Operational Advances in Offshore Wind Vessels
With a drive towards renewable forms of energy, the last few years has seen huge investment on a European wide scale in creating large wind farms off the coast of a number of European countries. The result has been the need for a specialised fleet of vessels to install and service these wind farms. The need to transfer both equipment and manpower in a safe and efficient manner has led to calls for more stringent health & safety guidelines and industry wide debate on how best to apply existing IMO instruments on operational activities. This conference will give a special focus to operational techniques used within this specialised area, highlight the developments in IMO regulation and consider contractual and financing options for new vessels.
KEY PRESENTATIONS THIS YEAR INCLUDE:
- Operational Experiences in New Installations
- Regulations for a Developing Industry
- Ensuring Crew Safety: How is This Best Accomplished?
- Improving Turbine Access in Harsh Deep-water Conditions
- Highlighting the need for High-Speed Vessels within the Offshore Wind Industry
WHO SHOULD BE ATTENDING?
ACI’s meetings are strictly end-user focussed …
Delegates will be drawn from Vessels Owners, Managers and Operators, Shipbuilders, Shipyards, Designers, Energy Companies, Charterers, Naval Architects, Engineers, Classification Societies, Brokers, Repairing Companies and Vendors
OPPORTUNITIES TO MEET YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE
To register or find out more information, you can contact:
Tel: + 48 61 646 9780