Offshore wind projects face a number of challenges to becoming operational in a safe and effective manner—from initial planning and permitting, to design and construction, and operations management. On September 16, 2020, Integral Principal Craig Jones, Ph.D., and Pamela Neubert, Ph.D., of AECOM will host a free live panel session that discusses fundamental obstacles and how to overcome them. Sponsored by the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), this session will take place live on YouTube and LinkedIn.
Titled “Offshore Wind: Getting in the Water and Producing Power,” this virtual panel session features a mix of developers, regulators, and industry experts—bringing a full range of perspectives required for effectively overcoming the biggest hurdles facing this new industry.
Wednesday, September 16, 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Live Virtual Session: Offshore Wind: Getting in the Water and Producing Power
Host: Craig Jones, Ph.D., Principal, Integral Consulting Inc.
Co-host: Pamela Neubert, Ph.D., Associate Vice President, Director Marine Science-Northeast Practice, AECOM
Ruth Mullins Perry, Ph.D., Marine Science, Regulatory, and Policy Specialist, Shell, Upstream Americas
Kevin Bannister, Vice President of Development, Principal Power, Inc.
Brian Krevor, Environmental Protection Specialist, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Danielle Jensen, Mayflower Integration Manager, Shell
Rachel Pachter, Chief Development Officer, Vineyard Wind
Gregory Lampman, Program Manager, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
Integral provides consulting services to offshore energy clients worldwide. For more information, contact Dr. Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.