Welcome to the GET2024 Offshore Wind Energy Conference

GET 2024 invites you to join us at the Offshore Energy Conference by EAGE Global Energy Transition, addressing the critical role of offshore wind energy in meeting global climate goals. According to forecasts by the IEA and IRENA, 2,000 GW of installed offshore wind capacity will be needed by 2050 to achieve net zero by 2050 (GOWA, 2023). The expectation is that the global installed offshore wind capacity would reach almost 500 GW in 2030, a significant increase over 2020 levels (IRENA, 2023).

From a geoscience perspective, innovative solutions to optimize seabed and subsurface characterization for offshore wind farms are essential. We will delve into topics such as geophysical acquisition, seismic imaging, data interpretation and integration, and geohazards assessments. The use of AI and machine learning in addressing the challenges in Offshore Wind will also be a focus.

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We encourage multidisciplinary dialogue within the industry to support the understanding of the regulatory frameworks and the role of geoscience to support environmental and archeological assessments in offshore wind.

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Geophysicists, geologists, hydrographers, geotechnical engineers, environmental and numerical specialists from the offshore wind industry (developers, survey contractors, consultants) and academia will come together to exchange insights on the latest developments across the broad scope of offshore wind energy. 

We are very keen to enable multidisciplinary knowledge sharing by inviting both geoscientist and non-geoscientist profiles to attend and contribute to provide experts insights into the various aspects of site characterization in offshore wind energy. 

We encourage oral presentations and posters providing case studies of the geoscience value creation in offshore wind projects as well as insights into novel applications of existing techniques or new technologies for seabed and near-surface characterization.

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OFFSHORE WIND Energy CONFERENCE

The following topics are highlighted (but not limited to) for your abstract submission:

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before 30 June 2024

  • Advancements in geophysical methods for near-surface & seabed acquisition
  • Optimization of acquisition strategies and future trends
  • Fixed foundation vs. floating offshore windfarms
  • Very shallow water data acquisition
  • Acoustic underwater noise analyses
  • Advancements in seismic data processing
  • Inversion of near-surface seismic data
  • Re-processing of O&G seismic legacy data for offshore wind
  • Diffraction imaging
  • Advancements in backscatter data processing
  • Advancements in seabed target detection (boulders, UXOs, etc.)
  • Optimizations for benthic habitat mapping & monitoring applications
  • Case studies from offshore windfarm sites & cable routes
  • Integration of geophysical, geological and geotechnical data for  foundation studies (fixed-botom & floating)
  • Integration of geophysical, geological and geotechnical data for electrical cable studies, including landfall studies
  • Geohazards: identification, characterization and risk assesments
  • Developments in buried UXO detection, modelling and risk assessments
  • Developments and considerations from the development of AUV & USV solutions
  • New methods and innovation in shallow sub-surface characterisation
  • Distributed Acoustic Sensing applications
  • Non-seismic methods (magnetometer, gradiometer, EM, resistivity, etc.)
  • Machine learning applications for ground model development
  • Geostatistics use in advanced Geomodelling applications
  • Uncertainty assessment Object detection automation
  • Accuracies of P wave velocity models
  • Shear wave velocity models for offshore Wind (applications to foundation design, liquefaction studies, etc.)
  • Large integrated geoscience databases
  • Opportunities from geophysics to reduce Offshore Wind project schedules
  • Environmental Consenting for Offshore Wind

Commitee List

  • Maarten Vanneste
    NGI
  • Sanket Bhattacharya
    Fugro
  • Gwenaëlle Salaün
    Ørsted
  • Stefan Wenau
    Uni-bremen
  • Alistair Robertshaw
    BP
  • Robert Lorenzen
    Vattenfall
  • Allan McKay
    PGS
  • Graham Bell
    Rovco
  • Heidi Etter
    Advisian
  • Guillaume Sauvin
    Equinor
  • Joris Siermann
    Shell
  • Michael Calvert
    Applied Accoustics
  • Lennart Siemann
    Fraunhofer IWES
  • Willem Fontein
    GEOxyz
  • Friso Veenstra
    TNO
  • Jeroen Godtschalk  AFRY
  • Maarten Vanneste
    NGI
  • Sanket Bhattacharya
    Fugro
  • Gwenaëlle Salaün
    Ørsted
  • Stefan Wenau
    Uni-bremen
  • Alistair Robertshaw BP
  • Robert Lorenzen Vattenfall
  • Allan McKay PGS
  • Graham Bell Rovco
  • Heidi Etter Advisian
  • Guillaume Sauvin NGI
  • Joris Siermann Shell
  • Michael Calvert Applied Accoustics
  • Lennart Siemann Fraunhofer IWES
  • Willem Fontein GEOxyz
  • Friso Veenstra TNO
Registration OPENS SOON

The deadlines are following the Local Time in the Netherlands.

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