Offshore Operations & Maintenance Forum (Offshore O&M)

Venue: London

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Sep 12, 2011 End Date/Time: Sep 14, 2011
Registration Date: Sep 14, 2011
Early Registration Date: Aug 12, 2011
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It is estimated by the Carbon Trust that O&M costs will add up to £2.9bn per year by 2050*. With these sums of money at stake you need to know that you are running best-practice maintenance strategies that are as cost effective as possible.

For this reason Windpower Monthly is running its inaugural Offshore Operations & Maintenance Forum on 12-14 September to give you the chance to learn all you need to know to optimise your offshore performance.

Key topics include:

Accessibility: as wind moves further offshore and into deeper waters, how must maintenance planning be adapted to optimise performance?

Reliability: what kind of reliability figures are being seen now? How will new turbines increase reliability?

Maintenance Strategies: how should you be planning your scheduled and unscheduled maintenance? How can you avoid numerous trips to the site?

Costs: what are the true costs going to be? How can OpEx costs be reduced?


PLUS: Pre-Event Workshop

12 September 2011, Wolverton House, London

Making Sense Of Your SCADA & Condition Monitoring Data To Understand Your Assets & Adapt Your Offshore O&M Strategy

In the offshore wind environment Condition Monitoring and SCADA data become invaluable tools for O&M, with their potential to minimize trips to the site & indicate problems before they become failures. In this unique workshop discover how to improve your use of SCADA and Condition Monitoring data for offshore wind farms during an afternoon of learning and industry benchmarking.