Researched & Organized by: The only supply chain focused conference of 2012 bringing together key experts from across the nuclear life cycle to tell you how you can tap into this $100 billion market!3RD ANNUAL NUCLEAR SUPPLY SAvE $400CHAIN CONFERENCE USA register before February 17April 18-19, 2012, Hilton Executive Park Hotel, Charlotte, NCEFFECTIVELY MANAGE YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN TODRIVE QUALITY, SAVE COSTS AND MITIGATE RISKTHROUGHOUT YOUR PROJECT Global Gold sponsor :• Listen to exclusive utility case studies including uprates, decommissioning, and new build projects to develop a cost effective supply chain strategy ensuring project success reGulator :• Learn how to streamline your NQA1 list and build sustainable relationships with international suppliers to mitigate US NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION counterfeiting and guarantee product quality every time utility representatives from :• Establish pro-active relationships with your suppliers to ensure on-time delivery, successful sub-contracting and effective equipment obsolescence management during your project• Develop the best supply chain model for your project and understand the importance of establishing business continuity plans with your suppliers to mitigate your project risks epC ContraCtor speakers from:• Understand how to fully comply to Part 21 and Commercial Dedication regulations to ensure you hire the best suppliers with the highest quality products and services UNMISSAbLE FEATURES INCLUDE Hear about the recent improvements to the U.S. NRC’s Vendor Inspection Program to understand how you can assure the integrity of expert speakers from: your supply chain Listen to the successful procurement strategies integrated during projects including the MOX facility, URENCO USA facility, Hanford Central Plateau and VC Summer to develop a bullet proof strategy of your own Receive the latest supply chain tips from leading experts from EPRI, TVA, Curtiss – Wright and many more to learn how to drive costs down during the operational stage of your plant Look Inside NOW for your full agenda and speaker line-up!
Organized by:Welcome to the 3rd Annual Nuclear Supply Chain ConferenceApril 18-19, Hilton Executive Park Hotel, Charlotte, NCDear Colleague, Owners As a project manager, it is critical for you to effectively plan yourIn the U.S. alone there are 104 nuclear reactors in operation project, ensure full regulatory compliance, recruit the best and mostand 4-6 scheduled to come on line by 2020. With VC Summer qualified suppliers and continuously develop your procurement strategyand Vogtle well in progress and a number of uprates and to ensure that your project is completed on time and on budgetdecommissioning projects underway, there are $billions worthof contracts available to suppliers who are at the top of their Join us in Charlotte and you will:game. • Hear the recent improvements to the U.S. NRC’s Vendor Inspection Program, specifically details on their vendor inspectionUtilities and EPC Contractors need to ensure more than ever that program first hand – understand how they can help you assure thethey have: integrity of your supply chaina) A well-designed economic plant • Understand the latest procurement strategies which haveb) A stable regulatory regime successfully been deployed across the nuclear cycle including thec) Risk sharing amongst all project stakeholders MOX facility, LES, Hanford Central Plateau and VC Summer to help d) Strong project management you review and develop a bullet proof strategy to ensure project successThis cannot be done without the co-operation of the supply chain • Receive the latest supply chain tips from leading experts fromwho can work with owners to establish efficient processes in the EPRI, TVA, Edgen Murray Corporation and Curtiss Wright on how to planning, workforce development, supply chain management, drive costs down during the operational stages of your projectprocurement engineering, and operations stages of their project. 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Check Out Our Expert Speaker Line Up Larry Weckbaugh, Duane Olcsvary Executive Director of Supply Chain, Supply Chain Manager CENG Tennessee Valley Authority Larry Weckbaugh graduated from the Naval Academy Duane Olcsvary currently serves as Director of in 1975, and then spent 5 years in the Nuclear surface Supply Chain, Major Projects, for the Tennessee Navy before joining Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant, Valley Authority. More than half of his twenty-seven a subsidiary of Constellation Energy, in 1980. Larry assumed the role of years of commercial electric utility experience have been in senior Executive Director, CENG,LLC Supply Chain in November 2009 where supply chain roles, but he has also served as advisor to Chief Nuclear, he is now responsible for the needs of the generating fleet owned by Chief Operating, and Chief Executive Officers. His overseas experience CENG (CCNPP Units 1 & 2, Ginna, NMP Units 1 &2). includes participation in the development of the commercial nuclear Larry has held a Hot Reactor Operator’s License and is a graduate of the power program and vendor selection for the United Arab Emirates, the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations Senior Nuclear Plant Managers Horizon nuclear program in the UK, and PGE’s nuclear power program in course. During the 2007 INPO corporate evaluation, Constellation Poland. He is currently responsible for supply chain activities associated Energy’s Supply Chain was recognized for two good practices and the with nuclear and fossil projects valued at nearly $10 billion, including first overall Supply Chain STRENGTH ever awarded by INPO. the completion of TVA’s Watts Bar Unit 2, and Bellefonte Unit 1 nuclear plants. for the latest speaker update visit www.nuClearenerGyinsider.Com/supplyChain OTHER EXPERT SPEAKERS INCLUDE:Laura Dudes, Eli Smith, Chuck Lepisto,Division of Construction US NUCLEAR President and Chief Operating Vice President for Nuclear,Inspection and Operational REGULATORY Officer, Day & Zimmermann Shaw Power GroupPrograms, U.S Nuclear COMMISSIONRegulatory Commission Bill Fox, Gary L Wolski,Eric Chassard, Project Director for VC Vice President –Deputy Project Manager for Summer, Nuclear Group, Shaw Power Group Curtis – Wright Flow ControlShaw AREVA, MOX Fuel CompanyFabrication Facility MOXServices Matt Dryden, Vice President for Business Bristol Hartlage,Sam Glenn, Development, Senior Mechanical Engineer,Deputy Federal Project AREVA General AtomicsDirector - MOX FuelFabrication Facility, Katrina Shuman,U.S. Department of Energy Deborah Borland, VP for Head of Procurement, Business Development, URS Global Quality Assurance IncLarry Davenport,Supply Chain Manager for Tom Sliva,Watts Bar, TVA Vice President and Consortium Robert Shepard, Director, Westinghouse Senior Project Manager for Commercial Nuclear Projects,Joseph Donaghy, Director for Longenecker & Associates David Boone,Strategic Sourcing, Director of InternationalExelon Operations for Nuclear, Fluor Gary Gilmartin,Ronald Rosenberry, Vice President,Director of Procurement at James Miller, Longenecker & AssociatesLES, Urenco Director of Commercial Services and ShipyardSherrie Duncan, Operations, Tim Cutshaw,Supplier Diversity Manager, Energy Solutions Executive Vice President,Progress Energy Mesa Associates Inc. Vicki Bogenberger, Vice President and ChiefMarc Tannenbaum, Project Financial Officer, Jeffrey L. Neubert, P.E.,Manager for Plant Engineering, CH2M HILL Plateau MBA, President, SupplyEPRI Remediation Management Group Inc Register today at www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/supplychain or phone 1800 814 3459 ext 7575
Your blue print to project successKEYNOTE OPENING SPEECH: Section 2: Ensuring Quality from the Go Section 3: Procurement EngineeringU.S Nuclear Market Overview Regulatory Update: Raising the Bar on Uprates perspective: Full Initiatives for• Compare and contrast a nuclear supply chain the NRC Vendor Inspection Program Reverse Engineering and Moving to primarily focused on maintenance/upgrades to the • Listen to this exclusive presentation focusing on the Alternative Suppliers procurement requirements for two large nuclear importance of assuring the integrity of your supply • Understand why the industry is starting to apply construction programs chain to understand the NRC’s involvement and how reverse engineering and identify the opportunities• Potential impacts to the nuclear supply chain as they can help you with this process this opens to the supply chain the first two nuclear projects in 30 years ramp up • Hear about the recent improvements to the NRC’s • Understand the advantages of using reverse construction work Vendor Inspection Program including extensive engineering to ensure that you save maximum• Critical steps to ensuring that the supply chain can outreach efforts which will ensure quality is met costs and time during your project as well as support timely and on-budget project completion continuously maintain a competitive supply chainEli Smith, President and Chief Operating Officer, • Discuss the NRC’s efforts regarding Part 21 and • Listen to the benefits Exelon has received from Shaw Power Group CFSI regulations to understand how this will enable practicing reverse engineering throughout its you to select and develop the best workforce for projects to learn lessons and make sure youSection 1: Pre-Project Planning your project capitalize on your existing resources Laura Dudes, Director of the Division of Construction Joseph Donaghy, Director for Strategic Sourcing,Selecting the Best Supply Chain Model Inspection and Operational Programs, U.S. NRC Exelonfor Cost Efficiency• Discuss the factors which form part of a supply Effectively Monitoring the Supply Chain Managing Equipment Obsolescence chain model in order to develop the most effective across a Fleet • Review the current state of the obsolescence strategy for your future project • Understand why vendor surveillance is necessary problem and factors which can help to mitigate• Gain an understanding of the various supply chain for utilities to fulfil to make sure that your products the cost involved during your future projects models and challenges which you can be faced and services match the required standard • Get the latest outline of the current obsolescence with if you do not select the most appropriate one • Discuss the challenges faced whilst ensuring process and direction of evolution which will for your project conformity across a fleet and the ways in which ensure you mitigate unnecessary delays• Listen to TVA’s experiences with various supply the supply chain can help you save time during this • Hear about the way ahead for the GA-ESI chain models and learn lessons to ensure process Obsolescence management program to successful planning for your project • Identify the early warning signs which lead to vendor understand how to ensure you manage yourDuane Olcsvary, Supply Chain Manager, TVA surveillance and discuss how to deal with these obsolescence issues in a cost effective manner promptly to avoid any future inspections which will Bristol Hartlage, Senior Mechanical Engineer,Strategic Sourcing for Capital Projects push your timeline forward General Atomics• Discuss the challenges of conducting strategic sourcing for large Nuclear Projects to identify Construction Case Study: VC Summer - solutions which you can implement during your What is expected from the Supply Chain project to Ensure Quality?• Learn how to manage your supply chain including • Hear about the progress being made on the VC supplier base, early Identification and specification Summer project to understand the long-term of long lead items to ensure that your contracting timelines in place to ensure project completion strategies are more effective • Learn about the expectations for nuclear grade • Identify challenges of managing multiple large component and material suppliers in order to ensure nuclear projects including managing multiple quality subcontractors and maintaining procurement • Understand the qualification requirements needed schedules to ensure consistent contracting from suppliers in order to work on nuclear projects processes Bill Fox, Project Director for VC Summer,Katrina Shuman, Head of Procurement, URS Shaw Power GroupConstruction Perspective: Planning for LUNCHTIME WORKSHOP 2 LUNCHTIME WORKSHOP 1 :the MOX project Recent Counterfeit Material and• Gain an overview of the MOX Project including the New Suppliers: What do you do to Commercial Grade Dedication Issues you timeline for completion to understand the work Prepare Yourself to Play in the Nuclear which remains to be done and the supply chain need to Prepare for during your Project Commercial Game? opportunities available to your business • Gain an overview of the recent counterfeit and • Understand the reasons for establishing an NQA-1 • Understand their supply chain model and supplier fraudulent activities within the nuclear industry Program and identify how your company can do this requirements to ensure you meet their minimum to enable you to identify this activity early efficiently to ensure you secure lucrative commercial requirements and secure contracts on their future throughout your project contracts projects • Understand the recent commercial grade • Learn how to navigate your way around 10 CFR 50, • Hear about their ability to keep to its timelines, dedication issues and discuss the effect this will NQA-1, 10 CFR 830 and ISO-900 to ensure that your avoiding unnecessary wasted costs to learn have on the selection process for suppliers on business can meet all requirements expected from lessons and develop a best practice strategy future projects your future customers which will ensure you mitigate delays • Share lessons learned amongst your suppliers • Discover whether there are mid-level programs Sam Glenn, Deputy Federal Project Director - MOX and utility representatives to ensure you leave which you can use to maximize your commercialFuel Fabrication Facility, U.S. Department of Energy with solid action points which will help you opportunities whilst waiting for your NQA-1 approval mitigate further counterfeit activitiesEric Chassard, Deputy Project Manager for Shaw Robert Shepard, Senior Project Manager, CommercialAREVA ,MOX Fuel Fabrication Facility MOX Services Deborah Borland, VP of Business Development, Nuclear Projects, Longenecker & Associates Global Quality Assurance Inc Register today at www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/supplychain or phone 1800 814 3459 ext 7575
Make new partnerships and secure contracts for 2012 and beyondSection 2: Selecting your Workforce Section 3: Supply Chain Management How can New Suppliers Break into the Nuclear Industry?New Development Initiatives to Supply Chain update from Energy • Understand how to assess your core competencies Replace the Current Workforce Solutions and what adaptations you need to make toRetirement • Gain an overview of the current projects being successfully secure business in the nuclear industry• Gain an overview of the current workforce carried out by Energy Solutions to understand the • Listen to first-hand challenges faced by small shortages and growing need for training supply chain opportunities available to your business businesses working within the nuclear industry and initiatives to meet the supply chain demands for • Listen to how Energy Solutions’ procurement apply lessons learned to ensure a smooth entrance your current and future projects strategy diversifies throughout their various nuclear into the market• Discuss how suppliers can work pro-actively projects and how your company has to review its • Discuss how EPCs tend to use their experience and with utilities to develop a skilled workforce which strategy to successfully win contracts capacity during projects to understand how they will ensure work is completed on time and on • Understand how to work with your supply chain support the wider supply chain budget effectively to ensure successful completion of projects Moderated by Deborah Borland, VP for Business• Hear about Constellation Energy’s successful James Miller, Director of Commercial Services and Development, Global Quality Assurance Inc partnership with Maryland Community Colleges Shipyard Operations, Energy Solutions Sherrie Duncan, Supplier Diversity Manager, Progress to understand how you can get involved in such Energy initiatives to secure an efficient workforce URENCO’s Approach towards Supply Frank Barilla, Procurement Manager, Eagle RockLarry Weckbaugh, Executive Director of Supply Chain Management Enrichment Facility, AREVAChain, Constellation Energy LLC • Listen to the latest updates and milestones from URENCO’s USA’s facility to identify work which Donald Owen, UPF Acquisition Services Manager,Richard Flemming, Vice President, Maryland remains to be done and contractual opportunities Contractor for NNSA, B&W Y-12Community Colleges available to your business Tim Cutshaw, Executive Vice President, MesaShort Term vs. Long Term Workforce • Understand URENCO’s supplier selection strategy Associates, IncAvailability to ensure you meet the expected criteria which will place your company in the best position to secure Section 4 - breaking into the Global• Discuss the challenges facing utilities when trying to maintain labour support for 25 day contracts Nuclear Industry refuelling outages and how your business can • Hear the challenges faced during its current projects spread its resources to meet this supply chain to identify gaps where your business can help Nuclear EPC - Global Supply Chain demand URENCO move forward in the most cost effective Engagement• Identify ways of motivating the supply chain and efficient way • Gain an understanding of the global EPC delivery to carry out short term work and apply these Ronald Rosenberry, Director, Procurement, URENCO model to develop an effective business strategy to your business strategy to ensure you avoid USA which will fit into your customer’s needs unnecessary delays on your projects • Discuss the logistical challenges of an international • Analyze workforce availability in an emergency Decommissioning Case Study: Latest deployment and the solutions which will ensure situation with reference to the latest clean-up Project Update from CH2M Hill Plateau project success efforts at Fukushima to understand what is Remediation • Hear about ways in which you can optimize your expected from the supply chain in this scenario • Understand the work which is currently being global supply chain as well as effectively utilizeChuck Lepisto, Vice President Nuclear, Day & carried out at the Hanford Site to identify the local, regional and global contractors to ensure theZimmermann technologies and services which are required to highest quality and project execution complete the various projects David Boone, Director of International Operations forO&M Perspective: Supply Chain Needs • Get the latest on their acquisition planning process Nuclear, FluorDuring Day to Day Nuclear Operations and the next evolution of their progress to ensure• Gain an overview of the day to day running of a your company does not miss out on future FTZ Role in Construction Projects nuclear plant to understand all the supply chain commercial opportunities • Understand the need for “borderless” supply chains requirements during this process during construction projects to ensure schedule • Discuss how they work effectively with sub- and cost• Learn about the business relationships owners contractors to learn lessons which will ensure you establish long standing relationships with your • Hear about how Foreign Trade Zones can be have with their day to day suppliers and develop utilized to effectively remove one border during the a business strategy which will allow you to work supply chain construction process directly with owners in the future Vicki Bogenberger, CFO, CH2M Hill Plateau • Learn how Foreign Trade Zones can contribute to • Discuss ways in which the supply chain can Remediation schedule enhancement and cost savings help to save costs and increase efficiency during nuclear operations to identify cutting edge Uranium Processing Facility Case Study: Jeffrey L. Neubert, P.E., MBA, President, Supply Management Group Inc technologies and services which your company Supply Chain Management during a UPF can provide Project Skills Transition from Nuclear toModerated by Gary Gilmartin, Vice President, • Gain a high level description of a Uranium Longenecker and Associates Renewables – Maximize Business Processing Facility to identify the skills and serviced Opportunities as a SupplierLarry Davenport, Supply Chain Manager for Watts needed throughout the projectBar, TVA • Receive exclusive updates on U.S. and international • Understand how a Uranium Processing Facility nuclear projects to identify current and futureMarc Tannenbaum, Project Manager for Plant impacts the supply base specifically the bulk commercial opportunities for your businessEngineering, EPRI commodities required • Discuss the cross-over of skills from nuclear to Gary L. 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