2-3 October 2019
Hilton Canary Wharf,
Global Dredging Forum
Attract new business. Discover the opportunities capital dredging offers for port growth and new contracts. Make sure your maintenance dredging projects are compliant.
Hear first-hand experiences on major port expansion, greenfield projects, and how to meet the needs of larger vessels, and increased volumes of traffic.
What's on the agenda
Find out how ports are developing their infrastructure through capital dredging projects and the pressures ports face when completing maintenance projects.
Learn about the latest port expansion projects, capabilities and demands
Find out about market projections - what is the outlook and expectation of maritime energy trade and what does it mean for the infrastructure and growth of the global port network?
Three Unique Cases Studies
Which method is best for your expansion?
Hear lessons learned from recent global dredging projects - both capital and maintenance dredging projects
- Australia keynote: capital dredging at the world's largest bulk export port
- Innovative project experience from the USA: The Big Bend Channel Project
- Green field project in focus: India case study
Technical and practical aspects of dredging
Get up to speed in the latest technologies and solutions to speed up dredging and ensure your project is cost effective
Environmental factors and sustainable dredging
Understand the environmental impacts on coastal ecology and systems from dredging, and how to approach an environmental risk analysis.
Hear updates on sustainable port practice and reducing emissions, adhering to environmental regulation, and how climate change and rising sea levels could impact your port or terminal
Investment and financing projects
Discussions on getting buy in for projects, securing investment and achieving a good ROI on your project
Cut through the red tape and understand how the regulatory bodies manage applications and structure licenses
Hear from ports on how they prioritise the factors that lead to maintenance dredging - What is the industry benchmark for when a port should dredge?