Developments in Marine Survey and the Offshore Wind Supply Chain

Event Details

Norfolk Lounge, Norwich City Football Club, Norwich
Thursday 22nd June 2017 09:00-17:00

The booking function is now CLOSED - to book this event please contact Siofra Driver siofra.driver@eeegr.com / 01493 412196


DEVELOPMENTS IN MARINE SURVEY AND THE OFFSHORE WIND SUPPLY CHAIN

 Delivered by EEEGR'S MARINE SIG

in association with The Hydrographic Society 

and EEEGR'S OFFSHORE WIND SUPPLY CHAIN SIG

EEEGR   THS 

Two Special Interest Group (SIG) events in one day:

EEEGR’s Offshore Wind Special Interest Group (SIG) and Marine SIG, in collaboration with The Hydrographic Society, are delighted to confirm the speakers and programme for their 2017 event. With recently announced additions from DeepOcean and JDR Cables, this promises to be a not-to-be-missed regional event with real national impact.

Key industry players will gather at this event to discuss and debate issues, network to make new business contacts and re-establish relationships with existing clients.

Tickets start at just £35 for a morning delegate pass – make sure you don’t miss out.


EEEGR's Marine SIG and The Hydrographic Society are pleased to present a morning of talks about the environmental and physical problems faced by the offshore industry and the ways they can be identified, measured and monitored.

For more programme details, see the separate tab 'Morning Event (Marine)' and the tab 'programme

A morning ticket will include access to the Marine SIG and The Hydrographic Society event with refreshments.


EEEGR's Offshore Wind Supply Chain SIG is pleased to present the afternoon event, which will include a range of presentations based on recent license, business, technical and practical developments in the Offshore Wind industry.

For more programme details, see the separate tab 'Afternoon Event (Offshore Wind)', and the tab 'Programme'

An afternoon ticket will include access to the Offshore Wind Supply Chain SIG event with lunch and refreshments.

An all day ticket is available at a discount which permits entry to both of these informative events and also includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day.

GeoWing Launch

 EEEGR's Marine SIG and The Hydrographic Society are pleased to present a morning of presentations about the environmental and physical problems faced by the offshore industry and the ways they can be identified, measured and monitored.

Including:
 

A morning ticket will include access to the Marine SIG and The Hydrographic Society event with refreshments.

An all day ticket will cover both this morning event, and the afternoon event being delivered by the Offshore Wind Supply Chain SIG, as well as refreshments and lunch.

Marine SIG and The Hydrographic Society Agenda

Pacific Orca - Galloper Construction

EEEGR's Offshore Wind Supply Chain SIG is pleased to present the afternoon event, which will include a range of presentations based on recent license, business, technical and practical developments in the Offshore Wind industry.

Including presentations from:
Siemens
3sun Group
Fugro
more to be confirmed shortly...

An afternoon ticket will include access to the Offshore Wind Supply Chain SIG event with lunch and refreshments.

An all day ticket will cover both this afternoon event and the morning event being delivered by the Marine SIG in partnership with The Hydrographic Society, as well as refreshments and lunch.

MAP OF NORWICH CITY FOOTBALL CLUB

PROGRAMME
Thursday 22 June - Morning
Event: 08:30-12:30

08:30-09:00:

Delegate registration and networking

09:05-09:30:

State of the Survey Industry
Gregory Darling, Gardline

09:30-09:45:

From Sea to Land: Managing Whole Development Georisks for Renewable Projects
Tom Gray, East Point Geo

09:45-10:00:

Remotely Piloted Aircraft Monitoring of Intertidal Structures and Processes
Julie Bremner, Cefas

10:00-10:15:

Development of Sub-bottom Profilers
Tom Hiller, Thurn Group

10:15-10:30:

Marine Resistivity and its Application to Marine Engineering Geology
Matt Guy, Geomatrix

Networking with refreshments

11:00-11:20:

Turbine Technology and the Marine Environment
Ray Thompson, Siemens

11:20-11:35:

Suspended Sediment Plumes from Offshore Wind Farms
Jon Rees, Cefas

11:35-11:50:

Scour Around Wind Turbines
Ralph Bostock, Fugro

11:50-12:05:

Hydrographic Survey Data – Taking it to the Web
Adam Davies, Wish Software

12:05-12:20:

High Resolution Modelling of Tidal Turbines
David Haverson, Cefas

12:05-12:30:

Morning Event Close

 

PROGRAMME
Thursday 22 June - Afternoon
Event: 12:30-17:00

12:30-13:30:

Networking lunch - registration for afternoon-only delegates

13:40-13:50:

Basis for the Offshore Wind SIG and Plans for Development
Graham Hacon, 3sun

13:50-14:10:

European Offshore Wind Outlook and Trends
Richard Aukland, 4C offshore

14:10-14:30:

Trends and Developments in Turbine Technology
Ray Thompson, Siemens

14:30-14:50:

360 Degree Turbine Tour
Andrew Pinder, CHPV

Networking with refreshments

15:20-15:35:

Case study - TBC
Tom Howard, DeepOcean

15:35-15:50:

The Application of Marine Geophysical Methods for Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Detection
Anne Chabert, Fugro

15:50-16:05:

Offshore Wind Cables
TBC, JDR Cables

16:05-16:20:

Oil & Gas/Renewables: Composite Training – Why the Different Routes to Standards and Certification for Offshore Workers
Andrew Holyland, 3sun

16:20-17:00:

Your SIG – Your Priorities: Debate with us about which hot topics the SIG should focus on over the next 12-18 months
All delegates and speakers

17:00:

Afternoon and All-Day Event Close

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SUGGESTED ACCOMMODATION

Name:

Holiday Inn Norwich City 

Description:

3-star hotel

Contact Details:

Carrow Road, Norwich, NR1 1HU

0871 510 1371

www.ihg.com/holidayinn/hotels/gb/en/norwich/nwicr

Distances (walking):

On site at Norwich City Football Club (NCFC)

From rail station - 0.7 miles

   

Name:

Premier Inn Norwich Nelson City Centre Hotel

Description:

3-star hotel

Contact Details:

Prince of Wales Rd, Norwich NR1 1DX

0871 527 8842

http://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/norfolk/norwich/norwich-nelson-city-centre.html

Distances (walking):

From NCFC: 0.8 miles

From rail station - 0.3 miles

   

Name:

Maids Head Hotel

Description:

4-star hotel

Contact Details:

20 Tombland, Norwich NR3 1LB

01603 209955

maidsheadhotel.co.uk/

Distances (walking):

From NCFC - 1.0 miles

From rail station - 0.6 miles

   

Name:

St. Giles House Hotel

Description:

4-star hotel

Contact Details:

41-45 St Giles St, Norwich NR2 1JR

01603 275180

stgileshousehotel.com/

Distances (walking):

From NCFC - 1.2 miles

From rail station - 0.9 miles

   

Name:

The Georgian Townhouse

Description:

3-star hotel

Contact Details:

Unthank Road, Norwich NR2 2RB

01603 615655

http://www.thegeorgiantownhousenorwich.com

Distances (walking):

From NCFC - 1.4 miles

From rail station - 1.3 miles

   

Name:

Premier Inn Norwich Airport Hotel

Description:

4-star hotel & golf course

Contact Details:

Delft Way, Norwich NR6 6BB

0871 527 8836

http://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/norfolk/norwich/norwich-airport.html?cid=GLBC_NOROAK

Distances (driving):

From NCFC - 4.9 miles

From airport - 0.6 miles

   

Name:

Holiday Inn Norwich North

Description:

4-star hotel

Contact Details:

Cromer Road, Norwich, NR6 6JA

0871 5101372

https://www.ihg.com/holidayinn/hotels/gb/en/norwich/nwiap

Distances (driving):

From NCFC – 5.4 miles

From airport – 0.3 miles

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