Selkie Operations & Maintenance Webinar – Materials

Selkie Operations & Maintenance Webinar – Materials

Following the launch of the Selkie supply chain webinar series in August, this was the next event in the series. In this webinar we delve deeper into Operations & Maintenance in the wave and tidal stream sectors. Please click below to watch Part 1 and Part 2 of the webinar ‘Operations and Maintenance in Marine Energy’. Presentations are also available to download below. 

As mentioned in the webinar, Selkie is looking for input and feedback on the tools being developed during the project. The SELKIE project is developing a decision-support tool that will allow users to:

1) simulate operations across the lifecycle considering uncertain factors e.g. weather and failures and their impact on the costs and duration of a project;

2) optimise the logistics required for the installation and Operation and Maintenance (O&M) phase e.g. port, offshore vessel fleet, activity schedule etc.

Therefore, we have developed a survey that seeks to identify what strategies the tool should be able to test and gather information to form generic case-studies, which are of most interest to industry. We would greatly appreciate participation from experts across the Offshore Renewable Energy supply chain. Please provide as much detail as possible/relevant to you. We would greatly appreciate any figures or rough ranges/percentages, but if that is not possible, general statements are still very much appreciated.

SELKIE LOGISTICS QUESTIONNAIRE  (if you have issues opening with windows explorer please use Google Chrome)

Your feedback may be anonymous. If you choose to provide your contact email, this will be kept confidential within the consortium and only used for the purpose specified (i.e. follow up discussion on topic). The survey will be open until the 1st December 2020. Information provided will be stored on a secure site or partners’ desktop computer for the duration of the SELKIE project.

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Agenda, with available presentations:

Chair – Jay Sheppard, Marine Energy Wales

2.30 TJ Horgan, Selkie Project
Introduction to the Selkie Project

2.35 Dr Fiona Devoy McAuliffe, University College Cork
O&M tools for the Marine Energy sector

2.55 Osian Roberts, Minesto
Minesto’s experience of Operations & Maintenance and the supply chain

3.15 Sarah Livett, Selkie Project
The Selkie network and business support

3.20 Q&A