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Floating Offshore Wind Centre of Excellence – Dynamic Cabling Project Outcomes and Expected ‘Size of the Prize' (Webinar)

Floating Offshore Wind Centre of Excellence – Dynamic Cabling Project Outcomes and Expected ‘Size of the Prize' (Webinar)

14 December 2021
Venue: Webinar (10:00 - 11:30)

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The Floating Offshore Wind Centre of Excellence (FOW CoE) recently completed a study on dynamic inter-array cable systems and ancillary components. 

This project, supported by Peritus International, investigated the design requirements for dynamic cable systems in UK FOW projects and carried out a state-of-the-art market review. The project also assessed the future demand for components and services out to 2050, and the readiness of the supply chain to deliver against this. The work was introduced at a previous webinar held earlier in 2021. 

To coincide with the release of the public report ‘FOW Dynamic Cabling Market Projections’ the FOW CoE would like to share the project outcomes with the supply chain and wider industry, and to provide an overview of the follow-on project work planned which is a technology development and qualification programme.
 
This session will be delivered by Ellen Jump, Project Engineer and Charlotte Strang-Moran, Electrical Engineer – ORE Catapult; and they will be joined by John Stansfield - Discipline lead (umbilicals, power cables and flexibles) at BP. John will provide some insight from a developer and project partner perspective on the key findings of this work. The session will conclude with a panel Q&A. 

Attend this webinar to learn more about the outcomes of the recently completed FOW CoE project on dynamic inter-array cables, particularly the projected demand on the supply chain for cables and ancillary components from now to 2050. Also learn more about the planned future technology qualification workstreams.

Speakers



Ellen Jump, Project Engineer, ORE Catapult
Ellen Jump is a Project Engineer within the ORE Catapult’s Floating Wind and Turbines team. Ellen is currently technically responsible for a number of the Floating Offshore Wind Centre of Excellence projects, including workstreams in mooring and anchoring systems, and dynamic inter-array cabling. Ellen has been with ORE Catapult for three years – first working across a range of tidal and wind energy projects before joining the Floating Wind team in 2020. Ellen has an MEng in Mechanical Engineering from University of Glasgow, and spent several years working in manufacturing R&D prior to joining the renewables industry. 


Charlotte Strang Moran, Electrical Engineer, ORE Catapult
Charlotte joined ORE Catapult in 2018 after completing her BEng Hons in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Strathclyde. Charlotte is involved in the delivery of projects in different disciplines within the electrical infrastructure team, leading a variety of projects in subsea cable reliability and subsea cable monitoring.


John Stansfield, Discipline Lead, BP
Responsible for the engineering and procurement of all bp subsea umbilical, power cable & flexible pipe. Leading a global team of engineers to deliver products to all of our subsea projects. With over 25 years of experience of design, manufacturing, procurement and offshore construction of subsea flexible products. Now bringing this experience to the new energy projects in the bp portfolio – including HV submarine power cable across our upcoming offshore wind projects

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