European Subsea Cables Association (ESCA), the European trade association for submarine power and telecommunications cables
The European Subsea Cables Association (ESCA), the European trade association for submarine power and telecommunications cables has announced that its next bi-annual Plenary will be held at K&L Gates LLP offices in central London.
The Plenary will be held over 1.5 days on the 14th/15th September 2016.
Over 60 delegates from the ESCA membership: submarine cable system owners, maintenance authorities, system manufacturers, cable ship operators, consultants and submarine cable route survey companies from many different countries, will discuss and exchange technical, legal and environmental information affecting the industry.
Confirmed speakers on the agenda include:
Eugene Bergin, (Mott MacDonald Ltd) – Overview of CIGRE and Power Cables;
Andrew Thomas, (ETA Connect Ltd) – Challenges Facing The Marine Installer Within The Marine Renewable Power Industry;
Caroline Elliott (Huddersfield University) – An economic evaluation of the UK subsea cables industry encompassing quantitative and qualitative analyses;
Brian Greenwood (Winckworth Sherwood LLP) – Subsea Cables - the planning and environmental regulatory process;
Matthew Frow (Seafish) – Improving offshore awareness & the development of fishermen’s training
Other speakers are Peter Barham – Liaison Officer, Aaron Mair – Fishing Industry Consultant, together with updates from the Chairman and Sub-Group Chairmen.
For further information or if are thinking of becoming a member, please review our website and/or contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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