Making better use of weather windows is crucial for improving performance on your wind projects. When planning your vessel and access strategies how do you weigh up increasing possible work hours vs. CAPEX vs. safety?
Book your place today to hear from 21 key industry speakers from 7 countries at Windpower Monthly’s Offshore Vessels & Access Forum in London on 6-7 March. Build the contacts and knowledge needed to make the right choices for the lifetime of your projects by connecting with developers, OEMs, and vessel and access system designers and operators at this event.
Hot-button topics being covered include:
- O&M support vessels – find out about 3 sets of vessels designed to keep your projects up and running in all winds and weathers
- Installation vessel spread – quiz 3 designers on how their vessels will make installation faster and safer
- Safe, efficient personnel transfer – see 3 innovative access systems put through their paces
- Helicopters – gain updates on the helicopter industry and how these developments will make them more viable for offshore wind
- Health and safety – explore the future of standards for offshore vessels, access systems & helicopters
Also, hear case studies from:
- Siemens discussing the vessel choices they have made for installation
- DONG and E.ON revealing their support vessel strategies for the O&M of their projects
PLUS: Join a select group on 8 March for our must-attend post-forum workshop of case studies and interactive scenarios which aims to help you put together the perfect vessels spread for a variety of different offshore sites.
At our 2011 Forum over 100 senior-level offshore wind professionals gathered to discuss access needs and solutions. To see the 2011 website, please click here.
Delegates from that event said the following:
Very good event. Well organised and well attended
Very useful, major industry players present
Our research this year has revealed that logistics for accessibility is becoming increasingly challenging so don’t miss Offshore Vessels & Access 2012 in London in March.