Oceantic Network Offshore Wind Event - IPF 2024


DeepWater Buoyancy is exhibiting at Oceantic Network’s International Partnering Forum (IPF) 2024 conference.

The event will take place April 22-25, 2024 at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.

About the Event

The International Partnering Forum (IPF), hosted by Oceantic Network (formerly the Business Network for Offshore Wind), is the premier offshore wind energy conference in the Americas. Industry experts from around the world converge to share best business practices, the most advanced technical and scientific findings, and policy updates impacting offshore wind. IPF connects global leaders and businesses in the supply chain, offers unparalleled networking opportunities, and delivers the most timely and relevant updates on the industry, from technology and policy to safety and siting.

Located in the heart of America’s offshore energy industry, New Orleans will host 2024 IPF just as the Gulf of Mexico begins developing its offshore wind market. Taking place April 22-25, 2024, IPF offers registrants a vast array of networking opportunities to grow your business, including the popular WindMatch™ program. With the rapid expansion of offshore wind, IPF attendance helps secure your place as a leader in the industry.

Learn more HERE.


Oceantic Network IPF 2024

Who is the Oceantic Network?

At the Oceantic Network (formerly the Business Network for Offshore Wind), our driving purpose is to inform, coordinate, and mobilize human ingenuity, enterprise, and labor to take advantage of the urgent need to tap the vast renewable energy resources that lie offshore in the world’s oceans. The collective, coordinated efforts of our members equip communities and nations to accelerate the transition to clean energy and create economic opportunities.

Over the past ten years, the Network has grown along with the industry, changing its name to expand and include industry sectors. At its ten-year mark, the Network continues to look forward and set the pace for the industry; that includes an expanded view of what offshore wind can provide the energy mix. Offshore wind is the gateway to other ocean renewables, including green hydrogen, wave energy, and more. Offshore wind as an industry will remain the main focus of the Network; however we are expanding our scope to grow and adapt as the industry does the same. With this enlarged focus, the Network changed its name from the Business Network for Offshore Wind to the Oceantic Network.

Learn More HERE.

At the Booth

David Capotosto (Director of Business Development, DeepWater Buoyancy) will be in attendance at our Booth – #2036.  He will be joined by Kurt Fromhurst of Waters and David, Company, DeepWater Buoyancy’s Gulf Coast sales representatives.  The company will be highlighting its offerings for floating offshore wind projects.

  • Interarray Cable Buoyancy
  • Mooring Line Buoyancy
  • Full line of Buoyancy and Deployment Platforms for Subsea Instrumentation

See our full product offering HERE.

Floating Offshore Wind Interarray Cable Buoyancy

About DeepWater Buoyancy, Inc.

DeepWater Buoyancy creates subsea buoyancy products for leading companies in the oceanographic, seismic, survey, military and offshore oil & gas markets.   Customers have relied on our products for over forty-five years, from the ocean surface to depths exceeding six thousand meters.

Learn more at www.DeepWaterBuoyancy.com