4th International Conference Offshore Cabling 2015
Date(s) - 27/05/2015 - 28/05/2015
Swissôtel, Bremen, Germany
Experience first-hand insights into management, planning and installation of offshore wind cabling projects.
Submarine cable repair accounts for over 70% of all insurance claims on installed wind parks. Thorough planning, surveys and trenching are necessary, however a number of issues and opportunities still exist for upgraded protection systems as well as an increase in available data from condition monitoring for completed wind projects.
In order to reduce damages, installation time and project costs, now is the time to have a close look at lessons learnt and define the room for improvement for offshore wind cabling.
Join us in Bremen for a focused two-day conference, interactive workshop and in-depth discussions with your industry peers.
- Understand the specific requirements and risks from a developer perspective
- Explore pre-installation survey strategies and start saving time and money from the outset
- Evaluate new trenching tools and equipment optimised for different ground conditions
- Learn how latest intelligent subsea cables ease your cable protection strategy and save your resources
- Reduce future damages by looking at project leaders’ experience with planning, installation and operation
On top of the main conference session, The Carbon Trust, DONG Energy and Statkraft will present for the first time the findings of a case study on the application of CBRA in a real offshore wind farm. They will lead an extended interactive session calling for views and opinions from all in attendance.
The joint presentation will:
- Explain the CBRA methodology
- Show how to apply CBRA step by step and specify the Depth of Lowering
- Compare CBRA to the Burial Protection Index and other approaches in the specification of the Depth of Lowering
- Highlight the findings of the DONG Energy investigations on Array Cables burial practices
- Show the benefits and the cost reduction potential from the adoption of CBRA.