It is still early days for floating wind development, but the pipeline of projects is growing, and new markets are emerging. New technology and the development of local supply chains will help bring down the overall cost of offshore wind facilities and enable more floating wind projects to move forward. Industry analysts forecast about 3-19 GW of new floating wind capacity by 2030, with the number of floating wind units projected to grow to 12,000 by 2040. Wind developers have adopted floating designs from the oil and gas industry, including spar, semisubmersible, TLP, and hybrid-based systems. Demand is increasing for the conversion of wave and solar energy into power with floating systems as well. 

Oil and gas operators and renewable energy developers are benefiting from cross-industry partnering and the sharing of skills, resources, and lessons learned for offshore energy development. But more collaboration is needed to improve the overall economics and carbon footprint of the offshore industry.  

This new conference aims to bring together global operators, developers, and supply chain companies to explore the technologies, construction and installation techniques, operational challenges, and regulatory/permitting issues that face today’s offshore energy industry.

Who Should Attend? 

  • Corporate & General Management
  • Managing Director
  • Technical Director
  • Construction Manager
  • Commercial Manager
  • Design Consultants
  • Naval Architect
  • Engineering Management
  • Project Management
  • Design Consultants
  • Petroleum Engineers
  • Drilling Engineers
  • Production Engineers
  • Pipeline Engineers
  • Riser Engineers
  • Operations Management
  • Design Consultants
  • HSE Manager
  • Business Development Manager


The conference program seeks to demonstrate how companies find value with floating energy systems. The event organizers invite industry professionals to present case studies, lessons learned, and best practices from operator and developer perspectives. New technical solutions and services from the supply chain are encouraged as well, with a neutral and non-commercial message.   

Discussion topics for Floating Energy Systems 2022 will include:

  • Floating systems design
  • Operations and maintenance
  • New technology
  • Digital solutions
  • Floating wind farms
  • Project economics
  • Project management
  • Policy and regulatory updates
  • Shipyard services
  • FPSO redeployment
  • Remote operations
  • Facility life extension
  • Heavy-lift installation
  • Mooring systems
  • Production risers
  • Topside processing
  • Standardization
  • Wind turbine towers and blades
  • Marine and support services
  • Supply chain development
  • Contracting strategies
  • Energy transition
  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions
  • Methane leak detection
  • Executive perspectives

The audience will be:
Decision makers across the global oil, gas, and renewable energy industries that are interested in developing safe, clean, and cost-effective floating systems, including the following. 

Job functions:

  • Engineer
  • Naval Architect
  • Project Manager
  • Technical Director
  • Construction Manager
  • Commercial Manager
  • HSE Manager
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chief Operations Officer
  • Vice President of Technology
  • Vice President of Production
  • Business Development Manager


  • Operators
  • Developers
  • Contractors
  • Equipment suppliers
  • Service companies
  • Shipyards/fabrication yards
  • Regulators
  • Consultants