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INTRODUCTION Meet the Team


We return to our more natural format of features requested by our readers rather that ‘spotlighting’ specific areas of the industry.


MEET THE TEAM


Please have a quick look at our ‘Meet the Team’ page – we visit numerous events throughout the year and we love meeting our readership. In this world of advanced communication technology it is just good to meet up in person either at a stand or over a coffee/drink.


Our next event is imminent… Oceanology International at Excel, London from 15th to 17th March 2016. Please make contact so that we can diarise an appointment.


INTER-ARRAY CABLES Siem Offshore Contractors is our sponsor and therefore head our feature – they have supplied a stunning image for our front cover.


OTHER FEATURES INCLUDE… In a packed issue, we are pleased to cover the following interesting topics: • Health & Safety • Blade Inspection & Repair • Emergency Response • Launch & Recovery Systems • Seabed Surveying • Failure: Root Cause Analysis • Radar Mitigation • Due Diligence • Protective Coatings


TWENTY6 Jon Herbert, of Twenty6 , has been working


for a number of companies within the industry to help them tell their stories by means of good editorial over the last few years several of which have appeared in this magazine over the years.


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As our decision-making readership know, we do not accept advertorials as these do not work in a professional and


1 Hydraulic Pumps 2 Onshore Operations & Maintenance Sponsored by The Met Office


3 Life Extension of Windfarms 4 Supporting High Net Worth Individuals Sponsored by PJ Marks & Co


5 Substations 6 Offshore Oil Changes Sponsored by Peter Lonsdorfer


Duncan McGilvray Editor | Wind Energy Network


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sophisticated industry. Good editorial is therefore very important to us. Therefore, if you would like to use Jon as an independent writer, please do not hesitate to contact him direct.


EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS Please feel free to contribute to the next edition. Your contributions are vital to our success so please do not hesitate to get in touch.


INTERACTIVE MAGAZINE IN PRINT AND ONLINE Many of you are now quite aware of our magazine’s interactive links. By using QR Codes in the printed version and direct links online we are able to assist our readership in finding out much more information on products and services available to the industry.


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FORTHCOMING FEATURES – GET INVOLVED Please feel free to contact us if there is any subject area which you think may be of interest to our readership and we will do the rest – there is never any charge for genuine editorial.


Wind Energy Network Issue 32 (editorial deadline 15th April 2016)


7 Fire Awareness 8 Marine Co-Ordination Sponsored by Specialist Marine Consultants Ltd


9 Fall Prevention & Arrest 10 Marine Ordnance Sponsored by Ramora UK


11 Floating Wind Turbines 12 Survey Vessels Sponsored by Bibby Hydromap


13 Gangway & Access Systems 14 Workboats Sponsored by Tidal Transit


15 Subsea Umbilicals & Seals – Sponsored by Subsea Innovation


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