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Thank you to everyone who supported our event in 2022. 
Details of our next event will be published here when available.


<p class="font_8"><a href=""><u>Offshore Energies UK</u></a></p>

Thibaut Cheret

Offshore Energies UK

<p class="font_8"><a href="">Aberdeen Harbour Board</a></p>

Luigi Napolitano

Aberdeen Harbour Board

<p class="font_7"><a href="">DOF Subsea</a></p>

Karl Daly

DOF Subsea

<p class="font_8"><a href=""><u>ERM</u></a></p>

Widya Wahyuni


<p class="font_8"><a href="">Global Maritime</a></p>

Ramanaidu Pedada

Global Maritime

<p class="font_8"><a href="">SeaFlo Consultancy</a></p>

Charlie Reith

SeaFlo Consultancy

<p class="font_8"><a href="">Abyss Solutions</a></p>

Jordan Jolly

Abyss Solutions

<p class="font_8"><a href="">Formosan</a></p>

Manuel Zehr


<p class="font_8"><a href="">Subsea Micropiles</a></p>

John Machin

Subsea Micropiles

<p class="font_8">Quensh HSEQ Specialists</p>

Jill Butler-Rennie

Quensh HSEQ Specialists

The energy sector is at its most crucial point in history. 


The vision of the Floating Energy Forum is to address the challenges in the oil and gas sector and the emergent commercial and technology considerations involved in the development of renewable offshore energy.

The Forum will address why floating energy is such an important part of the renewable solution moving forward and will provide a platform to share experiences and challenges in reaching Net Zero by the 2050 target. Whether oil & gas, wind, solar, tidal and hydrogen; all are captured with the entirety of the supply chain being invited to be part of the community which the Forum is building.

The Forum will cover 4 main themes: Oil & Gas New Developments and Asset Integrity & Life Extension while, specific to renewables, the focus will be on New Technologies for Floating Systems and Challenges & Opportunities in Offshore Floating Energy.

Thanks for attending the Floating Energy Forum 2022!


We hope that you enjoyed the event and look forward to seeing you in 2023!

Approved presentations are now available to view in PDF format.

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