Vessels and Access forum 2018

Windpower Monthly Vessels And Access Forum

THE Vessels & Access community event for professionals involved in offshore wind projects is back and is here to help you address and overcome vessel access challenges and satisfy your hunger for new solutions.

What's in store for 2018?

Vessels and access is one of the most important topics for offshore wind. Construction, operations, maintenance and decommissioning are all dependent on the types of vessels and access systems being used.

Will you be able to keep up with construction demands and will the supply chain be big enough to support new wind farm construction plans?  

Wind farms are constantly being built in smarter and more innovative and efficient ways and with turbines growing in size every year, new considerations must be made for the vessels and access systems being used.

How will you win and deliver new contracts as the offshore wind farm construction industry grows?

Come and hear:

  • Best practice from others dealing in operations
  • The latest innovative in technology and access systems
  • Case studies on how they are being used
  • Discussion on the future as turbines grow in size and project further and further offshore
  • Understand the current trends in the industry
  • What developers want or expect from their vessels, such as size, equipment, capabilities, ability to save money, extra tailor-made systems

Contact

The 2018 Vessels & Access Forum is in development.  Please get in touch with the relevant contacts on our team to discuss opportunities for involvement:

Sponsorship:  Warren Wilkinson,  Account Manager  , E:   warren.wilkinson@  haymarket.com , T:   +44 (0) 20 8267 4097

Speaking opportunities: Dominic Coyne, Portfolio Manager, E:   dominic.coyne@haymarket.com , T:  +44 (0)20 8267 4208

Media partnerships:  Susanne Kinnaird, Marketing Manager, E:    susanne.kinnaird@haymarket.com , T:   +44 (0)20 8267 4837

Need more reasons to join us? Well, don’t take our word for it. We always prefer to let our community do the talking, so here’s what they thought about our meeting: 

“Very interesting and exciting conference, will be back next year! Networking possibilities were simply great!”
Project Manager, Frisia-Offshore

Good crowd, good content and great venue
Seazip Offshore Service

“The right people in one room”
Technical Project Manager, Siemens

“Pathfinding of offshore wind farms for the related bodies”
Director, Marine Div. G Manager, Tokyokisen Co. Ltd

“Interesting developers introduced each year”
ECN

“Very informative, with a host of expert speakers covering the full spectrum of topics relating to vessels and access”
Broker, Clarkson Platon

THE AUDIENCE: