The Energy Field of the Future
Call for Papers closed
10 November, 2022
The Society for Underwater Technology, The Hydrographic Society UK and Ireland (THS: UK&I) Scotland Branch and The International Marine Contractors Association are jointly holding our well-respected joint industry seminar 10th November 2022 at the Crowne Plaza in Aberdeen, UK.
The energy industry is currently experiencing a period of significant change, with ever-increasing focus on sustainability, while marine and underwater technologies continue to advance. With this scale of change ongoing, what does the field of the future look like, and how close are we to achieving ‘Net Zero’ targets? What transformative technologies and strategies will have the greatest impact to: operational efficiency, value creation, and Net Zero operations? How do we accelerate the integration of these solutions within our existing offshore assets?
0900 – 0915 GMT – Introduction and Keynote speaker: Greg Jones, Total E&P UK
0915 – 1030 GMT – Visualisation
Grant Thomson, Savante, 3DGP: Adding a New Dimension to Subsea
Gregor Deans, FutureOn, Use of an Open Digital Data and 3D Visualisation Platform to Support the Design and Screening of Energy Mix and Net Zero Projects
Haaken Anhfelt, Oceaneering, Digitally Transforming Traditional Inspection and Maintenance Programs
1050 – 1230 GMT – Robotics
Andre Rose, IMCA, Development of USV Technologies
Alan Anderson, Oceaneering, New Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Increases Operational Efficiencies for Subsea IMR
Andreas Fechs, STL, Automated and Autonomous Operations for Offshore Energy using Ship-Based Robotics
Todd Newell, Nauticus Robotics, Advanced and Autonomous Robotic Technologies
1330 – 1450 GMT – Communication
Andrew Connelly, Imenco, Underwater Positioning, Communication and the Internet of Things
Mike Ellis, Sonardyne, Building an Intelligent Subsea Network to Build a Better Predictive Model
Kristi Terrasa, C-Power Alba, C-Power Vision for the Field of the Future
1520 – 1630 GMT – Alternative Energy
Chris Golightly, BLACKBIRD: A Hybrid CAES Storage Anchored Mono TLP VAWT-WEC
Joel Maisey, Murray Anderson, Crondall Energy, Next generation of facilities to reduce emissions and integrate with renewable generation and storage
- SUT Members £149+VAT
- Non-Members £199+VAT
- There will be 20 places (limited) for students at a reduced rate of £50 plus vat.
Arrival and breakfast from 0830 GMT | Lunch from 1230 GMT
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