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Tuesday, May 24 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
The Onshore Challenge for Offshore Wind: Vital Land-Based Infrastructure Required for Offshore Wind Growth

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The development of industrial maritime infrastructure capable of meeting offshore wind's logistical demands is a critical factor in this sector’s growth. This includes wharfs and piers that can handle heavy-lift equipment, upland acreage for marshalling equipment and component manufacturing, heavy-haul road connections, and substations needed for transmission cables. As offshore wind becomes more of a part of our economy and harbor, this panel explores the onshore components that make offshore wind possible.

Available for CEUs from APA, AIA & ASLA
Panel sponsored by Equinor

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Maki Onodera

Ports & Maritime Lead for US North, Jacobs
Maki Onodera is a maritime project manager with over 20 years of experience in the planning, design, inspection, maintenance, and rehabilitation of waterfront structures, both locally and internationally. His experience also includes coastal resiliency and the incorporation of resiliency... Read More →
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Mike Stamatis

President, Red Hook Container Terminal
Michael Stamatis, president and CEO of Red Hook Terminals, began his career in the early 80s as a dock laborer handling break-bulk bananas for the global corporation Noboa. Working his way up through the company, he engaged in international trade, farming, commercial ocean transportation... Read More →
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Mike Taylor

Project Developer, Head of Ports, Equinor
Mike Taylor currently serves as Project Developer, Head of Ports, for Equinor Wind US, where he is responsible for securing the port facilities needed to support the development and growth of Equinor’s offshore wind portfolio in the United States. Mike began his career in the... Read More →
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Boone Davis

President & CEO, Arthur Kill Terminal
Prior to founding Atlantic Offshore Terminals, Boone Davis served as a principal at the Renewables Consulting Group where he worked as a consultant and project manager for New York's Offshore Wind Master Plan and assisted several other public and private sector clients to advance... Read More →

Tuesday May 24, 2022 3:00pm - 3:50pm EDT
Safra Hall (1st Floor)