Offshore Cable Installation, Engineering & Maintenance Forum
|Event Date/Time: May 29, 2012||End Date/Time: May 30, 2012|
|Registration Date: May 29, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: Apr 17, 2012|
Cables on offshore wind farms are notoriously difficult to install and maintain with the critical consequences of cable damage or failure that could halt power generation. The programme for 2012â€™s event has been carefully researched with over 50 offshore wind energy professionals to make sure you find the solutions to your biggest challenges and gain insights into hot-button issues throughout the lifetime of the cable, including:
What will future cables look like & how will installation & long-term power generation be improved to avoid the common failures happening today?
Developing a quick, efficient cable installation strategy to reduce costs & ensure smooth operations
What tools & techniques could reduce insurance premiums?
Assessing cable burial needs & choosing the best trenching methods for different sites
Evaluating current & future cable protection systems to choose the correct solutions at the right cost
What vessel & access solutions are there for cable installation in far-offshore, deep water sites?
Identifying cost-effective tools for monitoring cable behaviour and failures during maintenance
Building a fast, robust cable repair strategy to reduce downtime
PLUS! Benefit from an in-depth briefing on 31 May where key industry stakeholders will debate how standards for cable specification, installation & maintenance would reduce costs and what these standards should look like.
This forum is perfect for representatives from developers/project owners, WTG OEMS, and cable manufacturers and installers with the following job titles:
Operations & Maintenance