FWP Atlantic Forum 2017

Attending to FWP Atlantic Forum 2017

We are delighted to announce that OCA will be in St Nazaire and Lorient, from the 02/10/2017 to the 04/10/2017, to attend to the Floating Wind Power Atlantic Forum.

Our Engineering Manager, Rémi Molinengo, will be available to introduce how our skills, knowledge and lessons learnt from wider industries can create value and opportunities for these innovative Marine Renewable Energy concepts.
We are also participating in the B2B matchmaking session, so if you would like to find out what OCA expertise can do for you, do not hesitate to contact us for a meeting.


Positive French Market Developments

Offshore Construction Associates France sas has now completed its first six months trading – delivering independent offshore experience to the 1GW of Les Eoliennes en Mers projects and other European developers and Contractors.

Based in Paris, we have good access to to the the emerging French market, and with the projects announced in 2016, the next few years in France should be very positive.


Attending RenewableUK Global Offshore Wind 2016

Nick will be at the RenewableUK Conference in Manchester for both Tuesday and Wednesday this week. It will be a good opportunity to meet some new contacts, say hello to some old faces and also learn more about how the industry will be developing over the next few years.

We are particularly looking forward to the H&S Event regarding Emergency Response Planning, where lessons from industry experience will be discussed among a learned audience. At OCA we know it is vital we can effectively combine our own experience with up to date information from the wider industry to provide the most effective advice to our Clients.


Blue Piling Technology at the ICE

OCA attended the OES and BGA joint meeting Blue Piling Technology: Driving the largest piles offshore with water at the ICE last night. A good chance to catch up with the industry and meet some new people. The tech looks promising, particularly if other countries (including the UK) follow the German example of a statutory limit for underwater noise.

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