ABS to Address Offshore Wind Risk Management

Press Release
Friday, February 22, 2013

ABS Consulting will present at the Offshore Wind Transport and Lift Workshop in London.on February 26.

 

The presentation will focus on risks which may arise during installation and construction phases of offshore wind farm projects while looking into major practical solutions in challenging offshore wind construction environment.

 

Jale Cairney, Business Development Director, Europe Renewable Energy at ABS Group will address the risk management concept and appropriate risk assessment strategies for offshore wind project specific transportation and lifting activities. Jale has experience in the wind energy industry including business development, project management, capital project evaluation, project finance, risk management and QHSE management. She was also responsible for the project controls of the first two offshore wind farm projects in the UK. Jale will be available for discussion after the presentation.

www.abs-group.com

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