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  • WIND FARM DEVELOPMENT: EUROPEAN OFFSHORE 2015

    London, United Kingdom

    LEADERS IN CONFERENCE PLANNING & PRODUCTION

    www.wplgroup.com/aci

    ACI’s 5th annual Wind Farm Development: European Offshore 2015 is the ultimate meeting platform for senior representatives to ex-plore the opportunities within the offshore wind industry and dis-cuss latest technology advancements to support recent industry growth.

    Join us in London on 2-3 of September 2015 to hear about the latest success stories and case studies of established technologies utilisation and on-going progress in building an efficient supply chain to achieve an improved return on investment in the long term.

    The two day conference is comprised of a series of informative presentations, interactive Q&A sessions and panel discussions which will further highlight the approaches and strategies taken

    Key Areas for Discussion:

    Market update and recent developments

    Investors impact on project development time scale

    Identifying opportunities in the emerging markets

    Using IT to identify suitable sites for new projects

    Update on technology advancements in turbines

    Establishing & managing on-going risk principles of new pro-jects

    Meeting demand in deep water

    Managing supply chain effectively

    Working with maritime industry effectively

    Maximising accuracy of data collected and its interpretation

    Controlling the costs for the duration of the project

    Connection to the grid

    Who Will Be Attending?

    Wind Farm Development: European Offshore 2015 attracts senior management within the industry: utility companies, wind farm opera-tors, engineers, wind farm developers, consultants, port and harbours, offshore shipping companies, energy analysts, lawyers, HSE consult-ants and policy advisors.

    Commercial & Sponsorship Opportunities

    Jean-Jacques Hermans

    +44 (0) 203 141 0608/ [email protected]

    Call For Papers

    If you would like to be considered as a speaker at the event for a 30-45 minute presentation, please submit an abstract to:

    Karina Pomeranceva: +44 (0) 203 141 0625

    [email protected]

    The Summit

    Companies That Have Participated Previously Include:

    ABB Switzerland Ltd. * Allen & Overy*Alstom Wind * Areva * Atkins * AWS Truepower *Baker & McKenzie LLP * Bernard Energy Advocacy *

    Blue H Technologies * BPP-TECH * BVG Associates * Canadian High Commission * Chemtura Europe Limited * Claxton Engineering Services *

    Consolidated Contractors Company * CPW Finance * Croda * Danish Energy Agency * Dutch Offshore Innovators * Deutsche Windguard

    *DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability * Ecofys * E.ON Climate & Renewables UK * ECN - Energy Research Centre Of The Netherlands * EDF

    Energies Nouvelles * EDT Shipmanagement * Elia Group System Oper tor * EMEA Energy, WestLB A * EolicCat * Energa Elektrownie

    Wiatrowe Sp. Z O.o. * ENVIRON UK Ltd * EOLE-RES*ESI - Group * Finanz Und Wirtschaft * EUFER (Madrid)* Foundocean Ltd * European Envi-

    ronment Agency * Fluor * Gamesa *Gardline Caledonia Ltd * Gas Natural Fenosa * Gas Natural Fenosa Renovables * Global Wind Power *

    Green Giraffe Energy Bankers * Gulf Offshore N.S. Ltd * Hansen Transmissions International * IHS Emerging Energy Research * JI Group *

    MAKE Consulting * Mitsui & Co. Deutschland GmbH * Mott Macdonald * MPI Offshore Ltd * NASS Et WIND * Nordex * PKN ORLEN S.A. *

    Principle Power * REpower UK Ltd. * RPS * RWE Innogy * SeaEnergy Renewables * Seafox Contractors * Schneider Electric * SgurrEnergy Ltd

    * Siemens Energy Service * Sinclair Knight Merz * StormGEO * Swedbank AB * Vulkan Espanola S.A * Vulkan Germany * Wind:Research

    and many more...

    Registration is Simple:

    To find out more information and to register, please contact Claire Taylor-Payne using any of the following methods:

    +44 (0) 203 141 0601

    [email protected]

    http://www.acieu.net

    2nd-3rd September

    2015

    mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]:[email protected]

  • WIND FARM DEVELOPMENT: EUROPEAN OFFSHORE 2015

    London, United Kingdom

    LEADERS IN CONFERENCE PLANNING & PRODUCTION

    www.wplgroup.com/aci

    2nd-3rd September

    2015

    13:15

    14:15

    ▪ Comparing di fferent types of turbines ’

    rel iabi l i ty

    ▪ Technologica l advancements in turbine

    construction

    ▪ Turbines in R & D stage - loooking to the

    future

    15:00

    15:30

    15:45 Panel Q & A

    16:15

    16:45

    17:15 Complex Geotechnical Challenges for

    Offshore Structures and Novel Solutions for

    Renewable Developments

    17:45 Panel Q & A

    18:00

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATION

    Turbines Technology and Recent Advances

    NETWORKING LUNCH

    SESSION THREE (Part 1)

    CLOSE OF DAY ONE

    Floating offshore wind development.

    NAUTILUS Flaoting Solutions

    What is the issue with deeper water?

    AFTERNOON REFRESHMENTS

    SESSION THREE (Part 2)

    Topic TBC

    Theo BothaHead of Sales and MarketingBlade Dynamics

    David HytchLead TechnologistInnovate UK

    Paul DohertyManaging DirectorGavin and Doherty Geosolutions

    Jesus BusturiaManaging DirectorNAUTILIUS

    Paul HitzerdManager Advisory ServicesIHC IQIP

    DAY 1Wednesday 2nd September 2015

    08:00

    09:00

    09:15

    ▪ Market review of the las t 12 months

    ▪ Meeting pol icies and regulations to

    support recent industry growth

    ▪ Achieving EU targets related to the growth

    of renewables

    10:00

    10:30

    ▪ Probabi l i s tic forecasting and the use of

    uncerta inties in weather forecasts

    ▪ Window of opportunity for operation

    planning purposes

    ▪ Cost/loss analys is and the economic va lue

    of a weather forecast

    11:15

    12:00

    ▪ The equity market: new financia l players

    are changing the game

    ▪ The debt market: a sol id and wel l -

    understood market becoming more mature:

    i ts requirements , cha l lenges and key terms

    ▪ Trends for 2015 and beyond: wi l l the capita l

    market replace the traditiona l project

    12:30

    13:00 Panel Q & A

    REGISTRATION & COFFEE

    CHAIRMAN'S OPENING ADDRESS

    SESSION ONE

    An Update on Industry Trends

    SESSION TWO

    MORNING REFRESHMENTS

    Weather Window Planning

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATION

    Financing offshore wind: a renewed challenge

    Performance Risk: Investors' Perspective

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATION

    Weather Window Risk Management

    Barry Worthington

    Clement WeberDirectorGreen Giraffe

    Maurits GeuzeMarine Meteorology Manager MeteoGroup

    Jul ian BrownDirectorAarufield

    Jack MichalowskiSenior AdvisorNebras Power

    Michiel MüllerDirector for Wind and Managing Director of Ecofys Wind Turbine Testing Services (WTTS)Ecofys

    Stuart BrownHead Origination Weather & Energy APEMEASwiss Re Corporate Solutions

  • WIND FARM DEVELOPMENT: EUROPEAN OFFSHORE 2015

    London, United Kingdom

    LEADERS IN CONFERENCE PLANNING & PRODUCTION

    www.wplgroup.com/aci

    2nd-3rd September

    2015

    DAY 2Thursday 3rd September 2015

    08:30

    09:00

    09:10

    ▪ Managing the supply cha in effectively

    ▪ Project development in a competi tive

    market

    ▪ Best practices for s trategic col laboration

    09:40 Experiences from the new Dutch offshore tender

    system, with a specific focus on stakeholder

    consultation for the offshore grid

    10:10 Policy & regulatory risks for offshore wind farm

    developers: lessons learned in Belgium ▪ Pol icy & pol i tics

    ▪ Regulatory & market environment

    ▪ Stakeholders & pressure groups

    ▪ SWOT-analys is of s tranded and operationa l

    offshore wind farms

    10:40 Panel Q & A

    11:00

    11:30

    ▪ Risk identi fication & reduction s trategies

    ▪ Reaching performance benchmarks

    ▪ Compl iance with HSE requirements

    MORNING REFRESHMENTS

    Case Studies

    PANEL DISCUSSION

    Establishing & Managing On-going Risk

    Principles of New Projects

    CHAIRMAN'S OPENING ADDRESS

    SESSION FOUR

    REGISTRATION & COFFEE

    Senior representatives from the offshore

    wind industry wi l l dicuss the risks involved in

    new project development

    Cian ConroyBusiness Development ManagerORE Catapult

    Michiel MüllerDirector for Wind and Managing Director of Ecofys Wind Turbine Testing Services (WTTS)Ecofys

    Annemie VermeylenRegulatory ConsultantHeathcliff

    Paul DohertyManaging DirectorGavin and Doherty Geosolutions

    Annemie VermeylenRegulatory ConsultantHeathcliff

    Paul HitzerdManager Advisory ServicesIHC IQIP

    12:30

    ▪ Chal lenges of connection to the grid

    ▪ Using HVDC cables to support the

    integration of renewable resources▪ Gaining ins ights into technologica l

    advances

    13:15

    14:15

    ▪ Who we are

    ▪ Where we’re at

    ▪ What we offer

    ▪ Integrated solutions

    ▪ Optimis ing logis tics and O & M strategies

    15:00

    ▪ Appl ication range for Tripod-foundation,

    report and forecast to 8MW

    ▪ Insta l lation track record and options –

    suction buckets

    ▪ Maintenance in terms of des ign codes

    ▪ Corros ion protection system

    ▪15:45

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATION

    Vessel Support to deliver projects on time

    CLOSE OF DAY TWO & REFRESHMENTS

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATION

    Connection to the Grid

    NETWORKING LUNCH

    Tripod Foundation in the Light of Installation and

    Maintenance Aspects

    Bruce ClementsBusiness Development ManagerCWind

    Sigurd WeiseProject DevelopmentOWT GmbH

    Nia ll BishopManager, Offshore TendersOfgem

  • WIND FARM DEVELOPMENT: EUROPEAN OFFSHORE 2015

    London, United Kingdom

    LEADERS IN CONFERENCE PLANNING & PRODUCTION

    www.wplgroup.com/aci

    If you would like to register for this event or wish to find out more information,

    you can contact Claire Taylor-Payne using any of the following methods:

    +44 (0) 20 3 141 0601

    [email protected]

    http://www.acieu.net

    Postal Address: ACI Europe, 5/13 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0NS

    Registration Is Simple

    Registration Is Simple

    £1,495.00

    (ex.Vat)

    Documentation Packet Only £420.00

    Conference Pass (Includes Documentation Packet) 2nd—3 rd September, 2015

    Please Note. Members and customers of all supporting organizations are entitled to a dis-count off their conference package. For more information please call +44 (0) 20 3 141 0601

    Documentation Packet Available

    We are selling the Wind Farm Development: European Offshore papers at just £395 (+£25 P&P). Simply tick the box on the booking form, send it with pay-ment and your copy will be on its way to you after the meeting. This important manual will be a source of invaluable reference for the future.

    Terms & Conditions Payment Payment must be received within five business days of returning the signed contract. After receiving payment a VAT receipt will be issued. If you do not receive a letter outlining details two weeks prior to the event, please contact the Conference Coordinator at ACI Europe Ltd.

    Discounts are available for multiple/group bookings. Please call +44 (0) 20 3 141 0601

    Cancellations Substitutions are welcome up to 24 hours prior to the event. Cancellations must be received in writing no less than 3 weeks prior to the start of the conference; a full credit voucher towards a future ACI conference will be issued. Any cancellation received less than 3 weeks prior to the start of the event shall be deemed to be a breach of this contract by client, and accordingly, no credits will be given. Cancellations must be received in writing by mail or fax three weeks before the conference. Thereafter the full conference fee is payable. If for any reason ACI Europe Ltd decides to amend, cancel or postpone this conference, the conference fee will not be refunded. Furthermore, ACI Europe Ltd will not be responsible for covering airfare, hotel or other costs incurred by registrants. In the event that ACI Europe Ltd cancel or postpone the event, ACI Europe Ltd reserves the right to transfer this booking to another conference to be held in the following twelve months, or to provide a credit of an equivalent amount to another conference within the following twelve months. The construction, validity and performance of this agreement shall be governed in all respects by the laws of England to the exclusive jurisdiction of whose courts the Parties hereby agree to submit. Accommodation The cost of accommodation is not included in the event fee. Preferential rates will be arranged with or near the event venue, and all confirmed delegates will be given details of how to book accommodation at this rate in due course.

    About ACI

    ACI, a UK owned company, have been running successful conferences for the last 15 years in the USA. Headquartered in Chicago with offices all around the States,

    they run forums in varied fields and are market leaders in healthcare business conferences. Opening their European head offic e at the end of 2005, they have ex-

    panded rapidly and are launching a series of events covering the maritime, energy, oil and gas industries.

    2nd-3rd September

    2015