Turbines Quickly, Efficiently & Safely Jan van der Tempel, CEO, Ampelmann Tony Trapp, CEO, OSBIT Power10.50 Installation Vessels Showcase: Finding Solutions For Further Offshore Sites, Harsher Weather & To join this panel please contact Michael Baker at +44 (0)20 8267 4847 or email mb@windpowermonthly.com. Larger Turbines Ole Jacob Wang Nielsen, Regional Manager, A2SEA • How can different concepts improve safety during transfer fromTo join this panel please contact Michael Baker at +44 (0)20 8267 4847 or vessels to turbines and back again?email mb@windpowermonthly.com. • What conditions can these concepts be used in? – looking beyond 2m significant wave height – coping with limitations such as rolling, wave period, wave This session will showcase the different concepts in the market direction, current etc. today and in the future regarding the following specifications: • Exploring the reliability of different systems to ensure • Size breakdowns do not reduce accessibility • Load capabilities • Which vessels can they be attached to and why? • Installation cycle times • Which systems can safely and quickly transfer technicians from • Chartering strategies the vessels to the turbines without contact with the foundation • What conditions can they operate in? and boat landings? – significant wave height and wind speeds • Cost benefits • Fuel economy – price of the system vs. cost per technician hour • Passenger comfort • How will these concepts maintain necessary levels of safety in 14.45 The Future Of Health & Safety Regulations & rough sea states? Standards For Vessels & Access Systems Foundation Installation Vessels Peter Hodgetts, Marine H&S Champion, The Crown Estate • Which kinds of foundations can these vessels be used with? Teena Tillessen, Deputy Head of Department for Project – looking at options to standardise vessel design to install the Management of Merchant and Navy Vessels, various types of foundations Germanischer Lloyd Industrial Services GmbH • What loads will vessels exert on the foundations and how can Further panelists to be announced these be reduced? • Who will take the regulatory lead on health and safety for Cable Installation Vessels offshore wind project access? • What amendments need to be made in regulations and standards • Dealing with the shortage of cable installation vessels for health and safety on vessels & access for further offshore sites? • How are these vessels being built for both export and inter-array – if we move on from Construction Design and Management cable installation? (CDM) regulations what will replace them? – coping with longer, heavier export cables for far-offshore sites – how can new regulations be better tailored to the needs of – how can vessels remain nimble enough to manoeuvre in offshore wind? between turbines and not knock them in high sea states? – how can safety be increased without putting too many Wind Turbine Installation Vessels restrictions on operations or increasing costs? • How will these vessels cope with much higher loads from bigger – will significant wave height continue to be the main criteria offshore turbines? used when talking about safety? • Weighing up the qualities of jack-ups or floating vessels to • Understanding your health and safety responsibilities for both in- prevent damage to the site or cables and ensure stability house teams and contractors B o o k N o w ! V i s i t w w w. o f f s h o r e w i n d v e s s e l s . c o m
  3. 3. 15.30 Afternoon Refreshments • How are these concepts ensuring the safety of technicians? • Passenger comfort16.00 Round 3 Technical Challenges & The Latest - what can vessel designers meaningfully do to reduce seasickness and thus increase technician productivity? Innovation To Address The Issues In The New Marine Environment 10.25 Morning Refreshments Phil de Villiers, Offshore Wind Accelerator Manager, The Carbon Trust 11.05 Assessing The Options For Motherships: Should • What are the specific challenges of larger wind farms, further from They Be Part Of Your Vessel Spread? shore, in harsher ocean conditions? Stuart Brown, Senior Engineer & Technical Team Leader, • New approaches Sgurr Energy - moving from port-based to mothership-based O&M strategies • What are the different types of mother and daughterships? - adopting new types of vessels and transfer systems - craning and lifting vessels out of the water • Innovation in vessel and transfer system concepts - pulling vessels onto the stern - how do new concepts have the potential for improving access? - vessels that can dock inside the larger vessels in wet docks • The OWA perspective: update on the status of the thirteen - no docking at all innovative concepts that are being supported through the OWA • How could motherships and daughter craft reduce costs in - next steps for commercialisation installation & O&M? - if not, how is this being developed?16.30 Case Study: Developing & Choosing Support • What kind of crew transfer vessels can be used to support Vessel(s) At E.ON different mothership concepts? • Are the launch and recovery systems as safe, reliable and Niels Emsholm, Team Leader Operational Support, Nordic, compatible as they need to be for the deployment of motherships? E.ON Climate & Renewables • Cost vs. functionality 11.40 The Options, Costs & Safety Needs For – how have E.ON prioritised different criteria when choosing support vessels for their projects? Accommodation At Far-Offshore Sites • Exploring the effect of the E.ON regional approach James Cotter, Offshore Operations Delivery Manager, RWE Innogy • Market development • When would a fixed platform or a vessel be more suitable for – how have changes in the market influenced decisions? your project? • Industrialisation via contracting strategy - costs of the structure • Helicopters and accommodation: are they a choice or necessity? - navigating the complex design issues • Exploring E.ON’s vessel strategy choices for Round 2 and beyond - assessing the particular safety risks into new offshore projects • What standards will crew want and expect? - when and how long will crew be living out there?17.15 End Of Day 1 - comfort and facilities - complying with labour laws - how will salary requirements be affected by asking technicians Day 2 - Wednesday 7 March to live offshore? • Building and maintaining health and safety practices for technicians living on project sites08.30 Delegate Sign-In & Morning Refreshments 12.25 Networking Lunch09.15 Chair’s Opening Remarks Niels Emsholm, Team Leader Operational Support, Nordic, 13.25 Exploring The Capabilities & Uses Of E.ON Climate & Renewables Helicopters For Far-Offshore Wind Sites To Discover If They Are Cost Effective09.25 O&M Support Vessels Showcase: Examining Robin Redfern, Offshore O&M Analyst, GL Garrad Hassan Specifications & Costs To Build The Best Vessel • Strategic choices around helicopter usage Strategy For Future Maintenance - what operations require the use of helicopters? - what different kinds of helicopters need to be employed andTo join this panel please contact Michael Baker at +44 (0)20 8267 4847 or why?email mb@windpowermonthly.com. - how can they work with vessels? • Will helicopters ever be used instead of vessels or will they • What different concepts are being designed and built for offshore continue to serve a different purpose? wind farm maintenance? • Capabilities - size - safely maximising the numbers of technicians and loads that - load and technician capacities can be carried - contracting strategies • Practicalities of using helicopters - fuel economy - what do you do with the helicopter once you are there? Will it • Cost considerations with different strategies just stay there and hover whilst you work? • What conditions can they operate in? - how can they refuel when working far offshore - significant wave height - where should they be landed? - wind conditions • Cost-benefit analysis • What is the reliability of these vessels? - cost of hire vs. reduced turbine downtime: does the speed of - impact of vessel downtime on wind farm productivity access make up for higher initial prices? - assessing the particular requirements of engines for - when using support vessels to maintain safety how is the cost- maintenance work effectiveness of helicopters affected? Book Now! Call +44 (0)20 8267 4011
  4. 4. Helicopter Safety Update & What14.10 Is Being Done To Reduce Risk Access Strategy Peter Owen Lloyd, Head of EHS Strategy, Siemens Wind Power A/S Neal Henley, Directorate of Airspace Policy, Scenarios Master Class Civil Aviation Authority • How can you use helicopters in the safety role? Putting Together The Perfect Vessels Spread For - risk scenarios A Variety Of Different Offshore Sites - lessons from oil and gas • What are the regulatory expectations from key 8 March 2012, The ILEC Conference Centre, London stakeholders such as the CAA, coastguard and HSE? 09.00-12.30 (registration begins at 08.30) - how do you work around the regulatory hurdles with minimum impact on operations? • Work undertaken with RenewableUK14.55 Afternoon Refreshments15.25 Exploring Future Port Needs To Successfully Build Your Infrastructure For Installation & O&M Michaela ODonohoe, Director, Offshore Program Office, Gamesa Corporación Tecnológica • How can cost be reduced by making the right Facilitator: port choices? • What facilities will be needed for installation Stuart Brown, Senior Engineer & Technical Team Leader, Sgurr Energy and O&M of bigger turbines and bigger vessels? Stuart has been involved with many different projects in various marine - space, quay walls and water depth conditions as a project manager. He has attended detailed technical - how does moving further from shore affect port needs? meetings, factory visits and turbine design presentations by the leading - what are the possibilities of avoiding ports manufacturers, as well as offshore site visits testing new O&M vessels, hotel and having components delivered straight to and SOV vessel concepts, harbour and port facilities, and access systems. your project? • What are the location needs for planned projects? This master class will work you through real-life case studies and risk - distance from project site - local facilities for business and manufacture scenarios around offshore accessibility. Gain key practical and strategic • Economy of scale: will there be a chance to share tools on how to put together your vessels strategies, no matter what facilities between different operators and kind of project sites you are working on. During this highly-interactive developers? peer-to-peer experience exchange the following will be addressed: • What investment is being made in ports for R3- like projects? - what can be done to improve suitability • Introduction to the major & minor considerations underlying without major development of current access strategy choice ports? - the importance of turbine choice for O&M in addition to energy yield, cost, permitting constraints and bankability15.55 Keynote: O&M Vessel Spread - whole of life costing approaches to asset management as opposed Strategy to treating construction and maintenance as two separate Niels Agner Jensen, Sr. Project Manager, Team considerations Lead, DONG Energy - the challenges of mixed-model / mixed-generation sites There are lots of choices for transportation and - clustering & asset and skills-sharing for economies of scale logistics in the O&M phase: how have DONG built their strategies and implemented lessons learned from previous offshore operations? • New technological developments & considerations such as • Exploring whether the strategy involved bigger floating WTGs and wave devices or smaller service vessels • What challenges have been faced? • Specific interactive worked examples • Why did or didn’t DONG choose helicopters? - easy scenario: nearshore/estuary-based with shorter travel, tides, • Discussing the accommodation options that DONG have chosen mud and lots of nearby vessel traffic • What processes have been used to come to these - medium scenario: medium distance/ more sheltered waters and decisions? marginal for workboats and with the greatest number of alternative options16.30 End Of Day 2 - challenging scenario: far-shore/worst-case environment which involves living and working offshore B o o k N o w ! V i s i t w w w. o f f s h o r e w i n d v e s s e l s . c o m
  5. 5. Offshore Vessels & Access Effective Strategies To Increase Productivity & Reduce Costs Associated With Further Offshore & Deep Water Sites 6-8 March 2012 The ILEC Conference Centre, London, UK Windpower Monthly is the leading industry publication Forthcoming events from Windpower Monthly Forums: with over 25 years in the market. Windpower Monthly Forums focus on Wind Farm Cable Installation and bringing industry professionals together to provide an agenda-free platform to Protection Workshop exchange experience, benchmark and 29 Feb 2012, London discuss cutting-edge solutions to today’s – and tomorrow’s – industry challenges. All presentations are developed through in- Wind Resource Assessment Conference depth research with the core market and vetted by senior 27-28 March 2012, London wind practitioners to ensure content that is technical, solution-focused and reflective of the session description. Offshore Cable Installation, Engineering & Maintenance Forum 22-23 May 2012, London Find us on LinkedIn - Windpower Monthly Wind Energy Insurance Forum Follow us on Twitter - June 2012, London @WPMEvents “ Professional and well organised” Dong Energy A/S “ Perfect networking opportunities” Damen “ Very good event. Well organised and well attended”Who Should Attend? Submarine Technology “From Owner/Operator/Utility/ISPDirectors/Heads/Manager of: Thanks for this conference – keep these• Engineering • Site coming on a yearly basis and inform us• Marine • Contracts please!”• Health & Safety • Construction Siemens Wind Power• Procurement • Ports• O&M • Logistics• Project • Supply chain Media Partners:Commercial Opportunities:Want to build your reputation and increase your reach amongst offshore wind professionals at the premier event coveringoffshore vessels & access? If so, then call Michael Baker to discuss the options available for pre-event and on-the-dayexposure as a sponsor of this event. Contact Michael Baker on +44 (0)208 267 4847 or email mb@windpowermonthly.com Book Now! Call +44 (0)20 8267 4011
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