What are the Round 3 timelines for Navitus Bay and how can port infrastructure meet their requirements?
Windpower Monthly’s 2nd Annual Ports for Future Offshore Wind Forum will present Round 3 plans for the EDF/ENECO joint venture in Navitus Bay. Also under focus will be how ports can accommodate future O&M and installation portside requirements.
- Navitus Bay's Round 3 timelines and service requirements
- Logistical solutions for portside mega-tonne installations
- Heavy lift methods for avoiding infrastructural damage from gravity based foundations
- Bearing capacities for safe quayside jack-ups
- Streamlining wind farm marine operations
This conference is unique in focusing on the practical issues involved in ports’ readiness for Round 3. Delegates from across the supply chain will interact to discuss the logistical portside solutions to offshore wind challenges.
- Sean Matthews, Project Engineer, EDF
- Kenneth Svendsen, Head Of Construction (EMEA Offshore), Siemens Wind Power
- Niels Brix, Vice President, Seatower
- Andreas Rosponi, Managing Director, Overdick GmbH & Co. KG
- Peter Robert, Business Development Manager, Damen Shipyards
Chairman: Andrew Bellamy, Head of Industrial Development,
who should attend?
- Site Manager
- Head of Installation and Logistics / Offshore Logistics / Logistics Engineer / Heavy Lift
- Head of Operations / Marine Operations
- Port Manager
- Harbour Master
- Technical Manager (Ports)
- Project Director / Project Engineer / Project Manager
- Commercial Manager
- Offshore Development
- CEO (Ports)
- Offshore O&M
- Senior Manager (Developers and OEMs)
- Business Development
- Foundation Manufacturer