Power and renewables

20th Annual Technology Week

Dynamic positioning webinar

Beyond the energy transition - tools and strategies to transform the energy value chain

Our energy economy is evolving to meet decarbonization demands. Transformations are happening across North America and while we face great risk and great opportunity there is no denying the urgency to adapt with a full understanding of the interdependencies of technologies. DNV’s industry experts have set out to bridge the gaps between technology and regulation by providing a 360 view of market opportunities, adaptation strategies, and technological advancements.

We currently have early bird pricing running through August 30th. 

  • Full Event Registration – (Reg. $225) Early Bird Price $149
  • Two-Day Ticket - (Reg. $150) Early Bird Price $99
  • One-Day Ticket - (Reg. $75) Early Bird Price $49

Join us for 2022 Technology week, Beyond the energy transition- tools and strategies to transform the energy value chain. 

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Field Marketing Manager, North America

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Where:

Katy, Texas

DNV, 1400 Ravello Rd, Katy, TX 77449

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When:

18 October - 20 October 2022, 08:00 - 17:00

Agenda

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Our energy economy is evolving to meet decarbonization demands. Transformations are happening across North America and while we face great risk and great opportunity there is no denying the urgency to adapt with a full understanding of the interdependencies of technologies. DNV’s industry experts have set out to bridge the gaps between technology and regulation by providing a 360 view of market opportunities, adaptation strategies, and technological advancements.

We currently have early bird pricing running through August 30th. 

  • Full Event Registration – (Reg. $225) Early Bird Price $149
  • Two-Day Ticket - (Reg. $150) Early Bird Price $99
  • One-Day Ticket - (Reg. $75) Early Bird Price $49

Join us for 2022 Technology week, Beyond the energy transition- tools and strategies to transform the energy value chain. 

Agenda

Event Schedule

Day 1 

Tuesday, 18 October

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM  

Grab & Go Breakfast Serving

Meet and greet networking hour and safety presentation

Energy Transition Outlook

DNV’s independent forecast of the world’s energy system to 2050. Join us to find out what will be the most likely future, considering the developments that we expect to happen.

Pathway to Net Zero Emissions

Presents the most feasible route to net zero and a 1.5°C future, including roadmaps by sector and 10 world regions. This presentation focuses on the pathway to net zero.

Financing the Energy Transition

Explore the financial opportunities and challenges for financiers, policymakers, developers, and energy companies, in ensuring an affordable, accelerated and just transition.

Maritime Forecast to 2050

Join us for a deep dive into the Energy Transition Maritime Forecast to explore DNV’s independent forecast of the world’s energy system to 2050. Find out what will be the most likely future for maritime, considering the developments that we expect to happen.

Presenter

Simon Mockler

Regional Decarbonization Manager

Antony DSouza

Regional Manager

Jan Hagen Andersen

Business Development Manager

Benefit from Re-using Analysis Software from DNV in the Design of Offshore Wind

Join DNV experts to learn what is common analysis practices between OWT and O&G – and what is different. Calculating the turbine loads and using them in ULS and FLS will also be discussed. Plus, explore fixed OWT design.

Presented by

Ole Jan Nekstad

Business Development Director

Grab & Go Lunch Serving

Save Costs by Using a 3D CAD Model When Making Structural Analysis Models

This session focuses on how a 3D CAD model can be converted (and the steps of doing so) to a shell finite element model for use in hydrodynamic and structural analysis of floaters. You will learn that the conversion is down from weeks to hours. The conversion of 3D CAD models is based on MSC Apex while the hydrodynamics and structural analysis is based on Sesam from DNV.

Presenters

Piotr Szalewski

Principal Engineer

Grzegorz Malinowski

Principal Engineer

Stefan Tyneliu

MSC Apex Business Development Specialist EMEA

Hydrogen: The Green Fuel of the Future Solutions

Join us for an introduction to hydrogen, the overall value chain, and market insights.

Presented by

Martha Ramos-Gomez

Hydrogen and CCS Segment Lead North America

Grab & Go Snack Serving

Maritime Decarbonization

Explore key technology status, decarbonization strategies and green financing for maritime applications.

Presented by

Simon Mockler

Regional Decarbonization Manager

Jan Hagen Andersen

Business Development Manager

Role of Materials in Facilitating a Hydrogen Economy

This presentation will explore potential material concerns related to hydrogen and CO2 transportation and storage.

Presented by

Ramgopal Thodla

Head of Section - Materials Technology Development

Transportation of Hydrogen Blends in Natural Gas Pipelines

Discover the process and considerations for evaluating the feasibility of transporting hydrogen blends in existing natural gas pipeline systems from injection through consumption.

Presented by

Shane Finneran

Head of Section, Hydrogen and Modeling Services

Day 2 

Wednesday, 19 October

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM  

Breakfast Grab & Go Serving

Meet and Greet Networking and Safety Message

Better Management of a Blended System

Join us for a discussion of top-of-mind operation activities and actionable best practices for blended systems including real-time network management, billing standards, maintaining minimum pressures during non-peak usage periods and hydrogen integration

Presented by

Anthony Gilbert

Head of Performance Solutions

The Design of Fixed and Floating Offshore Wind Foundations and Turbine Design

In this session, you will learn how to calculate the performance and loads of turbines and how these are used in a coupled analysis to design the foundation, e.g., monopile or jacket. The demonstrations will be done using DNV products. Plus, discover how the products from DNV can be used in the design of floating OWT foundations (initial, global, detailed). You will also learn how we do the design of mooring lines and cables as well as how to do transportation and installation.

Presented by

Laurens Alblas

Product Manager - Offshore Wind

Ole Jan Nekstad

Business Development Manager

Joe Zhang Ph.d

Product Manager - Floating Structures

Drivers and Strategies for Managing Decarbonization in the LNG Value Chain (Part 1)

Discover how to tackle the carbon intensity of the LNG supply chain for transmission, liquefaction and shipping emissions.

Presented by

Pedram Fanailoo

Regional Market Area Leader - Gas Grids

Laith Amin

Head of CCUS Venture

Offshore Wind Vessels

Explore the latest trends in offshore wind vessels and hear from industry experts on what challenges they face.

Speaker

Arnstein Eknes

Business/Segment Director - Special Ships

Truls Richardsen

Regional Offshore Manager

Hydraulic Modeling of Hydrogen

Learn the differences between hydrogen and other natural gases to identify the considerations needed for hydrogen blending and flow-through of existing pipeline systems.

Presenters

Li Guohua

Principal Hydraulic Engineer

Michelle Moyer

Engineer

Detection and Quantification of Methane for Emissions Reduction

Explore how to evaluate, compare and select suitable leak detection technologies to comply with existing and forthcoming regulations and discover how leak detection is part of an improved methane emission reduction program.

Presenter

Noorallah Rostamy

Senior Engineer

Grab & Go Lunch Serving

Battery and Fuel Cells Workshop (Maritime)

Explore flag administration requirements, DNV requirements, manufacturer technology review, safety and end-user perspectives.

Presenters

Jan Hagen Andersen

Business Development Manager

Eduardo Rodrigues

Senior Consultant

Arnstein Eknes

Global Segment Director, Special Ships

Drivers and Strategies for Managing Decarbonization in the LNG Value Chain (Part 2)

Discover how to tackle the carbon intensity of the LNG supply chain for transmission, liquefaction and shipping emissions.

Speaker

Pedram Fanailoo

Regional Market Area Leader - Gas Grids

Laith Amin

Head of CCUS Venture

Grab & Go Snack Serving

Co2 Pipeline Hazards

Join us for deep dive into C02 transportation concerns where our energy experts will review propagating pipeline fractures, release/dispersion modeling, and impurity impacts. Plus explore considerations when modelling CO2 and the SPS system.

Presented by

Benjamin Hanna

Senior Technical Lead

Cynthia M Spitzenberger

Principal Consultant

Day 3 

Thursday, 20 October

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM  

Breakfast Grab & Go Serving

Meet and Greet Networking and Safety Message

Weld Strain Capacity

Gain an overview of weld strain capacity analysis for geohazard management.

Presenters

Ken Lee

Principal Engineer

Onshore and Offshore Wind Farm Resource Analysis

Discover how DNV’s WindFarmer software can be used to reduce uncertainties in wind farm energy predictions and wind farm design. Learn about DNV’s latest wake and blockage model validation, and how this is driving model accuracy improvements. Plus, witness how automation capabilities can improve the efficiency of these workflows, and how the WindFarmer web API uses cloud technology to facilitate demanding optimisation routines.

Presented by

Tom Levick

Modelling Lead

Warwick Elkins

Wind Farmer Sales Engineer

Half-Decade of Digitalization in Maritime

Get inspired by successful digitalization examples from across the industry.

Speaker

Truls Richardsen

Regional Offshore Manager

Jan Hagen Andersen

Business Development Manager

Dent Analysis with API 1183

Learn about API 1183 and the various levels of dent analysis accounted for in the standard and what data requirements are needed to perform each analysis.

Presented by

Joe Bratton

Principal Engineer/Head of Department

Lunch Grab & Go Serving

Qualification of Digital Twins RP-A204 Lunch & Learn

Grab your lunch and join us for this exciting session to get an overview of DNV’s Recommended Practice DNV-RP-A204 for assuring the quality and trustworthiness of digital twins. Learn digital twin key concepts, qualification and assurance principles, and the process of qualifying and assuring digital twins. The session is relevant for asset operators, system suppliers, independent verifiers, and regulators in diverse industries.

Presenter

Vivek Jaiswal

Senior Engineer

Corrosion Growth Rate Analysis from ILI Data

Learn how to identify statically active corrosion from multiple ILI runs to improve dig response programs.

Presented by

Mark Escobedo

Senior Consultant

Floating Offshore Wind - Industry Perspective

Hear from industry experts on the latest developments and challenges in floating offshore wind.

Presenters

Piotr Szalewski

Principal Engineer

Truls Richardsen

Regional Offshore Manager

Gregor Madden

Area Manager

Sensitivity Analysis Risk Model

This presentation will highlight how risk models can be utilized to perform sensitivity analyses in order to determine which data elements have the biggest impact on risk profile in order to prioritize data collection and mitigation efforts

Presented by

Alex Woll

Senior Engineer

Grab & Go Snack Serving

Pipeline Grade Estimation

Overview of regulatory requirements for pipeline grade estimation and how to achieve compliance using statistical methods.

Presented by

Tara McMahan

Principal Engineer/Manager

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is this event ideal for?
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This event is ideal for engineering firms, ship owners/managers, offshore O&G and offshore wind contractors, offshore energy companies, flag administrations, shipyards, pipeline gas operators, midstream customers, engineers, EPCs, gas distribution & transmission companies.
Why should I attend?
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Market players are challenged to find the tools needed to help navigate the energy transition, alternative fuels, international regulations, and financial requirements. DNV has a long history of supporting customers to adapt for decarbonization goals. We have expertise across the entire energy value chain with an expansive understanding of the evolving technologies and insight into the pressures customers are facing. This event will present the most relevant topics to explore guidelines, tools, and strategies to help you adapt to the transforming energy landscape.
Do I need to attend the entire event?
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No, we have a full event, multi-day and single-day event admission tickets available. You can view our session schedule here and pick the admission ticket that works best for you. 
Are there any hotel accommodations available for the event?
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There are a number of hotels located near the DNV Katy office. We do not have any event hotel packages or discounts included in the event. Below is a list of hotels nearest the facilities.

Where to stay

Hampton Inn - Suites Houston I-10 West Park Row TX

Marriott Houston Energy Corridor

Best Western Premier Energy Corridor

Courtyard Houston Katy Mills

Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Houston West - Katy M

Residence Inn Houston Katy Mills

SpringHill Suites Houston Katy Mills

Which of these hotels have shuttles that can take us to the venue every day?
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Please check with your hotel to see if they provide a shuttle service. We do not have any shuttle service offered with the event.
Is parking free for the event?
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Yes, there are no charges for parking. You may park in the available spaces outside of our Katy Office located at 1400 Ravello Dr, Houston TX 77449. Please observe all posted parking signs and restrictions.
What are your COVID Safety Guidelines?
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DNV takes COVID-19 safety seriously. We follow all CDC recommendations aligning with state and city guidelines. We ask that attendees take appropriate precautions to stop the spread of COVID by following all state, city, and CDC recommendations. Please be sure to check prior to the event for any changes related to COVID precautions as we will keep this page up to date with changes.
What is the refund policy for tickets purchased?
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Event tickets will receive a full refund up to 3 days before the event for a full refund. Please login to your registration to process the cancellation request. Refunds may take up to 14 days to process.
Do we need to pay for food at the event?
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No, each ticket includes breakfast, lunch and snack grab & go servings for each ticket day purchased. No additional ticket purchases are required.
Do your sessions offer certificates of attendance for PDHs?
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While not all sessions will provide a certificate of attendance, many of our sessions will provide a certificate of attendance for the event. Be sure to sign in at each session to ensure you receive your certificates. Certificates will be sent to the email on your registration after the event. Please allow up to 30 days for receipt of certificates.
Will sessions be recorded?
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No, this is a live event only and there will be no recordings available for these sessions.
Is there a virtual ticket option?
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No, this is a live event and there is no option to attend virtually.

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