4 November 2020

 

The High Wind 2020 conference was postponed due to the Corona (Covid-19) virus situation, and was held 4 November 2020. 

The objectives of the conference are to share knowledge and information about offshore wind, such as:
  • An opportunity to reduce emissions
  • An opportunity to build new industrial value chains
  • Market and job opportunities for the industry
  • The challenges facing the industry
  • Discuss the political framework and test the political will to push forward

Conference videos

Did you miss the conference? No worries, the content is now available to everyone. Follow these links to the YouTube videos:

1. Welcome to High Wind:  https://youtu.be/wqSLsxAvQ_o

2. Our energy, our future: https://youtu.be/QQWodmCGE54

3. Offshore wind in a macroeconomic perspective: https://youtu.be/ZDBSgtfnSlo

4. How can we secure co-existence between ocean industries: https://youtu.be/2AJO2s1l1N8

5. Offshore Wind – A business case for investors: https://youtu.be/-f4u-V7nMFM

6. From intent to strategy, the supply chain perspective: https://youtu.be/6Zuc_KkptPc

7. How can Norway build a competitive offshore wind industry: https://youtu.be/jG3SbzOPEek

To download the presentations from the event, please visit: 
https://www.stavangerchamber.com/events/archive/high-wind_november-2020/

Program

Wednesday, November 04


Registration


09:00 - 09:30
Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
Business attire


Welcome to High Wind 2020


09:30 - 10:05
Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
Business attire

Conference moderator: Ingvild Meland, ONS

Welcome to High Wind

Kari Nessa Nordtun, Mayor, City of Stavanger.

Ocean energy and offshore wind
Where are we today and how do we want the industry to develop in the years to come?

Tina Bru, Minister of Petroleum and Energy.

Norwegian opportunities in offshore wind – market forecasts towards 2050
THEMA Consulting presents a new report commissioned by Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Eksportkreditt and NORWEP.

Marius Holm Rennesund, Partner, THEMA Consulting Group


Our energy, our future


10:05 - 10:35
Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
Business attire

Speakers:

How offshore wind will help Europe go carbon neutral.

Several reports have recently pointed to offshore wind as the solution to cut emissions and build the industry: IEA, Wind Europe and EU's Green Deal.

Giles Dickson, CEO, Wind Europe

The role of offshore wind in a new electric future for Equinor.

Pål Eitrheim, Executive Vice President, New Energy Solutions, Equinor


Offshore wind in a macroeconomic perspective


10:35 - 10:55
Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
Business attire

How does offshore wind industry fit into the economic situation and challenges in Europe?

A look at the macro-economic perspective particular for the North Sea area, and how offshore wind investments tie up with the economic situation and challenges in Europe.

Speakers: 

Elisabeth Holvik, Chief Economist, SpareBank 1

Kyrre Knutsen, Chief Economist, SpareBank1 SR-Bank


Lunch


10:55 - 11:40
Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
Business attire


How can we secure co-existence between ocean industries?


11:40 - 12:15
Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
Business attire

The challenges towards an actual installed base of 212 GW in 2050.

Panel debate: Can we learn from our oil and gas history with regards to coexistence?

Panel facilitator: Frank Emil Moen,  Norwegian Offshore Wind Cluster

Speakers:

  • Geir Lasse Taranger, Norwegian Institute of Marine Research 
  • Siri Meling, Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries
  • Turid Øygard, Norwegian Oil and Gas Association

Offshore wind – a business case for investors?


12:15 - 13:30
Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
Business attire

Speakers:

Good business cases we have seen as offshore wind developer

Hugo Buis, General Manager, Commercial Offshore Wind, Shell. 

Ocean industries and offshore wind as part of our Ocean Industry universe

Andreas Østern, SVP Ocean Industries, DNB

Martin Huseby Karlsen, Equity Research, DNB Markets

How are we preparing to enter the offshore wind market

Johan Sandberg, Senior Business Manager, Aker Offshore Wind

Risks and opportunities as seen from the advisors

Magnus Christian Ebbesen, Business Lead, Floating Wind Advisory, DNV GL


Break


13:30 - 13:50
Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
Business attire


From intent to strategy, the supply chain perspective


13:50 - 14:40
Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
Business attire

Panel facilitator: Birger Haraldseid, Greater Stavanger

Panel debate:   

  • Ben Bjørke, Managing Director Norway, Simens Gamesa Renewables
  • Lars Henrik Hosøy, Business Development Manager Renewables, Aibel
  • John Stangeland, CEO, Norsea Group
  • Jon Dugstad, Director Wind and Solar, Norwep

How can Norway build a competitive offshore wind industry?


14:40 - 15:40
Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
Business attire

How did we go about this in the UK?

Ronnie Quinn, advisor at Norwep on offshore wind, and formerly CEO of the UK Crown Estate.

Menon Report: Recommendations for building a Norwegian value chain for offshore wind.

Even J. A. Winje, Senior economist, Menon Economics

Are we willing to commit to the offshore wind industry? And what does the industry need to make the investments? 

Panel discussion between politicians, industry and NGO representatives. 

 

Panel facilitator: Birger Haraldseid, Greater Stavanger

Panelists: 

  • Aleksander Stokkebø, Member of Parliament from the Conservative party
  • Øystein L. Hansen, Member of Parliament from the Labour party
  • Terje Halleland, Member of Parliament from The Progress Party
  • Kari Nessa Nordtun, Mayor of Stavanger

Speakers

About

Are we willing and capable to tap into the potential of ocean wind? The backdrop is the recently released WindEurope report: Our energy, our future.

During this conference in Stavanger we will explore the potentials of offshore wind and how it can enable Europe to become carbon neutral in the future.  What will Norway's role be, and how we can make a difference? 

 

 

Venue

Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger

Address:
Olav Vs gate 3

Parking

We recommend that you use the parking in St. Olav. Entrance by Løkkeveien or St. Olavs gate.