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MAY 2013

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to locate, recover, relay and rebury the power cable off the U.K. coast. This presentation will show how the equipment and procedures developed for this repair will work for other repair situations, especially those where increasingly congested cable corridors preclude anchoring and grapnel runs and/or are beyond diver limits. "Delegates and exhibitors cite one of the reasons to attend EnergyOcean as the opportunities to network with all segments of the industry." Registration Visit www.energyocean.com to register for EnergyOcean International 2013. n yond the traditional defnition of "beneft" to include opportunities for public investment has helped ocean energy developers around the world to win local support and ease the regulatory process. For more than a decade, elements of community ownership in European projects such as Middelgrunden (a wind farm offshore Denmark) and Samsø (Denmark's renewable energy island) have helped governments to meet their deployment goals swiftly, while ensuring meaningful, active engagement of coastal residents. This presentation will highlight this and other examples, while discussing how an expanded defnition of local beneft can provide developers, policymakers, regulators and residents with innovative strategies to help attain their goals. In addition, Cliff McDougall, the director of renewables operations for Pharos Offshore Group Ltd. (Shotts, Scotland) will present on: "Pharos Offshore Group Completes Diverless Export Cable Repair for London Array." Pharos Offshore Group successfully completed the cable repair and reburial for a section of damaged offshore wind farm subsea export cable, delivering a work package including the rapid mobilization of engineering, fabrication and operational teams 52 st / May 2013 Exhibitors List The following list of exhibitors was updated as of press time: AEWC Advanced Structures and Composites Center, University of Maine Caldwell Marine International Federal Energy Regulatory Commission GICON - Großmann Ingenieur Consult GmbH Kamatics MacArtney Inc. MREC - Marine Renewable Energy Center Rhode Island Economic Development Corp. SEA CON SeaView Systems Inc. Soil Machine Dynamics Ltd. TerraSond Ltd. Thordon Bearings Inc. Weeks Marine Inc. Woods Hole Group Inc. www.sea-technology.com

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