Offshore Energy 2019
SafeLane's marine team is excited to be attending the Offshore Energy conference in Amsterdam to showcase their unexploded ordnance and chemical munition risk mitigation capabilities.
On the 7th, 8th and 9th of October, the Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference (OEEC) is where the energy transition will be taking place.
As this is Europe’s leading gathering of the entire offshore energy industry, SafeLane’s marine team is attending because of its extensive experience in the delivery of unexploded ordnance survey and disposal, and chemical warfare agent monitoring and decontamination services.
SafeLane will be on stand 1.622 and the director of marine services, Chas Reid, will be on hand to answer any questions stand visitors have.
Currently operational in Asia in support of one of the energy industry’s global partners on sustainable energy solutions, SafeLane is also operational on an energy project in the Baltic.
Recent projects have seen the marine team providing non-intrusive marine surveys inshore in the UK, target investigation offshore for a wind farm and embedded marine explosive ordnance and chemical munitions consultancy on board the largest pipe laying vessel in the world.
As an offshore energy professional, you don’t need to understand the complex risks posed by UXO and chemical munitions in the marine environment, you just need to understand that SafeLane underwrites your risk and comprehensively removes it, saving you time and money and keeping your project on track.
SafeLane is your trusted partner.
Visit the team on stand 1.622 – or contact them today to discuss your current project and requirements: +44 (0) 1634 471 340