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Offshore wind contracting: “the start of a renewed emphasis on co-operation”

Published on 7 December 2023

On Wednesday 6 December we welcomed representatives from contractors, developers, insurance, legal firms, and stakeholder groups at the Royal Horseguards Hotel in London to explore solutions to current challenges in offshore wind contracting.

Following the launch of IMCA’s first standard T&I contract for offshore wind, Navigating Offshore Wind Contracts featured a range of prominent industry speakers, a passionate panel discussion, and an engaged audience Q&A.

Commenting on the Seminar, David Bloom, Director of client engagement – Europe & Africa, at IMCA said: “There were plenty of takeaways for the sector, including a focus from many in the room on the need for greater industry collaboration. Yesterday’s event marks the start of a renewed emphasis from IMCA on leading efforts to increase co-operation, as we collectively aim to meet global ambitions around offshore wind.”

IMCA Contact

David Bloom
Director for Client Engagement – Europe & Africa

We would like to thank the speakers and participants from Allseas, Heerema Marine Contractors, DEME Group, Van Oord, Seaway7, NARDAC for giving up their time, especially Harry Priestley (Corio Generation) who stepped in to represent developers at the last minute.

In the coming days IMCA will be sharing video recordings of the sessions and discussions.