24 Aug - 26 Aug 2021
- Location Richmond, Virginia, United States
- Our stand no. 703
- Venue Greater Richmond Convention Center
- Link IPF Together 2021 website
About IPF Together 2021
The International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum (IPF) is the premiere offshore wind energy conference in North America. Hosted by the Business Network for Offshore Wind, IPF connects global leaders and businesses in the supply chain, offers unparalleled networking opportunities, and delivers the most timely and relevant updates on the industry, from technology and policy, to safety and siting.
Visit us at booth #703 where our subject matter experts will be on hand to meet you and discuss any questions you may have.We look forward to seeing you there!
LR activity at IPF
Lloyd's Register's, Chris Pfisterer, Vice President Business Development - Energy Integration, will be speaking on the following panel:
An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth A Pound of Cure: Front-End Legal Strategy and Risk Mitigation
Date: Thursday, 26 August
Time: 3:30 – 4:30 pm EST
Why Front-end legal strategy and risk mitigation are essential to successful project execution in the US OSW Industry.
Often ignored until after a major problem arises, risk analysis and mitigation strategies are an essential element for the delivery of a successful project in the US offshore wind industry. From project design through operation and decommissioning, analyzing and proactively addressing the potential risks and challenges attendant to execution at every stage of the project results in cost savings, maximizes efficiency, ensures compliance with applicable laws, and ultimately delivers a successful endeavor.
During this workshop, it will explore strategies that have been successfully employed to analyze and de-risk project execution from the outset - including a discussion of significant legal, operational, and insurance considerations for US market participants – laying the foundation for a seamless, multi-faceted action plan that can be implemented at every phase of wind farm project development, and ultimately save significant sums in retrospective remedial costs.