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  1. 1. OFFSHORE WIND EUROPE 2018 Conference & Exhibition - 27-28 November 2018 Novotel London West New Development Opportunities, Next Generation Technology and Innovative O&M Models for Greater Profitability For Developers Stay Ahead of the Zero Subsidy Curve - Engage with pioneering offshore wind leaders to learn how they are making the transition from CFDs to PPAs and how you can apply this to your business model Scaling Up and Next Generation Operation and Maintenance - Understand how the next generation of 10MW+ turbines are set to impact the supply chain so you can insulate yourself against risk and yield greater results New Frontiers and Market Opportunities - Keep up with the latest market opportunities in Europe and beyond. Plan to diversify your portfolio and position your business for maximised revenue generation For Operators Legacy Offshore O&M - Understand how the evolving development landscape will impact legacy projects and explore ways for cost reduction on various O&M solutions from blades through to foundations and cabling Automating Offshore Wind - Discover which automated technologies are set to revolutionise the industry and how these will help reduce expenditure in costly areas The Data Revolution - Harness the full potential of your assets by exploiting data silos and understand how new software feeds back into optimised performance and profits TOP SPEAKERS LEADING THE CHARGE AT OFFSHORE WIND EUROPE Francois Van Leeuw CEO Parkwind HalfDan Brustad Vice President - Offshore Wind Equinor Hannah Konig Head of Wind and Maritime Technology EnBw João Paulo Costeira Chief Development & Chief Operating Officer Offshore EDP Renewables Danielle Lane Director - Offshore Wind Portfolio and Transactions Vattenfall Bart Oberink Head of Bid Programme Management innogy Ne EnergyUpdatevvEditable do not delete Outlined B U S I N E S S I N T E L L I G E N C E Organised by: KEY THEMES FOR 2018 TO HELP YOU UNLOCK YOUR FULL POTENTIAL: DEVELOP TOMORROW’S PROJECTS, OPTIMISE TODAY’S FLEET REGISTER BEFORE 05 OCTOBER AND SAVE £200: http://events.newenergyupdate.com/offshore 60+ SPEAKERS 500+ ATTENDEES 45% DEVELOPER ATTENDANCE 20hrs OF NETWORKING C-SUITE PRIVATE DINNER *INVITATION ONLY* FOR DEVELOPERS: Planning, Development, Construction & Supply Chain FOR OPERATORS: Legacy Project O&M Solutions, Asset Management, Data FOR FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND LEADERS: Deliver Commercial Floating Wind Projects THREE POWERHOUSE CONFERENCE TRACKS FOR 2018: PLUS A Two Day Floating Offshore Wind Conference - Learn why you should expand your portfolio into the floating offshore wind industry. Hear approaches to drive costs down, mitigate risk and fine tune solutions as we gear up for commercial floating offshore wind deployment Co-located with Floating Offshore Wind 2018
  2. 2. Ne EnergyUpdatevvEditable do not delete Outlined B U S I N E S S I N T E L L I G E N C E Organised by: WELCOME TO OFFSHORE WIND EUROPE 2018 A CENTRAL HUB FOR LEADERS IN EUROPEAN OFFSHORE WIND FOR OVER A DECADE The offshore wind industry has been revolutionised over the last decade, and European Offshore Wind has been there for it all. As it stands 16GW of operating offshore wind was installed in Europe by the end of 2017 and an estimated 230GW will need to be installed to reach the targets established at the Paris Agreement. Now, with low to subsidy-free offshore wind, the topic of much discussion, building offshore wind projects without government financial support has gone from a dream to reality. But it’s not for everyone and is the subject of much controversy. With zero-subsidy projects - a direct result of cost reduction in the supply chain and technological advancements such as larger turbines - risks are elevated both by the use of prototypical technology, and by efforts to cut costs throughout the development process and into the operational phase. Offshore Wind Europe is taking place at a critical point, with industry defining events such as the notable appearance of these zero subsidy bids; the rapid expansion of offshore wind into new markets such as the US, Japan and Taiwan, turbine sizes pushing beyond the 12MW threshold and floating wind ramping up towards commercialisation. There has never been a more interesting time to come together and discuss how all the above are going to impact budgets and delivering on plans. In light of this, Offshore Wind Europe is bringing together the leading project owners, innovative developers and ambitious operators under one roof to discuss how this pipeline will be developed and operated at its full potential, for companies of all stances. Europe’s only industry-defining meeting returns for its 10th year in 2018 with more case studies, key notes and networking opportunities than ever before. Over 350+ senior executives, from companies such as: Vattenfall, Innogy, EnBw, MHI Vestas, Eneco and Engie, will delve into how new global frontiers and cutting-edge technology will spearhead offshore wind into becoming the backbone to the future global energy supply. Bringing together such decision makers together, in this setting, at this time, will allow business development and information distribution to take place like no other. At Offshore Wind Europe, you will learn what this means for you and your business, no matter what walk of the offshore wind value chain you belong to. This means you will take away a comprehensive understanding of how to position yourself in this rapidly evolving market; insulating yourself from risk and maximising your revenue stream. MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS ALREADY INVOLVED Ben Stephenson Project Director/New Energy Update ben@newenergyupdate.com +44 (0)207 375 7586 You can reserve your place at this landmark event by visiting our website at: http://events.newenergyupdate. com/offshore See you in London on 27-28 November! FOR DEVELOPERS: Planning, Development, Construction & Supply Chain FOR OPERATORS: Legacy Project O&M Solutions, Asset Management, Data FOR FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND LEADERS: Deliver Commercial Floating Wind Projects THREE POWERHOUSE CONFERENCE TRACKS FOR 2018:
  3. 3. Ne EnergyUpdatevvEditable do not delete Outlined B U S I N E S S I N T E L L I G E N C E Organised by: INTRODUCING THE EXECUTIVE SPEAKER LINE UP FOR 2018 João Paulo Costeira Chief Development Officer & Chief Operating Officer - Offshore EDP Renewables Paolo Sammartino Executive Vice President US Wind Inc. Francois Van Leeuw CEO Parkwind Michael Splett Head of O&M Offshore EnBW Hannah Konig Head of Wind and Maritime Technology EnBw Danielle Lane Director – Offshore Wind Portfolio and Transactions Vattenfall Bart Oberink Head of Bid Management Innogy Halfdan Brustad Vice President – Offshore Wind Equinor Halvor Hoen Hersleth Operational Manager – Hywind Scotland Equinor Javier Torrijos Cuesta Executive Supply Chain Management E.ON Willem Jan van der Ven VP Operations Enbridge Robert Jones Lead Asset Performance Analysis Engineer Scottish Power Renewables Ruben Dijkstra Director – Offshore Wind Eneco Sebastian Bringsvaerd Project Director – Hywind Scotland Equinor Jean-Mathieu Kolb Project Director – EFGL Pilot Floating Wind Project Engie Cesar Yanes Director – ROMEO Project Iberdrola Noelia Abolafia Rodriguez Head of Energy Storage Equinor José Pinheiro Project Director EDP Renewables Ina Barge Lincklaen Arriëns Asset Manager Offshore Wind Eneco Joris Veldhoven CP Manager Wind Shell New Energies DEVELOPERS / OWNERS The Offshore Wind Europe, and Floating Offshore Wind conferences will draw individuals from the entire value chain – from Planning and Development through to O&M and Decommissioning. We aim to have an even mix of job functions from C-suite down to the Techs and Engineers that work on the intricacies of an Offshore Wind, or Floating Offshore Wind project. FOR DEVELOPERS: Planning, Development, Construction & Supply Chain FOR OPERATORS: Legacy Project O&M Solutions, Asset Management, Data FOR FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND LEADERS: Deliver Commercial Floating Wind Projects THREE POWERHOUSE CONFERENCE TRACKS FOR 2018:
  4. 4. Ne EnergyUpdatevvEditable do not delete Outlined B U S I N E S S I N T E L L I G E N C E Organised by: GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS & FINANCE Mandy King Environment and Decommissioning Energy Infrastructure Planning Team BEIS Doreen Abeysundra Managing Director Fresco Advisory Allan Baker Managing Director – Global Head of Power Societe Generale Lisa Mcdermott Executive Director – Renewables and Project Financing ABN AMRO Alessandro Boschi Head of Renewable Energy Division, European Investment Bank Keegan Kruger Wind Energy Associate Bloomberg New Energy Finance Clement Weber Director Green Giraffe Dominik Huebler Senior Economist NERA Economic Consulting Michael van der Heijden Managing Director Amsterdam Capital Partners CONSULTANTS & ADVISORS Bruce Valpy Managing Director BVG Associates Steen Brout Nielsen Vice President MAKE Consulting Rhodri James Manager of Policy The Carbon Trust Michael Stephenson Offshore Wind Associate The Carbon Trust Magnus Ebbesen Senior Consultant DNV GL Thomas Arensbach Senior Consultant K2 Consulting Andrew Kay O&M Strategy Manager Catapult Lauren Wheatley Director of Advisory and Analytics Natural Power Ursula Smolka Senior Engineer Ramboll Frank Gordon Policy Manager REA INTRODUCING THE EXECUTIVE SPEAKER LINE UP FOR 2018 The Offshore Wind Europe, and Floating Offshore Wind conferences will draw individuals from the entire value chain – from Planning and Development through to O&M and Decommissioning. We aim to have an even mix of job functions from C-suite down to the Techs and Engineers that work on the intricacies of an Offshore Wind, or Floating Offshore Wind project. FOR DEVELOPERS: Planning, Development, Construction & Supply Chain FOR OPERATORS: Legacy Project O&M Solutions, Asset Management, Data FOR FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND LEADERS: Deliver Commercial Floating Wind Projects THREE POWERHOUSE CONFERENCE TRACKS FOR 2018:
  5. 5. Ne EnergyUpdatevvEditable do not delete Outlined B U S I N E S S I N T E L L I G E N C E Organised by: Andrew Bellamy Co-Founder and Director 8.2 Aarufield Gavin Smart Head of Analysis & Insights ORE Catapult Uwe Knickrehm Managing Director Arbeitsgemeinschaft Offshore- Windenergie (AGOW) Mariana Heinrich Manager, Climate & Energy World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) Christos Kolliatsas Divisional Director Renewables Mott MacDonald Andy Geissbuehler Managing Partner Renewable Resources International LLC TURBINE MANUFACTURERS, CONTRACTORS AND SUPPLY CHAIN Jon Lerche Senior Lean Project Manager Siemens Gamesa Ranjit Mene Head of UK Offshore Sales Senvion Knut Vassbotn Head of Business Development Aker Solutions Marcus Sauln Senior European Sales Manager Aggreko James Young Chief Technology Officer JDR Cable Systems Bruno Geschier Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Ideol Dominique Roddier CTO and Director Principle Power Inc. Stephen Thompson Sales Manager Global Energy Group Alan Macleay Engineering Director Subsea7 Marc Guyot EOLINK S.A.S. INTRODUCING THE EXECUTIVE SPEAKER LINE UP FOR 2018 Who attends OWE? Geographic Breakdown: Attendees by Seniority: C-Level/ Director/ Board Level 28% Technical project 22% Senior Management 21% Business Development 19% Other 7% Marketing/ Comms 3% 16% North America 73% Europe 11% Asia Pacific Want to join these speakers on stage, or create a session/panel of your own? Contact ben@newenergyupdate.com The Offshore Wind Europe, and Floating Offshore Wind conferences will draw individuals from the entire value chain – from Planning and Development through to O&M and Decommissioning. We aim to have an even mix of job functions from C-suite down to the Techs and Engineers that work on the intricacies of an Offshore Wind, or Floating Offshore Wind project. FOR DEVELOPERS: Planning, Development, Construction & Supply Chain FOR OPERATORS: Legacy Project O&M Solutions, Asset Management, Data FOR FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND LEADERS: Deliver Commercial Floating Wind Projects THREE POWERHOUSE CONFERENCE TRACKS FOR 2018:
  6. 6. Ne EnergyUpdatevvEditable do not delete Outlined B U S I N E S S I N T E L L I G E N C E Organised by: REGISTER BEFORE 05 OCTOBER AND SAVE £200: http://events.newenergyupdate.com/offshore Keynotes and the Future of Offshore Wind OFFSHORE WIND EUROPE’S INDUSTRY TAILORED AGENDA - TACKLING THE BIGGEST ISSUES IN OFFSHORE WIND Offshore Wind: The Coming of Age? • Engage with pioneering offshore wind leaders to learn how they are making the transition from CFDs to PPAs and how you can apply this to your business model • Discover the current and future progress of the offshore wind industry within a wider market reality and how offshore wind will become the backbone to the future global energy supply • Hear how the demands of tendering bodies have shifted and the most effective ways to comply, ensuring that your projects lead the pack Mariana Heinrich, Manager, Climate & Energy, World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) João Paulo Costeira - Chief Development Officer & Chief Operating Officer - Offshore, EDP Renewables Paolo Sammartino, Executive Vice President, US Wind Inc. (Chief Development Officer & Chief Operating Officer, Renexia S.p.A.) What is the Deal with Zero Subsidy? • Debate the rationale for zero subsidy bids and understand the implications of moving from feed in tariffs to a pure merchant market • Learn how industry leading developers have bid at zero subsidy, and why they chose now to do so • Discover what developing at zero subsidy means, and how to insulate yourself against risk while maximising opportunity Chairman: Uwe Knickrehm Geschäftsführer, Managing Director, Arbeitsgemeinschaft Offshore-Windenergie (AGOW) Halfdan Brustad, Vice President – Offshore Wind, Equinor Danielle Lane, Director – Offshore Wind Portfolios and Transactions, Vattenfall Bart Oberink, Head of Bid Management, Innogy Ruben Dijkstra, Director – Offshore Wind, Eneco Operations & Maintenance After Zero Subsidy • Understand the unique opportunities to increase profits during the operations phase of a zero-subsidy project and ensure that margins do not suffer in an era of new financial dynamics • Identify where cost can be stripped without removing efficiency, which pre-build expenditures can be made to ensure long term profits, and what considerations will need to be made to protect the viability of bigger and better turbines Michael Splett, Head of Operations & Maintenance, EnBw New Frontiers - Where do we go from here? • Look at new opportunities outside of Europe’s conventional markets and discuss how to apply synergies vs. where do we need to learn all over again • Hear about the latest pipeline projects and explore the challenges and opportunities to reach operational efficiency at a fast place in new markets, from a business and operational point of view • To what extent is the famous EU learning curve transferable and where do we need to be specific about transferring skills vs. observing Steen Brout Nielsen, Vice President, MAKE Consulting Andy Geissbuehler, Managing Partner, Renewable Resources International LLC Investment at Grid Parity • Consider the future of an industry that may not rely on government subsidies and the investment opportunities that will take their place • Gain an understanding of the obligations and demands that will be required to secure future financial agreements • Awaken yourself to the pros and cons of an industry where conventional financing models will soon be outdated and where new models will require new skills and tools Moderator: Thomas Arensbach, Senior Consutlant, K2 Consulting Michael van der Heijden, Managing Director, Amsterdam Capital Partners Lisa Mcdermott, Executive Director – Renewables and Project Financing, ABN AMRO Keegan Kruger, Wind Energy Associate, Bloomberg New Energy Finance Dominik Huebler, Senior Economist, NERA Economic Consulting WORKSHOP: Challenges for offshore wind farm decommissioning – government and industry perspectives • Why we need to plan for decommissioning now • Cost drivers and opportunities for cost reduction • Building flexibility for end of life asset management – repowering and phased decommissioning. Mandy King, Environment and Decommissioning Energy Infrastructure Planning Team Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy Offshore Wind Leader’s Private Dinner* Invite only (Novatel London West - evening of 26/11/18) This is an invitation-only private dinner meeting for c-suite / high-level executive offshore wind leaders to discuss the expansion of European offshore wind and new opportunities in other markets, and to allow the fruitful exchange of plans and ideas over a gourmet 3-course meal.* 30 spaces available - invitation to be confirmed by New Energy Update only.
  7. 7. Ne EnergyUpdatevvEditable do not delete Outlined B U S I N E S S I N T E L L I G E N C E Organised by: FOR DEVELOPERS: Planning, Development, Construction & Supply Chain FOR OPERATORS: Legacy Project O&M Solutions, Asset Management, Data FOR FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND LEADERS: Deliver Commercial Floating Wind Projects THREE POWERHOUSE CONFERENCE TRACKS FOR 2018: DISCUSSIONS FOR DEVELOPERS (ROOM 1) Scaling up, Next Generation Technology & the Supply Chain Scaling up, Next Generation Technology & the Supply Chain • Introduce yourself to the new requirements that will come with escalation. Come to terms with how increases in scale will affect the relationship between developers and their supply chain • Understand the standards being considered from heads of procurement for use on bigger blades & bases, preparing you to plan projects without concern for financial insecurity Javier Torrijos Cuesta, Executive Supply Chain Management, E.ON Willem Jan van der Ven, Vice President – Operations, Enbridge Joris Veldhoven, CP Manager, Wind, Shell New Energies Stepping Up to 66kv Cabling/East Anglia One • Understand the right time to make the transition to 66kv subsea cabling, when the rewards of increased power transmission and reduced physical assets will be unlocked • Gain perspective on the benefits and challenges that you will experience by introducing this technology to your future projects • Consider the standards which will be applied to 66kv as the industry increases its understanding of the technology, placing yourself well ahead of the pack James Young, Chief Technology Officer, JDR Cable Systems Blades – Bigger & Better • Hear about the next generation of 10MW+ blades about to boost output and the savings that will come from scaling up • Learn of the infrastructural demands that will come with transporting blades and the structural requirements for commissioning the turbines, to avoid unanticipated disruptions • Investigate how larger turbines will affect Health and Safety procedures, and how to scale up maintenance practices so that existing solutions can be carried over Moderator: Bruce Valpy, Managing Director, BVG Associates Oil & Gas Expertise & Equipment • Take technologies & practices that have proven themselves in the Oil & Gas sphere and understand how they can be applied to shrink expenditure for marine renewables. • Consider the supply chain dynamics of Oil & Gas, and how they can be adapted to encourage standardisation and industrialisation in offshore wind If you are interested to contribute on this session, contact ben@newenergyupdate.com Foundations – Bigger & Better • How to deliver projects that are larger, deeper and fixed further from shore • Discover the materials and manufacturing standards that will allow you to delve deeper without sacrificing platform performance • Projections and predictions of the unique challenges presented by moving further from shore and ensure that you are prepared for every difference in environmental dynamic Michael Stephenson, Offshore Wind Associate, The Carbon Trust Scaled Up Turbines - Speedy Installation • Maintain installation standards as we transition to larger turbine models so that when your projects increase in size you have the facilities and staff in place to support them • Consider how the 24-hour target was achieved at the current scale, and what kind of practices will be necessary to maintain or improve upon this benchmark Jon Lerche, Senior Lean Project Manager, Siemens Gamesa Vessels - Upgrading & Globalising • Ensure that your marine solutions are in position to reach peak performance from construction to decommission, reducing maintenance periods and increasing profit • As farms swell in size and operations are performed further from shore - evaluate whether to upgrade existing fleet or acquire new vessels, and how to avoid sacrificing efficiency for cost savings when you do • Prepare for the implementation of smart systems which will allow your vessels to communicate and perform at a speed which will devastate downtime • Globalising vessels - see how marine logistic strategies look in the US, in Taiwan and in other markets and develop vessels to move about accordingly Andy Geissbuehler, Managing Partner, Renewable Resources International LLC Automation - Machines in Offshore Wind • Take a top-down view of the entire supply chain to understand where automation will hit first, and just how much it can save you in money and man-hours • Quiz innovative technology developers on their unmanned solutions and evaluate in real terms the potential presented to you • Listen to those that have already taken steps to automate their processes, and gain a first-hand knowledge of the real- world results that can be gained from automation If you are interested to contribute on this session, contact ben@newenergyupdate.com Development Focussed Rountable Discussions: Join developers and members of the supply chain as they discuss issues surrounding: Scaling up, Next generation technologies, Installation, Supply chain adaptation. Details to be announced one month before the event takes place.
  8. 8. Ne EnergyUpdatevvEditable do not delete Outlined B U S I N E S S I N T E L L I G E N C E Organised by: Operations & Maintenance, Asset Management, Automation & Data Blades – Maintenance • Hear the common issues which cause turbines to decay. As your turbines age make sure that they are not degrading any faster than they must, maintaining the highest possible productivity • Leading edge erosion is one of the leading causes of turbine productivity loss. Discover the most effective ways to mitigate any further damage to operational assets Andrew Bellamy, Co-Founder and Director, 8.2 Aarufield Ina Barge - Lincklaen Arriëns, Asset Manager Offshore Wind, Eneco Fixed Foundations – Maintenance • Turbines from hereon will be in operation far longer than before. Alert yourself to the equipment capable of protecting these turbines for their entire lifetime, increasing their efficiency and decreasing downtime • From the latest upgrades in Thermal Spray Aluminium to the potential of Impressed Current Cathodic Protection, consider the case for each technology and determine which will ensure the optimum output If you are interested to contribute on this session, contact ben@newenergyupdate.com Subsea Array Cabling Loss Prevention • The largest insurance losses recorded across offshore wind last year were down to sub-sea cabling. Avoid unnecessary spending by making simple changes to standards and acquisition • Familiarise yourself with the common causes of export cable malfunction from installation and throughout operation • Discuss practices that will protect against preventable malfunctions, reducing unnecessary downtime and saving on repairs Battery Storage & Offshore Wind • Understand, from Equinor’s perspective, why Batwind storage was added as a pilot project to Hywind wind farm and hear the challenges faced with this to date • Delve into how battery technology is already being integrated in offshore wind and what technologies are coming into the market, and what more we can expect over the next 5 years • Get a candid review of the background to policy and regulation with energy storage + renewables and what ongoing changes you can expect in that space Noelia Abolafia Rodriguez, Head of Energy Storage, Equinor Marcus Saul, Senior European Sales Manager, Aggreko Frank Gordon, Policy Manager, REA DISCUSSIONS FOR OPERATORS (ROOM 2) O&M Innovation Demonstration • ORE Catapult have world class facilities for demonstrating innovative O&M solutions, including a 7MW R&D turbine. Investigate the results of successful demonstration projects and explore the potential these solutions harbour for operating and planned projects alike • Evaluate the technical and commercial benefits of high potential O&M innovations, allowing you to pinpoint the most fiscally fortuitous time to make the move to machines Andrew Kay, Operations & Maintenance Manager, ORE Catapult Software & Systems Transformation • This session will alert you to available software that will drastically reduce your overhead and lower LCOE from pre- build to life-long operations • From weather condition testing on upcoming builds, to predictive 3-D modelling and digital twin turbines, pin- point the projects that will deliver the most real-world savings to you Ursula Smolka, Senior Engineer, Ramboll Extracting Value from Performance Data • Access to SCADA information is not new but the parameters and volume of available data are growing exponentially. During operations, performance data can be combined with analytics to feed reliability centred maintenance and servicing strategies to minimise unplanned downtime and enhance equipment reliability • In this presentation we will discuss how these performance datasets can be integrated with other data streams and utilised smartly to ensure these resources can value by driving O&M decision making Lauren Wheatley, Director of Advisory and Analytics, Natural Power Transformation of Offshore O&M – the Romeo Project • Hear how to increase reliability and decrease downtime of legacy offshore wind projects through effective O&M and Monitoring techniques • With results from the ROMEO project, one year on from its launch, understand how this project is transforming O&M procedures Cesar Yanes Baonza, Team Manager - Technology and Sustainability Department, Project Director - Romeo Project, Iberdrola Robert Jones, Lead Asset Performance Analysis Engineer, Scottish Power Renewables Operations Focussed Rountable Discussions: Join developers and members of the supply chain as they discuss issues surrounding: - Legacy O&M solutions, Data analysis and usage, Automation in O&M, The rise of battery storage Details to be announced one month before the event takes place. FOR DEVELOPERS: Planning, Development, Construction & Supply Chain FOR OPERATORS: Legacy Project O&M Solutions, Asset Management, Data FOR FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND LEADERS: Deliver Commercial Floating Wind Projects THREE POWERHOUSE CONFERENCE TRACKS FOR 2018:
  9. 9. Ne EnergyUpdatevvEditable do not delete Outlined B U S I N E S S I N T E L L I G E N C E Organised by: FOR FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND LEADERS (ROOM 3) Gear Up for Floating Offshore Wind Commercialisation Floating Wind Roadmap & Hotspots LCOE and the road ahead • Hear a comprehensive status overview of current floating wind projects and evaluate the best time to move on the technology yourself • Gain an insight into which governments (both in Europe and worldwide) are gearing up to support the floating wind industry • Discover where the greatest potential for the technology lies, and the infrastructural demands that will have to be instituted in order for your company to access it Moderator: Rhodri James, Manager of Policy and Innovation, The Carbon Trust Hannah Konig, Head of Wind and Maritime Technology, EnBw Sebastian Brigsvaerd, Project Director – Hywind, Equinor Joao Metelo, CEO, Principle Power The pathway to LCOE reduction and commercialisation of floating turbines • What are the key cost reduction drivers from where floating wind is today to first commercial projects? • What role do key stakeholders play – supply chain, project developers, financers, insurance, academia, governments? • What is the balance between public policy support and private sector action to achieve commercialisation of floating wind? Chair: Gavin Smart, Head of Insights, ORE Catapult Clement Weber, Senior Analyst, Green Giraffe Ranjit Mene, Head of UK Offshore Sales, Senvion Alan Macleay, Engineering Director, Subsea7 Stephen Thompson, Sales Manager, Global Energy Group Project life cycle Floating vs. Fixed • Learn the major differences between fixed and floating wind and how to adopt the knowledge and skills from the more mature fixed sector • Hear the lessons learned from an electricity provider who has made the transition and inform your business strategy for the future Jean-Mathieu Kolb, Project Director – EFGL Pilot Floating Offshore Wind Project, Engie Floating Wind - Operations & Maintenance • While there are similarities between the two, fixed and floating platforms require very different maintenance regimes and equipment. Introduce yourself to the most commonly occurring O&M issues of a floating offshore turbine • Hear from first movers about the challenges that sprang up, how they are trying to mitigate those issues, and the solutions that are assisting them in achieving this Halvor Hoen Hersleth, Operational Manager, Equinor Floating Wind Project Updates - Case Studies Hywind Scotland, Equinor Sebastian Bringsvaerd, Project Director - Hywind, Equinor WindFloat Atlantic Portugal, A Consortium (Principle Power, ENGIE and EDPR) Dominique Roddier, CTO, Principle Power José Pinheiro, Project Director, EDP Renewables Other Project Updates include: • Les éoliennes flottantes du Golfe du Lion [LEFGL] Consortium • EolMed Pilot Floating Offshore Wind Farm Consortium • Les éoliennes flottantes de Provence Grand Large [PGL] Offshore Wind Farm • Kincardine Floating Wind Project Key Enabling Component Technologies Moorings • Review options for de-risking elements of floating technology, such as mooring line entanglement related issues If you are interested to contribute on this session, contact ben@newenergyupdate.com High Voltage Dynamic Cabling • Understand the advancement of “suitable” designs for the development of high voltage dynamic cables and when these will be ready for commercial deployment • Outline the monitoring and inspection requirements for commercial floating wind power projects that will impact on these cables James Young, Chief Technology Officer, JDR Cable Systems Lessons Floating Wind Can Learn from Oil & Gas • Unlock the potential of floating wind by understanding the transferability of technology, practices and work- force from the Oil & Gas industry • Employ years of expertise by listening to established Oil & Gas insiders explain why and how they diversified into floating wind Knut Vassbotn, Head of Business Development, Aker Solutions Halvor Hoen Herselth, Operational Manager - Hywind, Equinor FOR DEVELOPERS: Planning, Development, Construction & Supply Chain FOR OPERATORS: Legacy Project O&M Solutions, Asset Management, Data FOR FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND LEADERS: Deliver Commercial Floating Wind Projects THREE POWERHOUSE CONFERENCE TRACKS FOR 2018:
  10. 10. Ne EnergyUpdatevvEditable do not delete Outlined B U S I N E S S I N T E L L I G E N C E Organised by: Turbine, Supply Chain and Risk Floating Wind - Parts Focus • Look at the role of mooring cables, dynamic array cabling and turbine-platform connectors. Providing an understanding of the necessary equipment, the supply chain, and the dynamics that come with operating a floating wind platform • Discover who can manufacture these parts and where the experience in operating and maintaining them can be found. Highlighting what form the floating wind supply chain will take, and how best to operate alongside it If you are interested to contribute on this session, contact ben@newenergyupdate.com Building a Global Floating Wind Supply Chain • What are the similarities and differences between the fixed-bottom supply chain and the floating turbine supply chain: Hulls, towers, turbines, mooring lines, anchors, dynamic cables? • What parts of the design, specifications, and supply chain will be different and unique to floating turbines and how will they be developed? • Discuss the supply of components such as turbines, foundations, blades, fabricated steel or concrete and mooring lines that will be required to supply floating wind farm projects. • Analyze the skills and labour requirements to meet the demands of the design and supply chains If you are interested to contribute on this session, contact ben@newenergyupdate.com Floating Wind - Risk & Finance • With fixed bottom wind moving further towards zero subsidies understand what avenues of financing floating wind will take • On the path to commercialisation discover how to attract investment and discover which institutions are willing to do so Moderator: Doreen Abeysundra, Managing Director, Fresco Advisory Allan Baker, Managing Director – Global Head of Power, Societe Generale Alessandro Boschi – Head of Renewable Energy Division, European Investment Bank Clement Weber, Senior Analyst, Green Giraffe Magnus Ebbesen, Senior Consultant, DNV GL FOR FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND LEADERS (ROOM 3) Continued How to Imagine the Co-located Conferences: Procurement, E.ON Climate & Renewables GMBH C-Suite, EDP Renewables Project Director, EDP Renovaveis Project Delivery, Enbridge C-Suite, Enbridge Inc. Manager, EnBW Technology, EnBW AG Project Delivery, EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG C-Suite, Eneco O&M / Asset Management, Eneco Wind Project Delivery, ENGIE SA O&M / Asset Management, ENGIE SA Project Delivery, Equinor Head of Storage, Equinor O&M / Asset Management, Equinor C-Suite, Equinor Technology, Iberdrola Management, Iberdrola Project Delivery, Innogy Renewables Procurement, Innogy Renewables C-Suite, Les Eoliennes en mer Services Technology, Les Eoliennes en mer Services Engineering, Mainstream Renewable Power C-Suite, Parkwind C-Suite, Renexia S.p.A. Procurement, RWE and Innogy Renewables O&M / Asset Management, Scottish Power Renewables Procurement, Shell New Energies C-Suite, US Wind Inc Planning, Vattenfall Engineering, Vattenfall Construction, Vattenfall Europe Windkraft Project Manager, Ventolines Director, Ventolines Engineering, Ventolines UNRIVALLED OPPORTUNITIES TO MEET THE PEOPLE WHO MATTER Developers and Operators already confirmed to attend, include: FOR DEVELOPERS: Planning, Development, Construction & Supply Chain FOR OPERATORS: Legacy Project O&M Solutions, Asset Management, Data FOR FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND LEADERS: Deliver Commercial Floating Wind Projects THREE POWERHOUSE CONFERENCE TRACKS FOR 2018: Conference Rooms & Exhibition Hall at Offshore Wind Europe, co-located with Floating Offshore Wind:
  11. 11. Ne EnergyUpdatevvEditable do not delete Outlined B U S I N E S S I N T E L L I G E N C E Organised by: SPONSOR AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES Call me now to discuss how you can be part of the conference exhibition and speaker line up: POSITION YOUR BUSINESS AS A LEADER IN THE EUROPEAN OFFSHORE WIND INDUSTRY The Annual Offshore Wind Europe event attracts high profile leaders from the entire offshore wind value chain to give you the utmost brand exposure and thought leadership opportunity. Position your company to win contracts and secure market share through heightened visibility as a speaker, sponsor and exhibitor in front of key government organisations, developers and major EPC’s. Network with 500+ offshore wind executives from Europe, America and Asia as supply chain and buyers flock to enjoy the wealth of experience and knowledge that comes from the European market! Ensure your company is in the right place at the right time in the right commercial ecosystem - Offshore Wind Europe 2018 is the No.1 hub for establishing the European offshore wind supply chain. Andre Elkana | Commercial Manager New Energy Update +44 (0) 207 375 7231 (Global) Email: andre@newenergyupdate.com You will struggle to find a better opportunity to showcase your expertise to Europe’s Offshore Wind Leaders than Offshore Wind Europe 2018. This 10 year legacy conference and exhibition has an incredible 45% attendance from offshore wind developers, enabling you to do business with decision makers with real spending power. With the cost pressures being applied to operators in the wake of a potential zero subsidy future and a pipeline of 230GW to be built by 2030, there has never been a better time to get ahead of the pack and reap the benefits from this flourishing market. 2017 PARTICIPANTS INCLUDED SHOWCASE YOUR CAPABILITIES, CREATE NEW BUSINESS LEADS, AND BUILD NEW RELATIONSHIPS AMONG THE LEADERS OF EUROPEAN OFFSHORE WIND Sponsor the ‘Offshore Wind Leader’s Dinner’: (open for Utilities, IPPs, Financial Stakeholders only) - be the only non-developer / operator attendee in the room Targeted Workshops: Get interactive with your target market, cement your name in their minds as you engage with your audience through private (or public) workshops 1:1 Meetings: With our bespoke meeting planner, you can arrange for private meetings with our delegates, no matter what seniority - introductions available Private Lunches: Impress your prospect clients with a private, sit down, lunch during the conference and have time, 1-on-1 with them - introductions available UNRIVALLED OPPORTUNITIES TO MEET THE PEOPLE THAT MATTER, INCLUDING: FOR DEVELOPERS: Planning, Development, Construction & Supply Chain FOR OPERATORS: Legacy Project O&M Solutions, Asset Management, Data FOR FLOATING OFFSHORE WIND LEADERS: Deliver Commercial Floating Wind Projects THREE POWERHOUSE CONFERENCE TRACKS FOR 2018:
  12. 12. PREMIUM PASS EXECUTIVE PASS ECONOMY PASS DEVELOPER PASS • Full access to two-day conference and networking area during the conference ü ü ü ü • Enhanced access to Online Networking Planner 3 weeks, pre and post conference ü ü ü • Access to networking drinks at the end of day 1 ü ü ü ü • Access to all networking events and lunches ü ü ü ü • Access to the PDF presentations 2 weeks after the event ü ü ü • Access to media package with audio recordings 2 weeks after event ü ü ü • Fast track registration and premium seating at the conference ü *In-depth post-event report documenting the major debates and outcomes* ü £999+VAT Super Early Bird: register by Friday 7th September 2018 £2,699+VAT £1,599 +VAT £1,299+VAT Early Bird: register by Friday 5th October 2018 £2,799+VAT £1,699 +VAT £1,399 +VAT Last Chance: register by Friday 2nd November 2018 £2,899+VAT £1,799+VAT £1,499+VAT Full price £2,999+VAT £1,899+VAT £1,599+VAT BRING YOUR TEAM TO MAXIMISE OPPORTUNITIES: Find out how much you could save with a group booking discount by contacting Ben Stephenson on ben@newenergyupdate.com 1. SELECT YOUR REGISTRATION PACKAGE: You’re just 1 quick step away from reserving your place Event Terms & Conditions Cancellation Policy It is possible to transfer your place to a colleague or client if you are unable to attend. You must inform the customer services team of this change in writing prior to the event.You will incur 25% cancellation fee if you cancel one month or more prior to the event. For all cancellations received less than one month prior to the event we will be obliged to charge the full fee. The organisers reserve the right to make changes to the program without notice. Method of Payment In order to guarantee that your check-in process is fast and efficient please make sure full payment is received by FCBI Energy Ltd prior to the conference date. If your full payment has not been received before the event a credit card payment will be required at the time of check in on the day of the conference. Discounts Only one discount at a time can be applied to your conference registration fee. If you are using a discount code the discount will be deducted from the current online price of the ticket. For more information contact the New Energy Update team on 1 800 814 3459 x 7575 (US Toll Free) or + 44 (0)207 375 7575 (global). Special Needs If you have a disability that may require special assistance, please call customer services. Developer Passes This pass is only available to owners of wind farms (Utilities, Independent Power Producers and Yeild Cos). Owner registrations that do not qualify for this category will automatically receive a Standard pass and be charged the current online price for this pass. REGISTER BEFORE 05 OCTOBER AND SAVE £200: http://events.newenergyupdate.com/offshore OFFSHORE WIND EUROPE 2018 Conference & Exhibition - 27-28 November 2018 Novotel London West “ONLINEBRO” as the discount code to get £50 off the ticket price Contact Ben@newenergyupdate.com for group discounts & subsidised rates One Shortlands, London , W6 8DR Phone: +44 (0)208 741 1555 Fax: +44 (0)208 741 2120 Website: http://www.novotellondonwest.co.uk/location/index.htm Please note a discounted rate for this hotel will be available once your registration for the event is confirmed. New Energy Update do not use any 3rd parties to secure or book accommodation on your behalf. Please only book directly with the hotel and not with anyone claiming to be from New Energy Update. Novotel London West Click here to register online >> Co-located with Floating Offshore Wind 2018 Ne EnergyUpdatevvEditable do not delete Outlined B U S I N E S S I N T E L L I G E N C E Organised by:

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