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The Submarine Power Cable and Interconnection Forum successfully achieved the aim of aligning members and allies of the subsea community towards the long-term viability and robustness of the sector. Held on the 29th and 30th of June 2021, the conference successfully brought together numerous senior practitioners and industry experts from across the world to help identify and understand Submarine Installation processes and systems, Failure reduction techniques, Cost and Risk reduction techniques, and much more in connection with submarine cables.

The event was gracefully chaired by Moray Melhuis, the Founder & Principal Consultant at Annet Business Consultancy Limited, a firm offering bespoke commercial, subsea and energy transition solutions. This was helpful in the provision of seminal insights on issues centred around HVDC and submarine power cables for successful operations within a digitally shifted landscape globally.

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Matt Chester on Jul 6, 2021

Thanks for sharing the highlights for those of us that were unable to attend!

What would you say is the biggest source of inertia or greatest hurdle that remains unsolved today even when all these leaders in this space put their heads together? 

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