Ports For Future Offshore Wind

21 May 2013 - 22 May 2013
Windpower Monthly
Aberdeen, Scotland


Building the right port environment could make all the difference to the success of your offshore logistics. As projects get larger & turbines get bigger, arrangements become more complex.


Ensure you have all of the information you need around what facilities & strategies you need in place to make your quayside logistics as smooth as possible at Windpower Monthly’s inaugural Ports For Future Offshore Wind Forum on 21-22 May in Aberdeen, Scotland.


This is a unique event looking at ports need for projects throughout Europe which will include the following must-see sessions:

  • DONG Energy gives their first account of life at Belfast harbour, which has been up & running as their construction hub since November 2012.
  • Vattenfall reveals how they are reducing risk in the logistical flows between the supplier & the quay site through their ‘Supply Chain Review’.
  • RWE, RES Offshore & AREVA discuss what make a port suitable for a project, debating key areas such as local skills, harbour facilities, distance from site & mooring conditions.
  • BOW Terminal & Port of Amsterdam Association talk through the facilities they have for offshore wind work at their ports so that you can see if they would be suitable for your projects.


This is just a snapshot of what is going on over these 2 days, so please visit www.offshorewindports.com to see the full agenda & speaker line-up & secure your place.

Phone +44 (0)20 8267 4011, events@windpowermonthly.com

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