The University of Aberdeen will host a one day event on Powering Offshore Oil and Gas with Marine Renewables on 18 September 2019. The conference will bridge the gap between renewable energy and the oil and gas industry.
Speakers from both industries will be exploring how marine renewable energy sources such as wave power and floating wind turbines can power oil and gas activities including decommissioning and other offshore business. They will include representatives of companies involved in wave power, floating offshore in turbines, and oil and gas companies interested in renewable energy.
Speakers include: Oil and Gas Decommissioning and Power Needs - Susi Wiseman, Oil and Gas Technology Centre
Late Life and Decommissioning - Sam Long – Aker Solutions - Senior Manager
Wave Power and Offshore Oil and Gas - Paul Watson, Ocean Power Technologies
Niche Power Opportunities for Offshore Oil and Gas - Per Resen Steenstrup, Resen Waves
New Sources of Power for Offshore Oil and Gas - Professor Alex Kemp, University of Aberdeen
How to Integrate Renewable Energy with Oil and Gas - Fraser Pritchard from Columbus Energy Partners
Keith Anderson, Wood plc
Floating Wind Turbines - Bjørn Johansen, Equinor
Panel Discussion – Maggie McGinlay, Opportunity North East; Professor Peter Strachan, RGU; Professor Alex Kemp, University of Aberdeen; and Dr David Toke, University of Aberdeen