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2–5 MAY 2022 » NRG PARK » HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA

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Offshore Wind: Implementing Goals for Rapid Growth

2022 Technical Program

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Offshore Wind: Implementing Goals for Rapid Growth

Monday, 2 May
306
Panel
Offshore wind projects are moving into an era of rapid growth in the United States with a target of 30 GW of capacity by 2030. From planning and permitting through construction and operation, projects encounter a number of challenges that could limit the ability of the U.S. to meet its targets. Lessons learned from traditional offshore energy disciplines can provide important efficiencies in offshore wind. Challenges for foundation, cabling, and structural design activities are being overcome with a wide range of offshore expertise. Ongoing construction faces challenges with supply chains and vessels that is transforming aspects of the offshore energy industry. The panel will discuss prioritizing and addressing the fundamental obstacles in offshore wind energy. Discussing the biggest challenges will explore how our community’s broad offshore energy experience can be effectively applied to meet the U.S. targets.
Moderator(s)
Craig Jones, Business Director - Integral Consulting Inc
Thalia Kruger, Senior Offshore/Marine Consultant - Principle Power
Speaker(s)
Rain Byars, Technical Director - Shell
Antoine Peiffer, Vice President, Engineering - Principle Power
Eleni Beyko, Senior Vice President, Offshore Wind - Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation
Duncan Sokolowski, Inter Array Cable Package Manager - Vineyard Wind
Karolina Pietrzak, Deputy Chief Development Officer - SimplyBlue Group
Sponsoring Societies:
  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
  • Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME)

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS

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  • AIME
  • ASCE

  • ASME
  • IEEE-OES
  • IBP

  • MTS
  • SEG
  • SME

  • SPE
  • SNAME
  • TMS