Offshore Wind Logistics 2011

Venue: The Montegue

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jan 19, 2011 End Date/Time: Jan 20, 2011
Registration Date: Jan 19, 2011
Early Registration Date: Oct 15, 2010
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The new phase of offshore wind farm development provides a huge new commercial opportunity for wind developers. Investors are being put off by the new risks associated with working in deeper waters, further from shore and with bigger equipment. It is essential to secure a robust logistics strategy now to reduce risks, which will encourage vital investment.

Issues of vessel shortages, new technology, new environmental conditions, risk management and Health and Safety policy must be tackled if projects are to be completed on schedule and renewable energy targets are to be met.

Why attend Offshore Wind Logistics 2011?
Attend the only event to focus directly on offshore wind logistics for Round 3 wind farms
Putting the issue of vessel shortages under the spotlight
To hear the latest developments in vessel and turbine technology
To learn from offshore wind farm projects that are operational and have already tackled the logistics challenge
To get fresh ideas from other industries who have practical experience in managing a complex logistics strategy and supply chain
Leave the meeting with a surplus of new ideas, updates and contacts to take back to your organisation
Who should attend?
Logistical providers
Representatives from local authorities
Vessel owners and operators
Heavy lift owners and operators
What the agenda will cover
Attend Offshore Logistics 2011 and learn:

How to deal with the issue of vessel shortages: what are your options and which solution will work for you?
What new technologies are available that will enhance your wind farm capabilities and reduce your construction period
The latest update from governing bodies on renewable energy policy
How to manage your work force
How to factor in the risks posed by new, unchartered environmental conditions
How to establish a Health and Safety policy and negate the need for the HSE to regulate
How taking a collaborative approach as an industry could maximise productivity and reduce costs
Cutting edge case studies from with the wind industry and from other relevant industries