Ports For Future Offshore Wind


21-22 May 2013, Aberdeen, Scotland

Strategies to ensure smooth quayside transport & logistics for larger projects with bigger turbines

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There are so many considerations when choosing your port & making sure you have the facilities you need to install & then service offshore wind projects. As projects get bigger & parts increase in size & weight, even more questions come to the fore:

What do you really need from a port?

Is having a short distance to the site more important or the facilities in & around the port?

How can you best deal with storage as structures get heavier & larger?

What can ports throughout Europe provide for installation & O&M bases?

Join Windpower Monthly’s inaugural Ports For Offshore Wind Forum on 21-22 May 2013 in Aberdeen, Scotland to hear from & network with key representatives throughout the supply chain who are dealing with the logistical challenges faced when preparing your ports. Ensure operations run as smoothly as possible at your harbour to avoid delays & increased costs.

Are you a Ports & Terminals Manager or responsible for developing the
future infrastructure for offshore wind projects at your port?
If so, then contact Charles Edwards to hear about bespoke rates we can offer you. Email Charles.Edwards@haymarket.com or call +44 (0)20 267 4207.

If you would like to put yourself forward as a speaker for the event please contact Georgia McCollum on gm@windpowermonthly.com.

To showcase your port or the logistics services you offer please contact Raihan Chowdhury on rma@windpowermonthly.com or call +44 (0)20 8267 4337.

Delegate and General Enquiries

To register your place at this Forum, or for general enquiries please call us on +44 (0) 20 8267 4011 or email her at events@windpowermonthly.com, quoting reference “WPMWEB”.