6th Asia Offshore Wind Day

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Asia’s Largest Wind Offshore Gathering

The Asia Wind Energy Association is organizing the 6th Asia Offshore Wind Day in Seoul on 9 May 2019. The event will bring together senior executives active in the offshore wind industry in Asia. With the South Korean and Asian offshore wind industry expected to grow significantly in the coming years, the 6th Asia Offshore Wind Day offers the ideal meeting place to network, discuss and learn about the future of the offshore wind sector in Asia.

Following our previous successful offshore wind events in Tokyo and Taipei, the Asia Wind Energy Association has chosen Seoul again as the location for the 6th offshore wind day. With an increase of renewed activity in the offshore wind Industry in South Korea, the offshore wind sector will grow significantly in coming years. In addition, other growth markets such as Japan, Taiwan, India, Australia and Vietnam will be discussed during the conference.

Conference Program

Morning Sessions

08.00 AM – Registration
08.30 AM – Opening
08.35 AM – Keynote Presentation
09.00 AM – Development in Global Offshore Wind Industry
09.25 AM – Outlook for the Offshore Wind Market in Asia
10.30 AM – Offshore Wind Market in Taiwan
10.50 AM – Offshore Wind Market in Japan
11.10 AM – Offshore Wind Market in South Korea
11.30 AM – India Offshore Wind – Opportunities and Challenges

Afternoon Sessions

13.00 PM – Risk Session
13.00 PM – Technology Session
14.30 PM – Finance Session
14.30 PM – Floating Session
16.00 PM – Skill & Training Session
16.00 PM – Supply Chain Session
18.00 PM – Senior Lead Panel Session
18.45 AM – Closing
18.50 AM – Cocktail Reception

Companies Attending

ABB
Aker Solutions
Alternergy
Amsterdam Capital Partners B.V.
APG Asset Management
Arup
Atlas Professionals
Augusta & Co
AXYS Technologies, Inc.
Ben Line Agencies
Braemar ACM Shipbroking
Bridon Bekaert
British Embassy, Seoul
Brookfield Asset Management
Burwill Resources Limited
Cathay United Bank
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Clyde and Co Clasis Singapore
Combi Lift Asia Inc.
Credit Agricole
CS Wind
Conservation Strategy Fund
Cwind Taiwan
Daelim CNS
Daelim Energy
Daewoo Engineering and Construction
Damen Shipyards
DEME Offshore
DNV-GL
DOF Subsea Asia Pacific
DSM Dyneema
E.ON Climate and Renewables
EEW
EEW Korea
EIC Asia Pacific
ENGIE
Embassy of Netherlands, Seoul
Equinor
Equipment and Service Inc.
Equitix
ERM
Eurus Energy Korea
Franklin Offshore Korea
FredOlsen Ocean AS
Frontier Energy
Fuchs Korea
GR Group
Green Climate Fund
Green Giraffe
Green Investment Group
Hanwha Engineering and Construction
Herbert Smith Freehills
HFW
Hogan Lovells
Huisman Equipment
Hyundai Engineering
Hyunex
Ideol
ING Bank N.V.
Innogy

Jac Coupling Co., Ltd.
Jan de Nul
K2 Management
KEPCO Engineering and Construction
Kim and Chang
Kongsberg Maritime Pte Ltd
Korea Development Bank
Korea Power Exchange
Lantau Group
Lee and Ko
Linklaters
LM Wind Power
LOC Group
Korea Development Bank
Macquarie
Marsun
Melchers Trading GmbH (Taiwan Branch)
Milbank
Mirae Asset Daewoo
Morgan Stanley
Munich Re
Northland Power
Norton Rose Fulbright
Offshore Wind Consultants
Pacific Hydro
Principle Power Inc.
Prysmian Powerlink Srl
PT Dharma Karyatama Mulia
Pwc
S.B. Submarine Systems Co., Ltd.
Saman
Samchully AMC
SBM Offshore
Seaway Offshore Cables
SH Corp
Shearman & Sterling LLP
Sheffield Energy
Smulders
Societe Generale
Standard Chartered
Stic Alternative
StormGeo Ltd
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Svendborg Brakes ApS
Swire Blue Ocean
SWISS RE
Taekwang Power Service
Taylor Hopkinson
Tokio Marine and Nichido Fire Insurance
Tractebel Engineering GmbH
Trilegal
Univergy
Utec Survey Asia
Van Oord Dredging and Marine Contractors
Visionplus
White and Case LLP
WindMagics International Limited
WFW
Wood MacKenzie
Wood Thilsted
Wpd AG