PIANC NSW Technical Seminar: Emerging Futures: Offshore wind, Onshore power, Compressed hydrogen

The NSW Chapter of PIANC ANZ cordially invites you to their upcoming networking event in Sydney on Thursday, 25 July.


Three topical short presentations will be followed by question time, and a networking opportunity over drinks and light snacks.

Online participation also available. PIANC members and non-members are welcome.

This event is FREE but registrations are ESSENTIAL.

Registered online participants will be emailed the meeting link (Teams).

Port Development Unlocking the Australian Offshore Wind Industry - Oliver Davey, Arup

Oliver is a Senior Engineer within Arup’s Maritime team. He has worked on a wide range of infrastructure design and maritime projects around the world. He is a Chartered member of the ICE & has over ten years’ experience in the maritime industry.

Oliver has an in depth experience in the port and logistics requirements for the offshore wind sector including fixed and floating both working at ARUP and through his two-year secondment to SPR managing port infrastructure upgrades as well as the offshore scour and grouting installation packages.

Compressed Hydrogen Shipping - Chris To, WSP

Chris is a civil engineer with over six years’ experience delivering a diverse range of projects across various stages of the project lifecycle.

His recent work centres on port planning, covering all marine and landside aspects, including channels, berths, storage yards, gate complexes, railyards, maintenance facilities and buildings. Chris has also developed experience in the emerging renewable energy sector, including planning and designing hydrogen export facilities and ports to support construction and operation of offshore wind farms.

White Bay Cruise Terminal - Onshore Power Supply - Fauzan Zulkhepli, Port Authority of NSW

Fauzan has worked in the dynamic world of upstream and downstream oil and gas industry for over 15 years, specialising in major multimillion-dollar infrastructure development and spearheading implementation of sustainability initiatives for multinational energy conglomerates. Fauzan has completed large scale mission critical projects in most major cities in Australia and other regional hubs in Asia Pacific.

Fauzan is a qualified electrical and instrumentation engineer, and has a passion for sustainable development, and expediting Australia’s transition to renewable energy inline with the government’s net zero target. Fauzan is currently participating in the national (Standards Australia) and IEC/IEEE/ISO standard committees for the development of shore power technical standards, and chairing MarCom Working Group 248 – Guidance for Onshore Power Supply (OPS) for Ships under the auspices of PIANC.

PIANC members and non-members are welcome.

Please register before July 18th for catering purposes by completing the form at this link:


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