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Shallow Water, Deep Trouble II

Type
Conference
Event Location
Norwich, UK
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Norwich, UK
Event Snapshot
Event
Shallow Water, Deep Trouble II
Year
2018
Start Date
Thursday, 18 Oct, 2018
End Date
Thursday, 18 Oct, 2018
Duration
1day
Venue
Norwich City Football Club – Norfolk Lounge, Carrow Road, Norwich NR1 1JE, United Kingdom
Industries & Sectors
Offshore Wind EnergyMarine Renewable EnergyOffshore Construction & InstallationSubsea Construction & InstallationDredging & Marine ConstructionSubsea CablesSubsea PipelinesEngineeringMarine Science
City
Norwich
Country
United Kingdom
Region
Europe
About the Event
Shallow Water Deep Trouble II – What a Difference a Decade Makes. EEEGR Marine SIG are pleased to co-host a prestigious technical meeting in partnership with the Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) at Norwich City Football Club, UK.

Site investigations in the nearshore and shallow water can present unique challenges, with potentially significant variations in ground conditions, bathymetry and environmental parameters within individual development sites and construction
time scales. Investigations may be for a range of purposes – from providing baseline environmental information and site characterisation through to informing engineering decisions and infrastructure siting.

Since the first 'Shallow Water … Deep Trouble' meeting was held in 2005 in Norwich, UK, there have been major advances in data acquisition technology, analytical techniques, data processing and visualisation, that have improved site investigation practice and advanced our understanding of the shallow water zone. This meeting will report on a range of approaches to shallow water site investigation, as well as providing an update on recent methodological advances, that allow for successful site investigations in a challenging environment. The meeting will be of interest to all those working in nearshore and shallow waters – with contributions from industry, academia, contractors and consultants.
 
Exhibitors/Presenters
Lankelma provides cone penetration testing (CPT), site investigation and engineering consultancy for construction projects in the UK and around the world. We deliver high quality information about the ground quickly, safely and cost-effectively. We have an ingrained knowledge of CPT, allowing us to go beyond simply supplying accurate data, to provide ... Moreour clients with high value interpretation and engineering input for their projects, both on land and in the marine environment.
DONG Energy has become Ørsted. DONG Energy was one of the leading energy groups in Northern Europe. Our business was based on procuring, producing, distributing and trading in energy and related products in Northern Europe. A decade ago, we initiated our transformation from a black to a green energy company as DONG Energy. Since then, we've reduced ... Moreour coal consumption by 73% and decided to fully phase out coal by 2023. We've become a global leader in offshore wind with a market share of 25%, currently powering 9.5 million people. Our ambition is to raise this number to 30 million by 2025.

In 2017, we divested our upstream oil and gas business, thereby completing our transformation to become fully dedicated to green energy.
Boskalis Subsea Cables & Flexibles (previously VBMS) specialises in subsea power cable installation, Balance of Plant maintenance for the renewables market, and umbilical/flowline installation for the oil & gas markets and installation of interconnectors. The company delivers added value with its robust end-to-end project management and multi-disciplinary ... Moregrid-to-grid solutions. In addition, VBMS complies with strict European and international industry standards, reflected in a high QHSE ranking. VBMS provides quality services balanced with cost effectiveness, with a portfolio including major offshore developments in Europe and beyond.
EEEGR (East of England Energy Group) and its membership of more than 300 commercial businesses and organisations, public sector and not-for-profit bodies, as well as academic institutions are at the centre of operations. We act as a single focal point to represent the regional energy industry and strive to ensure that the regional assets combine to ... Moreform a world-class industry capable of competing in a global energy market.

Our mission is to be the source of new opportunities and knowledge to enable member companies to strategically grow their businesses.

Membership benefits, whether they are networking with like-minded business people, accessing guidance on training, grants and recruitment, or being profiled through newsletters and websites. All this and more are available by being a part of the energy network in the region, as many can testify.
The Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) is a multidisciplinary learned society that brings together organisations and individuals with a common interest in underwater technology, ocean science and offshore engineering. SUT was founded in 1966 and has members from more than 40 countries, including engineers, scientists, other professionals and students ... Moreworking in these areas.