Houlder is highlighting the support it gives to the oil & gas and renewable energy sectors by exhibiting at Amsterdam’s Offshore Energy Conference and Exhibition (OECC), 22-24 October.
A team including James Russell, Marine Equipment Director and Julian Mason, Marine Design Project Director will be at Houlder’s stand (1.312) to promote the company’s installation equipment, vessel design, engineering and through life support capabilities. These have combined to develop award winning pile and jacket handling equipment, subsea floating accommodation and turbine installation vessels. The company also has a track record of completing yard stays, upgrades and conversions of drilling units, offshore support vessels and other oil & gas infrastructure.
Visitors to the Offshore Energy Conference and Exhibition can learn more about Houlder’s expertise in equipment delivery, vessel design, structural engineering, hydrodynamics and operational management. Houlder works with global energy companies, utility companies, vessel owners, operators and contractors to ensure safe and cost-effective project delivery. Our design teams combine creativity, pragmatism and discipline to develop new concepts, support decision making and validate safety, performance and feasibility. Houlder’s blend of skills and experience have a proven track record of success on various contracts including the Walney Farm extension, Horns Rev 3, Rampion and Aberdeen Bay Offshore Wind Farms.
As well as supply equipment, Houlder also supplies the following advisory and consultancy services to developers and other parties
In all its work, Houlder quickly gets to the detail and provide answers using a range tools and software including NAPA, Nupas-Cadmatic, Solidworks and Autodesk Inventor. Its calculations, drawings, graphics and animations focus on giving offshore wind developers the confidence to invest, build and operate new assets.
The new website will share more information for those with a direct interest in offshore wind. Visitors to the Offshore Energy Conference and Exhibition can see models and animations of the company’s equipment in action. They will also have the opportunity to chat to project team members, senior management and engineers about the future of offshore energy.
You can register for the event here.