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A pioneering event has showcased the importance of sea surveys to the offshore energy industry – and the East of England’s expertise in carrying them out.
The symposium at Norwich covered a range of specialisms from UXO detection and ecological surveys to sub-sea positioning and hydrographic mapping.
Seventy-five people from business, research and training organisations attended the event at Norwich City Football Club.
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It was the first to be staged by the East of England Energy Group’s Marine Special Interest Group, which is supported by IMarEST, and was organised jointly with the East Anglian Branch of the Hydrographic Society.
Delegates at the Symposium on Innovations in Surveying the Marine Environment heard a line-up of 12 experts including a trio of keynote speakers.
- Rick Campbell from ScottishPower Renewables, who spoke about Aerial Ecological Surveys for offshore windfarms.
- Danny Wake of Subsea7 / i-Tech Service, who talked about the innovative use of subsea LIDAR in a metrology application.
- And Colin Taylor of EDF Energy, who gave an insight into the scientific studies involved in planning new nuclear power stations.
EEEGR’s Marine Special Interest Group chairman Richard Salisbury, of Fugro, said: “The symposium was a great success and illustrated the critical importance of surveys in all that man is involved with in the marine environment. The presentations highlighted the extensive survey experience and technical capabilities that exist in the East of England.”