Advances in technology and the growing demand for increased capacity is driving activity in the offshore wind and floating offshore wind sectors. The offshore wind sector will only continue to grow over the next decade in response to the global demand for greener, cleaner energy resources. The Offshore Wind Journal conference will explore the opportunities available in the sector on a regional basis, review the latest industry trends and drivers and the technology advances enabling the move to deeper waters.
The Offshore Wind Journal Conference benefits from being part of the industry’s biggest annual gathering of offshore professionals – the Annual Offshore Support Journal conference.
Riviera's one-day Offshore Wind Journal Conference is the premier regional event for data gathering and networking with vessel owners and operators. It is a must-attend for established players, new entrants and those contemplating this exciting market.
Key issues to be addressed at this year's conference include:
Trends, drivers and opportunities in global offshore wind markets
A comprehensive look at the latest industry developments, trends and drivers and a review of the key countries involved in the offshore wind and floating offshore wind markets.
Developments in the vessels market
A detailed insight into the vessels market supporting offshore and floating wind projects including focused presentations on crew transfer vessels, cable installation vessels and wind turbine installation vessels.
Developments and innovations in an evolving industry
A review of recent developments and innovations in the global offshore wind sector including oil companies entering the offshore renewables sector, developments with next-generation SOVs and the latest advances in walk-to-work and access systems.
Emerging technologies shaping the future of the offshore wind sector
Find out the latest advances in technology driving down OPEX costs and delivering smarter vessels to service the sector. What innovations are enabling the growth of floating offshore wind projects, digitalisation in operations and maintenance, and the drive towards greener vessels?
Offshore Wind Journal Editor David Foxwell reflects on some of the key issues from this year's event:
and you can read further coverage on the Offshore Wind Journal website.
The Offshore Wind Journal Conference is an intensive one-day event that takes place on the day preceding the Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference.
Investment in the offshore wind sector is increasing significantly and has led to a growth in demand for specialist vessels and suppliers. The Offshore Wind Journal Conference addresses the latest market and technological developments.
To reserve a stand or make an enquiry about sponsorship for next year please contact Bill Cochrane on email@example.com. Alternatively, you can find our sponsorship document here and the exhibition floorplan here.
The 2019 Offshore Renewables Award
One of the awards presented at the OSJ Awards ceremony is the Offshore Renewables Award, sponsored by f3 Offshore Services.
Louis Dreyfus Armateurs (LDA) was awarded the Offshore Renewables Award at the 2019 Annual Offshore Support Journal Awards for service operation vessel (SOV) Wind of Change . Read more here.