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UKSPILL10 and Other Key Events to be Co-located with Consense Launches Round Three Wind Farm Online
Oceanology International
Following the recent announcement of the winning
For over 40 years the biennial London-based Oceanology companies for The Crown Estate's Round 3 offshore
International exhibition and conference has played a key wind programme; Consense has been appointed by
role serving the marine science and ocean technology ScottishPower Renewables and Swedish company
community. Events held alongside the major exhibition, Vattenfall to provide a website to engage with key stake-
and free-to-attend conference, at Oceanology International holders and the public.
2010 (London's ExCeL, 9-11 March), demonstrate its
ScottishPower Renewables and Swedish company
importance and the central role it plays within the
Vattenfall have won development rights to Zone 5, to
community it serves.
generate up to 7,200MW off the Norfolk and Suffolk coast
This year's event is no exception, for the two-day UKSPILL10 with a scheme known as East Anglia Offshore Wind
Marine Oil Spill Seminar, organised by the UK Spill (www.eaow.co.uk).
Association (UKSPILL), is just one of several events to be
Now that the successful consortia have been formally
co-located with Oceanology International. The association
announced, East Anglia Offshore Wind will accelerate
represents companies, organisations and individuals
their scoping work before lodging a formal planning
working in the oil spill industry in the UK and is recognised
application. Consense will assist in an important element
by the UK Environmental and Maritime Regulators as the
of the planning application, first providing an online portal
national industry body for the commercial and related
for project details in an informative and transparent way;
interests of the industry. UKSPILL10 will take place on 9
and eventually upgrading the website to gather valuable
and 10 March at ExCeL and thus take advantage of the
feedback and comments as part of the formal
presence at Oceanology International of so many global
consultation process.
players in the sector.
JCB has been presented with its 25th Queen’s Award –
an achievement which is thought to be a national record.
JCB Earthmovers, of Cheadle, Staffordshire received the
Award in the International Trade category from HM Lord-
Lieutenant of Staffordshire, James Hawley, The Queen’s
representative in the county. It honours a rise in exports
of nearly 80% between 2005 and 2008 and takes the
number of Queen’s Awards won by the JCB Group since
1969 to 25. No other company is thought to have
matched the achievement.
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