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Here you will get access to previous webinars we’ve hosted, where we discuss a range of different topics about the subsea industry.
From congested seabeds and cable faults, to route engineering and desktop studies. Sign up below to be informed of our future webinars and check out our previous recordings.
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Accessing the Global Submarine Cable Data Highway: Webinar
Gail Clark quizzes industry experts Brian Perratt and Stuart Wilson, who shared their insights and knowledge as a result of a lifetime career in the subsea cable industry.
> Implications of in-accurate subsea cable data
> The challenge of navigating numerous subsea cable crossings
> Understanding the importance of pre-project planning
> Appreciating the enormity of seabed congestion
> The relationship between submarine cables and other subsea infrastructures
US Offshore Wind Discussing the Impact of Subsea Cable Infrastructure: Virtual Panel Session
Joel Whitman, VP Global Marine Group, Stuart Wilson, Route Engineering & Survey Manager OceanIQ, Glen Munachen, Project Manager Global Offshore and Subsea Representatives at Aker Solutions discuss how the US offshore wind market can achieve its targets.
> Limiting impact during the design, build & maintenance phases
> Effectively planning offshore wind farm cable routes
> Engagement with other seabed users
> The importance of knowing the location of other cables
> Cable crossings strategies
> Key takeaways from Europe’s offshore wind journey
> Career opportunities in US offshore wind
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