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New Build Europe 2010 will provide a platform for you to discover upcoming technologies and effectively shape your project development/management strategies.

The efficiency and profitability of coal and gas power plants is a major issue at the minute, with Utilities actively scrutinising these in their new build plans. Plus the challenges of effective operation is beginning to be a key focus, with the procurement of quality products and scheduling coming to the fore.

This conference will fully cover these areas and show you how they affect your business strategy. It will also focus on clarifying investment and lifespan issues particularly with coal plants and show how to integrate fossil and renewable energy in the long-term.

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New Build Europe 2010

  1. 1. In association with: 4th New Build Europe 2010 Organised by: Wednesday 26 and Thursday 27 May 2010, Düsseldorf, Germany uncover key projects and developments and shape your new build strategy effectively to ensure you meet future energy needs MaIN HIGHlIGHTs INCluDE: KEyNOTE sPEaKERs: • Network with the key Project Directors Thomas Dalsgaard, Vice President Power, in the industry DONG ENERGy • Discover 11 industry case studies of Europe’s turnkey thermal power plant Grant Budge, Director, POWERFuEl POWER developments • Join our panel discussion and learn to overcome operational challenges Francisco García Peña, Engineering R&D Manager, ElCOGas Bruno Kuckartz, Director, TÜV RHEINlaND TOP COMPaNIEs INDusTRy sERVICEs REPREsENTED INCluDE: 1. IEa ClEaN COal CENTRE andrew Neville, Head of Conventional 2. E.ON sVERIGE Thermal, alPIQ suIssE 3. RWE NPOWER John Topper, Managing Director, IEa ClEaN 4. ENEl COal CENTRE 5. DONG ENERGy 6. NuON MinDirig Franzjosef schafhausen, Head KI I, Environment and Energy, GERMaN FEDERal 7. alPIQ suIssE MINIsTRy FOR THE ENVIRONMENT, NaTuRE 8. ElCOGas CONsERVaTION aND NuClEaR saFETy REGIsTER NOW: ■ Tel: +44 (0)20 7753 4268 ■ Fax: +44 (0) 20 7915 9773 Register online now at:
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Programme Day One Wednesday 26 May 2010 08:30 Registration and coffee 12:20 Constructing the world’s first large scale integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) power station with 09:00 Opening remarks from the Chair James Varley, Managing Editor, MODERNPOWERsysTEMs carbon capture capability in two phases ● Outlining phase I of the Hatfield IGCC project: general features, layout DEVElOPING yOuR BusINEss PORTFOlIO sMaRTly and design of the planned 800MW “syngas ready” CCGT island Exploring how CCS will be implemented and fully integrated in phase II BasED ON CuRRENT MaRKET TRENDs ● ● Managing the construction and commissioning of the gasification 09:10 Keynote: Exploring the low carbon transition from a island to achieve a 900MW syngas mode of operation business perspective and its effects on DONG Energy’s ● Allowing fuel switching and blending of raw gas to the turbines by fitting the power island with Multi Nozzle Quiet Combustors (MNQCs) strategic positioning Grant Budge, Director, POWERFuEl POWER ● Outlining what countries want and what companies do: mapping the low carbon landscape 13:00 Lunch ● Making commercial sense of the low carbon transition - What policymakers should do 14:00 learning from Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle - What companies could do (IGCC) case studies for new generations of IGCC-based ● Shaping DONG Energy's strategic repositioning: presenting a power plants case study ● Outlining the main principles of a coal-based IGCC plant and ● Assessing concluding remarks and giving recommendations for understanding key benefits future business decisions ● Highlighting recent technical developments to optimise IGCC processes Thomas Dalsgaard, Vice President Power, DONG ENERGy ● Description of the IGCC plant with CO2-H2 production available in 09:50 Presenting the German energy strategy: uncovering the Puertollano for developing new processes and new equipment Presenting findings on the biomass feedstock in IGCC which offers stage of national energy agenda on the German energy ● higher energy and environmental efficiencies than CHP supply over the next 20 years ● Presenting findings of the first operative pilot plant to capture CO2 ● Giving an update on which national carbon emission targets and and to produce H2 integrated in an operative IGCC which strategy will be pursued to reach them Francisco García Peña, Engineering R&D Manager, ElCOGas ● Discovering the ratios allocated to the different energy sectors to serve increasing energy needs and meet environmental targets BOOsTING PlaNT EFFICIENCy By aPPlyING COMBINED ● Understanding economic viability studies ● Outlining how this will affect on national regulations and financial CyClEs aND TaCKlING lEGIslaTIONal IssuEs support in different areas 14:40 Building a combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) MinDirig Franzjosef schafhausen, Head KI I, Environment and Energy, power station, highlighting challenges faced and GERMaN FEDERal MINIsTRy FOR THE ENVIRONMENT, NaTuRE CONsERVaTION aND NuClEaR saFETy lessons learnt ● Planning the Severn Power plant effectively to minimise 10:30 uncovering the perspective of the future power environmental impact of the 800MW plant generation portfolio: meeting higher energy ● Exploring which technical systems and equipment will be used to optimise efficiency needs, tightening regulations and environmental ● Describing the completion of early works and site preparation developments ● Reviewing challenges that have been overcome and forecasting future ● Forecasting to which level energy need will increase in the future milestones to meet public and legislative requirements ● Establishing how Europe’s energy portfolio needs to be shaped ● Forecasting next steps to be taken to complete the project in 2010 according to CO2 emission reduction targets Richard Tyreman, Project Director, severn Power limited, DONG ENERGy ● Integrating more renewable energies into the power grid and into existing coal and gas plants 15:20 Afternoon refreshments ● Assessing the share of fossil power needed in the future as back up for renewable sources 15:50 understanding CCGT new build constraints in switzerland ● Establishing the impact of nuclear power phase out and how they are tackled at alpiq’s Chavalon project ● Building stable networks with a balanced, efficient and ● Presenting Alpiq’s current projects, portfolio and future developments environmentally friendly power landscape ● Clarifying new power plant requirements in order to meet Dr. Franz Bauer, Head of Fossil-fired Power Plants, Switzerland’s energy needs successfully VGB POWERTECH ● Assessing potential available to realize future CCGT projects ● Outlining and overcoming constraints for CCGT new build in terms of 11:10 Morning refreshments managing approval processes effectively Identifying CO2 legislation for CCGTs and how to fully comply with it IMPlEMENTING ClEaN COal uTIlIzaTION TO REDuCE ● ● Revealing the status and next milestones of the Chavalon project CaRBON EMIssIONs andrew Neville, Head of Conventional Thermal, alPIQ suIssE 11:40 learning from the benchmark project Torrenord after 16:30 Presenting case studies on building a CCGT power the 1st year of commercial operation to optimise Porto station with optimised efficiency and flexibility Tolle’s construction ● Outlining strategic rationale for the site selection, design and life- ● Highlighting the commissioning of Blocks 2 and 3 of the Torrenord span and capacity of a project project and giving an overview of design and equipment ● Exploring the Staythorpe and Pembroke power station projects ● Explaining advanced clean coal technology used and presenting key ● Integrating the gas turbine, steam turbine generation and heat figures for NOx and SOx emissions recovery steam generator into a seamless system ● Identifying the lessons learnt and how they are implemented at ● Exploring which type of gas turbine, heat recovery steam Porto Tolle generator (HRSG) and potential other systems will be used ● Focussing on CCS at Porto Tolle: presenting the retrofit coal-fired plant ● Assessing which technical specifications increase operational project and explaining the schedule flexibility ● Working towards Enel’s plan to increase clean coal power generation ● Preparing for further developments and potential improvements to 50% by 2013 simon Jameson, Project Director - CCGT New Build, RWE NPOWER leonardo arrighi, Executive Vice President of Enel Produzione, Power Plant Development, ENEl 17:10 Closing remarks from the Chair and close of Day One
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Programme Day Two Thursday 27 May 2010 08:30 Registration and coffee 13:30 Panel discussion: Optimising quality assurance of supplied products and construction through 09:00 Opening remarks from the Chair James Varley, Managing Editor, MODERNPOWERsysTEMs implementing an effective auditing and supply chain management system WORKING TOWaRDs DECaRBONIsaTION WITH CCs aND ● Describing current quality issues according to internal or external INTEGRaTING RENEWaBlE sOuRCEs quality policies when sourcing equipment globally for a new power plant 09:10 Keynote: uncovering the future global demand for coal ● Assessing technical quality of supplied products and understanding fired power and the approach to decarbonisation how they need to be applied and integrated accurately ● Arising pressures from climate change concerns towards a reduction ● Learning from experiences with suppliers outside of Europe, in coal use world-wide whilst large non-OECD economies are predominately South East Asia and implementing regular audits to intending to scale up their coal use for power generation to support ensure quality requirements are met the growth in their economies ● Improving quality management and assurance during the ● Highlighting the need to have the most efficient technologies, as construction phase through specific training and monitoring of staff developed in Europe, Japan and Korea, to be deployed as quickly ● Identifying economic restraints and organisational challenges and and widely as possible defining strategies to overcome these ● Reviewing the technical and non-technical development status of ● Developing an efficient supply chain management approach that CCS in relation to pressures for near total decarbonisation ● Mapping out what would be technically and institutionally complements quality assurance processes to ensure greater necessary to attain global climate stabilisation at not more sourcing control than 2°C temperature rise by 2050: assessing these led by the day’s speakers challenging targets John Topper, Managing Director, IEa ClEaN COal CENTRE HIGHlIGHTING FuRTHER INDusTRy CasE sTuDIEs ON CCGT aND COMBINED HEaT aND POWER (CHP) 09:50 Identifying OMV’s new build approach: entering the power business as an oil and gas group 14:10 learning from the CHP Malmö project: modernization ● Tackling the challenges of the current environment effectively and CCGT new build of the former coal-fired power ● Understanding the change of the energy landscape and making station Öresundsverket smart strategic decisions ● Building on an old history and understanding the background ● Integrating renewable energy sources into the existing ● Outlining the new build project and approach energy portfolio ● Considering climate and environment aspects effectively ● Outlining OMV's strategic outlook ● Exploring operation and maintenance of the plant to optimise power ● Presenting OMV's contribution and project portfolio production Martin Thomas, Managing Director, Carl-Gunnar Holm, Vice President, Project Director Öresundsverket OMV POWER INTERNaTIONal Plant, E.ON VÄRMEKRaFT sVERIGE 10:30 Morning refreshments 14:50 Afternoon refreshments 11:00 Constructing a turnkey integrated gasification 15:20 Minimising CO2 emissions and maximising efficiency combined cycle (IGCC) power station based on the rates: presenting the 800 MW combined cycle power multi-fuel concept in two phases ● Outlining phase 1 of the Magnum IGCC project: general features, plant Mellach layout and design of the planned 1.200MW IGCC facility ● Assessing energy demand and feasibility and choosing appropriate ● Highlighting recent technical developments to optimise power design parameters according state of the art of combined cycle generation processes power plants ● Presenting the multi-fuel concept that allows the use of natural gas, ● Environmental effects of partial replacement of existing old units by coal and biomass in order to optimise the electricity generation new units using Best Available Techniques (BAT) process in terms of flexibility ● Implementing key actions to be taken to ensure high profitability and ● Describing the process of the phase 2 construction plan: identifying fast pay back investment in coal and biomass gasification technology and ● Overcoming project management challenges effectively and ensuring preparing for a CCS facility a smooth construction process ● Uncovering further developments considered to improve efficiency Martin Hochfellner, Project Manager CCGT-Mellach, VERBuND and reduce carbon emissions to a minimum Maarten Berkhout, Project Director Nuon Magnum, 16:00 Explaining the approach to develop and install Phase 2, NuON the combined cycle heat and power plant (CCHPP) Energetika by comparing best practice and exploring OVERCOMING OPERaTIONal aND QualITy upcoming technologies MaNaGEMENT CHallENGEs EFFECTIVEly ● Choosing the most appropriate CHP system in terms of size and 11:40 Optimising sourcing from asia and Eastern Europe: applications for your power generation portfolio following a thermo- outlining challenges and solutions for quality and economic approach Matching the existing gas turbine with steam turbine and supply chain management ● ● Exploring the current purchasing approach for power plant generator systems equipment and involved risks ● Assessing the type of HRSG that is best applicable and ● Learning from experiences on equipment quality and consequences understanding how to integrate it successfully for power plant projects ● Understanding Combined Cooling Heat and Power (CCHP) using an ● Giving a summary on major short comings and potential reasons absorption cooling cycle ● Establishing recommendations for improvements of supply chain ● Identifying the features, capacities and upcoming technical management concerning quality assurance applications of a biomass CHP plant Bruno Kuckartz, Director, Division Energy systems & automation, speaker TBC, Elektrani na Makedonija, ElEM TÜV RHEINlaND INDusTRy sERVICEs (provisionally confirmed) 12:20 Lunch 16:40 Closing remarks from the Chair and close of conference
  4. 4. assOCIaTE PaRTNER WHO sHOulD aTTEND Modern Power systems provides This event will draw an audience from departmental in-depth independent coverage Heads, Vice Presidents, Directors and Senior-level of power plant and transmission experts, Consultants and Managers, in the following and distribution technology. Widely read throughout the world of company types and job areas: electricity generation, it specialises in presenting key engineering and commercial developments in an authoritative but accessible ● New Build ● Climate Change style. From advanced power plant and transmission design to repair ● Marketing ● Technical and maintenance case studies, Modern Power Systems is unrivalled ● Plant / Power Station ● Environmental as a platform for exploring cutting edge developments in the power industry ● Strategy ● CCS ● Business Development ● Machinery MEDIa PaRTNERs ● Strategic Development ● Research and Design Build Network is the Project Development Development ● definitive procurement and ● Product / Portfolio ● Processes reference resource for members Development ● Investigators of the global architectural community and the construction market. Drawing content from its partner publications, as well as online ● Engineering exclusives, it examines the critical issues facing the industry today. It provides a thorough breakdown of products and services from leading architectural contractors from around the world, up-to-date aBOuT THE CONFERENCE news and press releases, white papers and detailed information on current industry projects and trends. The monthly newsletter details New Build Europe 2010 will provide a platform for you the latest construction industry developments, and the recruitment to discover upcoming technologies and effectively area provides career information and the latest job vacancies in the field. shape your project development/management strategies. Power Technology is a procurement and reference resource providing a one-stop- The efficiency and profitability of coal and gas power shop for professionals and decision plants is a major issue at the minute, with utilities makers within the power and energy industries. A comprehensive actively scrutinising these in their new build plans. breakdown of power generation equipment suppliers, products Plus the challenges of effective operation is beginning and services, up-to-date news and press releases, white papers to be a key focus, with the procurement of quality and detailed information on current industry projects and trends products and scheduling coming to the fore. is readily available. The monthly Power newsletter details the This conference will fully cover these areas and show latest industry developments, and the recruitment area provides you how they affect your business strategy. It will also career information and the latest job vacancies in the field. focus on clarifying investment and lifespan issues particularly with coal plants and show how to integrate Energy Business Review (EBR) is the fastest Energy fossil and renewable energy in the long-term. growing website within the energy industry. EBR provides a high level audience with a BUSINESS Review ‘one-stop-shop’, where the latest opinion and forecasts of Datamonitor analysts are provided alongside the latest TEsTIMONIals industry news. Power eTrack is the new, interactive desktop “New Build has set a benchmark on current thinking tool designed for executives & analysts active for new plant in Europe. With the policy landscape and in or supplying services to the power industry. plant costs changing and financing becoming more critical to plant investment decisions, I'm sure New Subscribers receive access to databases related to the power Build 2009 will spotlight the pan-European challenges industry, latest news & deals, company profiles and opinions and research reports. These are fully integrated with innovative desktop to overcome. ” Europe Business Development tools for easy search, browse, and data access. The platform Manager, DOOSAN BABCOCK enables you to rapidly find data, track companies, build custom “New Build was interesting, stimulating and thought presentations, and extract information into Word, PDF, Excel and provoking; the quality of speakers and discussions Power Point format. Find out more - provoked were excellent. A not-to-be-missed event for all companies servicing the global power generation industry ” E C&I application specialist, THE ABB GROUP REsEaRCH PaRTNER IF yOu WaNT TO BE a PaRT OF THIs suCCEssFul EVENT, WE HaVE a NuMBER OF sPONsORsHIP OPPORTuNITIEs aVaIlaBlE. Contact Paul Chapman to discuss your specific requirements on or call +4420 7753 4259
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