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    • Researched & Organized by: WHAT WAS SAID ABOUT LAST YEAR’S SUMMIT... “The event did a great job of pulling a large number of executives together in one place SAVE and hearing their perceptions of the industry and its future” Matthew Polk, Marketing Manager, ABB 3Rd ANNUAL $400 Register before 26 August NUCLEAR CONSTRUCTION SUMMIT OCTObER 25-27, ThE RITz-CARLTON hOTEL, ChARLOTTE NORTh CAROLINA, USA Develop a nuclear strategy baseD on experience from key construction projects that mitigates risk & reDuces project costs REGULATORy UpdATES FROM > Ensure compliance on your nuclear project through updates on ITAAC closure, construction assessment and the Laura Dudes, potential impact of the Fukushima disaster on U.S. guidelines Director, Division of Construction Inspection and Operational Programs, USNRC > Understand the key licensing issues pre and post COL Chuck Ogle, issuance & the importance of licensee oversight for vendor Director, Division of Construction Inspection at activities to achieve project momentum Region II, USNRC EXpERT SpEAkERS FROM > Benefit from a complete review of domestic & international nuclear construction projects and implement the experience gained to date to improve you project planning and execution > Establish comprehensive project oversight to ensure NRC compliance whilst maintaining a cost effective schedule for successful project completion > Gain clear guidance on the key EPC contract negotiation challenges and overall project management strategies to ensure you are primed for project success whilst mitigating costly delays EXCLUSIVE NUCLEAR INTELLIGENCE FROM... GLObAL GOLd SpONSOR > 50+ experts discussing nuclear construction experience from projects such as NPP new builds, refurbishment / EPU’s, SMR development, Hanford WTP USA facility, MOX, Energy Park , initiatives, Eagle Rock and more WhAT WAS SAId AbOUT > 20+ exhibitors to give you the latest technologies available LAST yEAR’S CONFERENCE... to help you increase efficiencies and drive down costs on “This was a good compendium of updates your project on the projects underway and the planning > One-day finance workshop with loan guarantee updates, for construction as well as licensing and views from Wall Street and strategies to ensure project success funding perspectives and overviews” Mike McGough, Senior Vice President -Visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/construction for all the Commercial Operations, UniStarlatest announcements
    • Welcome to thethe 3rd annual nuclear construction summit 2011Dear Colleague Construction projects such as the multi- billion dollar Hanford Waste TreatmentThe Construction Summit is the numberone meeting place for construction and Immobilization Plant, The American Centrifuge Project, Eagle Rock Enrichment NEW FOR 2011experts in North America to meet anddo business. Industry decision-makers Facility and the work at Savannah River will also be discussed. Giving you the most – FINANCINGwill gather together to discuss cruciallessons learned to ensure that the industry relevant and up-to-date reports from key construction projects to help you move NUCLEAR POWERcontinues to move forward with keyconstruction projects. With over 250 senior- forward with your project! WORKSHOP This year’s Nuclear Construction Summit willlevel executives in attendance last yearfrom all of the major stakeholders, it has supply you with business critical intelligence, (OCTOBER 27th) unrivalled networking and stimulatingbecome the ultimate networking platform With a pressing need from discussion. Attending this meeting willto exchange ideas which will enhance the the industry to ensure that help you to understand current regulatorynuclear industry now and in the future. financing for new projects is updates, NPP benchmarking, projectWe are pulling out all the stops to make achieved, this workshop could management tips and construction projects not be timelier. The Obama2011 unbeatable! best practice to master project execution. administration has backed the You will take away action points that youDespite the understandable caution post- advancements of new nuclear, can implement to ensure your projects areFukushima, it is important to remember that promising future funding for delivered on time and on budget.16 licence applications to build 24 new nuclear power – this is thenuclear reactors have been made in the Experts at this year’s meeting will discuss time to ensure you have aUSA since mid-2007 and that construction the most pressing issues surrounding nuclear bullet-proof financing strategyprojects including SMR deployment, construction including: moving into 2012.enrichment facilities, NPP construction anda large number of DOE projects are still > The industry outlook for nuclearpushing forward. construction YOU WILL WALK > AWAY WITH:The industry is still alive and well, with more Regulations, legislations and licensinglessons which can be shared and more challenges for new construction projectsprojects nearing completion than ever > Negotiations of EPC contracts > An exclusive update from thebefore! It is now more important than ever Department of Energy on loanfor operators and service providers to meet, > Lessons learned from major NPP guarantee program status andshare lessons and continue to develop the construction and non-commercial the characteristics of a successfulnuclear supply chain. nuclear ventures application > Project management and > A complete review of attitudesExxon Mobil Corp said the Fukushima implementation for construction projects towards nuclear investmentnuclear disaster in Japan in March won’t > Key lessons from overseas examining the opportunities and the currentaffect the growth of atomic power in the factors that will affect nuclear work in China, France, Finland and morenext 25 years. “Nuclear is going to be an growthimportant power generation fuel for the We’ve spoken to over 100 experts at thefuture, it is a low carbon energy source heart of the nuclear construction industry > The innovative strategies youand we believe diversification of energy including key representatives from the NRC, can implement to ensure yoursources is important,” said Rob Gardner, utilities & power plant owners, top level project represents an attractivemanager for the energy and economics contractors, nuclear industry associations investment opportunity includingdivision of Exxon Mobil’s Corporate and analysts, consultants & academics to liability reductionStrategic Planning department bring you a bulletproof agenda focusing on the core construction challenges moving By attending this workshop onSource: Bloomberg Day 3 – you will be able to walk forward into 2012. away having created a complete I look forward to seeing you in Charlotte,With huge construction projects taking financing strategy with latest private NC in Octoberplace across North America, it is important sector views and an update on Loanto look at the nuclear industry as a whole Kindest Regards Guarantees to move forward withwhen moving forward with your projects. project execution. Dean Murphy, Senior Industry AnalystThis year the conference will look at case Nuclear Energy Insiderstudies not only from the owners pushing US Toll Free: 1800 814 3459 ext 7204forward with NPP construction including International: +44 (0) 207 375 7204Ontario Power Generation, ProgressEnergy, Duke, SCANA and Dominion but Email: dmurphy@eyeforenergy.comalso other non-commercial ventures. Visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/construction or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459
    • Why should you be at the nuclear construction conference? 6 key, brand New Features for 2011: What you will learn at this year’s conference... 350+ senior level attendees for you to meet and1 network with over 3 days of business development At this year’s conference, we will be offering solutions to all of the major construction challenges facing the industry today. We’ll make sure that you2 The latest domestic & international nuclear construction experience from projects such as go away with a new bunch of contacts and a refurbishment / EPU’s, SMR development, Hanford WTP , wealth of knowledge and actionable strategies to USA facility, Energy Park initiatives, Eagle Rock and more all of the challenges below: Multiple NPP project updates delivered by key owners > Regulatory challenges and amendments3 including SCANA, Progress Energy, Duke Energy, post-Fukushima OPG, Dominion, Bruce Power and many others > Successful negotiation of EPC contracts An exclusive one-day Finance Workshop giving you > Lessons learned from major construction4 insights on the federal and private investment sources projects you need to get your plans off the ground > Overcoming licensing challenges for new construction projects Value adding workshops covering key topics5 including Emergency Preparedness & the Impact > Difficulties surrounding the deployment of SMR projects of Fukushima, delivered by subject matter experts including Tom Flaherty from Booz & Company > Critical lessons learned from complex construction 20+ booth exhibitor hall to give you the latest6 technologies available to help you increase efficiencies > Project management and implementation issues for construction and drive down costs on your project Expert speakers include... Albert Sweetnam,Ron Jones, Ron Schroder, EVP - Darlington NewSenior Vice President, VP Mission Development, Nuclear Project,Duke Energy Savannah River Site Ontario Power GenerationLaura A. Dudes, John Simmons, Jeff Merrifield,Director - Construction Inspection Senior Vice President, Senior Vice President,and Operational Programs, URS Shaw Power GroupUS NRCPete Miner, Eugene Grecheck, Mark Marano,Director, Regulatory and Vice President - SVP-New Plant BuildQuality Assurance, Nuclear Development, Operations-USA,USEC Dominion Areva Ron Clary, Ted Williams,John Sauger, General Manager, SuperintendentExecutive Vice-President, New Nuclear Deployment, EPU Design,Bruce Power SCANA Progress EnergyTom Williamson, Chuck Ogle, Ken Ewell,Vice President - New Plant Director, Division of Construction Senior Vice PresidentMarket Strategy, Inspection at Region II, & Chief Nuclear Officer,Areva US NRC Zachry Nuclear Visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/construction or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459
    • 15th-16th september 2011 agenda REGULATIONS ANd Licensing experience from Deployment of Commercial SMR American Centrifuge Project Projects LEGISLATIONS » Understand USEC’s approach to Part » Evaluate the current gas market and 70 when applying for licenses to build the affect it may have on the decisionIndustry Outlook for Construction and take away key lessons to adapt to making process when it comes to» Understand the future aims, objectives your project reactor choice for new projects and visions for new nuclear within » Discover the importance of internal » Review the investment opportunities North America to give a focussed communications and regular for SMR’s against larger reactors and outlook for 2012 and beyond interaction with the NRC to ensure discover the comparable financial risk,» Review the current attitudes towards project advancements and that your capital expenditure and ROI for SMR new nuclear power on a public and timelines are achieved commercial deployment political level and how this may shape » Review the major lessons learned from » Discover the profitability and liability your nuclear strategy moving forward USEC that helped them to achieve for SMR’s in comparison to traditional» Discuss the potential backlash on their construction licenses and how nuclear reactors and what this could the nuclear renaissance from recent their successes can be adapted to aid mean for the industry moving forward events at the Fukushima plant in Japan your project moving forward » Review the regulatory and legislative and how this may affect new build Peter J. Miner, Director, Regulatory and challenges with regards to SMR’s and projects Quality Assurance, USEC Inc. how best to approach these projects» Listen to expert advice on how we Panel: Ron Schroder, VP Mission can move forward as an industry with Development, Savannah River Site nuclear power construction to ensure Mock Negotiation of an EPC the renaissance is reignited in North Agreement America » Watch a mock EPC negotiation unfold Project Update: Hanford WTP to discover the questions that you Construction ProjectMark Marano, SVP-New Plant Build need to ask when discussing an EPC » Understand the current status ofOperations-USA, AREVA NP agreement construction at the 4 primary facilities » Get an inside look at how both parties within the Hanford construction projectLicensing and Regulatory negotiate the major pricing issues and their plans moving into 2012Challenges for New Construction associated with EPC contracts and » Hear lessons learned from the DOE» Fully understand the licensing how this strategy can be used on your regarding challenges and hurdles process, status to date and review project that have been encountered on the the challenges when undertaking » Review major challenges such as project to date and how they have new construction to ensure delays price/cost overrun structures, change been overcome are avoided when carrying out your orders, limits of liability and credit » Gain a full understanding of current licensing application support in order to ensure your project developments at Hanford as well as» Discuss the key licensing matters after negotiations are successful future needs for project advancement COL issuance and during construction Panel Chair: John Lamberski, Principal, to ensure construction is on time and to help you to successfully prepare for Mercer Thompson LLC on budget the challenges ahead Ben Harp, Hanford WTP Manager, U.S.» Review potential scenarios on the LESSONS LEARNEd FROM kEy Department of Energy effects to regulations for the nuclear industry following the recent events in CONSTRUCTION pROjECTS Japan and the influence that this may Moving Forward with Complex have on your business Construction Key Takeaways from Refurbishment» Examine recent construction » Review critical lessons learned from and Major Construction Projects major contractors on complex inspection program initiatives, focusing » Review the major lessons learned construction projects and how they on the ITAAC closure verification from refurbishment/EPU tasks that are can be implemented to your current process and construction assessment transferrable to other construction project approach program to help aid your project projects to help ensure that your » Discuss the ways in which the industry moving forward project is delivered on time and on can move forward with changes in» Review the importance of licensee budget oversight of vendor activities when productivity, safety and the overall » Discover the main project project approach ensure your new undertaking new construction and management and engineering build projects are a success how sourcing problems early will hurdles that are encountered during prevent costly mistakes Panel: Mike Gearhart, Director - refurbishment tasks and apply theLaura Dudes, Director, Division solutions that have been used to other Nuclear Construction, CH2M Hillof Construction Inspection and nuclear construction projects Ken Ewell, Senior Vice President & ChiefOperational Programs, USNRC » Address the challenges associated Nuclear Officer, Zachry NuclearChuck Ogle, Director, Division of with work force and the solutions that John Simmons, President, AdvancedConstruction Inspection at Region II, have been used to see how these can Energy America (AEA) LLCUSNRC be transferred to your project Panel: John Sauger, Executive Vice- President, Bruce Power REGISTER NOW AT Ted Williams, Manager EPU Design, Progress Energy www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/construction Visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/construction or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459
    • 15th-16th september 2011 agendaMOX Facility Construction The Canadian New Build Project Management and» Review the steps that have been taken to Experience Implementation for Construction mitigate risks when constructing the $5B » Gain a detailed overview of OPG’s » Understand the importance of MOX facility to ensure that it is delivered construction process at the Darlington implementation of project tasks and on time and on budget site to discover vital lessons learned fitness for duty with new construction» Discover the ways in which Savannah River that you can adapt to your project when developing your future strategy Site will ensure the deadline for completion » Delve into OPG’s work on federal » Discover the importance of strong and of construction in 2014 is achieved and assessments and the environmental focussed oversight for new nuclear that operations begin in 2016 impact license process to fully construction tasks in order to ensure» Understand the major hurdles that have understand the method that was project success been overcome at the MOX facility and followed and how this can be useful for » Hear about the key requirements the ways in which the problems were your construction project for effective project management approached and the solutions were » Review the next steps for the including interfaces and relationships achieved construction process at the Darlington with the EPC consortiumClay H. Ramsey, Federal Project Director, site as well as OPG’s future strategy for Panel: Tom Flaherty, Senior ViceMOX Facility, continued construction work President, Booz & CompanySavannah River Site Albert Sweetnam, Executive Vice Bill Fox, Vice President & Project President, Nuclear New Build, OPG Director, Shaw Power Group NUCLEAR pOWER pLANT CONSTRUCTION UpdATE Construction Work Overseas » Discover lessons learned fromUpdate from Key NNB Projects construction projects overseas and how they can be adapted for the NEW» Review the key milestones that have been achieved at nuclear power plant North American market CONFERENCE FOR 2011 » Understand how financing hurdles construction projects in North America have been overcome for NPP and how these lessons learned can be construction tasks overseas and WORkShOpS used in your forward strategy approaches that can be taken by the» Hear expert suggestions for moving North American market 1. Emergency Preparedness forward with new build projects in the » Apply the lessons learned and best » Review the importance of current economic climate and how practices from overseas new build command and control during you need to approach your new build success to your development plans to major catastrophe and the ventures in order to achieve success reduce time and risk exposure challenges if a whole area has to» Understand the importance of upfront be evacuated Panel: Jeff Merrifield, Senior Vice research into the challenges and » Review the nation’s ability to President, Shaw Power Group obstacles with licensing in order to ensure marshal a response to catastrophes forward movement and successful project Senior Representative, Westinghouse and what strategies the nuclear execution industry can implement to preparePanel Chair: Loren Plisco, Principal, Equipment Providers Perspective for this sort of eventPlisco Consulting » Discover the plans for upcoming » Understand how the industryPanel: Eugene Grecheck, Vice President - projects and the strategy that needs to respond regarding theNuclear Development, Dominion equipment providers will take moving inevitable increase in emergency into 2012 to understand their needs preparation and how this mightRon Clary, Vice President, New Nuclear from the supply chain affect construction timelinesDeployment, SCANA » Gain a full understanding ofRon Jones, SVP Nuclear Development, developments in new technologies 2. Fukushima and The EffectsDuke Energy and how they will help drive the on the Nuclear Renaissance industry forward in 2012 and beyond » Share lessons learned from theVC Summer Project Update » Understand how equipment providers Fukushima Daiichi NPP in Japan» Learn about the preconstruction work for are gearing up their staff for future and discuss the effects that this the basic infrastructure of the site that is nuclear work and where they see may have on the nuclear industry currently underway in order to help aid market trends moving in the near future in North America your construction project Tom Williamson, Vice President - New » Review the safety issues surrounding» Understand the major challenges that Plant Market Strategy, AREVA NP nuclear power in North America have been faced by SCANA and how and how they may change post- they achieved completion of the NRC Play it smart... Fukushima review and approvals of licensing material bring your team! » What will be the effect on demand» Discover how SCANA are preparing for for major nuclear suppliers and full-scale construction by strengthening With 20+ exhibitors, over 300 attendees, the challenges that lie ahead for their resources and preparing their staff workshops and the packed conference the construction industry in North for work and why this is important for you America agenda - you need more people on site to consider early when approaching your to benefit from all the conference has to Workshop Coordinator: new build strategy offer. Get in touch at Tom Flaherty, Senior Vice President,Ron Clary, Vice President, New Nuclear Booz & Company info@nuclearenergyinsider.com to seeDeployment, SCANA how much you can save! Visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/construction or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459
    • Get Unique Insights the one day financing nuclearCompanies Why not join us at From Leading Thin-Film power workshop.... October 27 - Financing Nuclear power Workshop: Plan your project finance strategy, mitigate This specialist workshop will provide risk and secure investment for new nuclear your business with cutting edge insight construction from industry experts! » Financing New Nuclear: Create a complete financing » Improve efficiencies with your financial strategy with latest private sector views and an update management for new nuclear projects on Loan Guarantees to move forward with project » Enhance your efforts to find alternative execution investment for your construction portfolio » Loan Guarantee Update: Hear from the DOE Loan » Identify and meet new partners Programs Office and learn how to secure government » Ultimately provide you with the tools to achieve backing for your project successful construction execution » Mitigate Finance Risks: Learn how to identify and mitigate financial risks to ensure you create a bullet- proof project finance strategy Exclusive update from » Alternative Funding Methods: Hear how to secure alternative funding to aid the construction of your new the dOE’s loan guarantee nuclear facility program officeExhibition and Sponsorship Opportunities For 2011 NUCLEAR CONSTRUCTION pREMIER bUILd yOUR OWN SUppLIERS zONE pACkAGE IN 3 SIMpLEGet your products and services seen by the right STEpS!people! Unlike many other industry trade shows, exhibitions andTAILOR MADE SPONSORSHIP OPTIONS conferences our packages are not standard “one-size-fits-all”. You tell us what you want and we build it for you… simple! TakeThe 3rd Annual Nuclear Construction Conference offers you 3 simple steps to build your very own package today and wean excellent range of sponsorship and exhibition opportunities will build it whatever your budget!to suit every need and budget. We can literally tailor make asponsorship package to your needs meaning that you can 1. MAKE A LIST OF YOUR MOST IMPORTANT AIMSspeak, build your brand and ultimately get exposure for yourservices and technology in front of the leading new build • Exhibition booth • Brand visibilitystakeholders. • Private meetings • Breakfast briefingsDo not miss out on this unrivalled opportunity to do business • Seatdrops • Speaking slotsand secure sales from the Nuclear Construction Industry! • Conference Branding • Segment SponsorVERY LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE… 2. WORK OUT YOUR BUDGETContact us now to secure your spot! Speak with your marketing team and decide on your annualOpportunities available include: conference investment - make sure you assign the right budget to the right show! No matter what your budget total,• 1 to 1 meetings with key decision makers we will work with you to build a package that achieves your• Take a speaking slot and address over 350 industry leaders aims and exceeds expectations.• Show off your latest products in the exhibition hall 3. CALL EVERAD AT NUCLEAR ENERGY INSIDER TO• Build your brand with exclusive promotional opportunities DISCUSS YOUR PACKAGE NOW!• Host interactive workshops, networking sessions and secure high level branding of conference materials Our exhibition space regularly sells out weeks in advance of the conference. So call today to make sure you secure yourLimited opportunities available! spot before you miss the chance.CALL NOW to secure your space: CALL NOW Everad MacIndoe 1800 814 3459Toll free: 1800 814 3459 or email emacindoe@eyeforenergy.com For the latest speaker updates visit orwww.cpvtoday.com/eu09 Visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/construction phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459
    • Researched & Organized by: SAVE3Rd ANNUAL NUCLEAR CONSTRUCTION SUMMIT $400OCTObER 25-27, ThE RITz-CARLTON hOTEL, ChARLOTTE NORTh CAROLINA, USA Register before 26 August Discount Code:REGISTER NOW IN 3 EASy STEpS: BUILD50 This is your unique discount code, use it online or via this form to get an extra $50 off 1. SELECT YOUR REGISTRATION PACKAGE: GOLD BRONZE WORKSHOP ONLYPass Features PLATINUM PASS PASS PASS PASS Access to 2-day construction conference and exhibition area    Access to all networking events and lunches including networking drinks (October 25-26)    All post event materials including audio and slide presentations (worth $595)   Entrance to Financing New Nuclear Workshop on October 27 (worth $995)  Super Early Bird Price - expires August 26th 2011 $2290 $1795 $1595 $595Early Bird Price - expires September 30th 2011 $2490 $1995 $1795 $795Full Price $2690 $2195 $1995 $995 2. ENTER ATTENDEE DETAILS:Mr/Mrs/Ms/Dr: First name: Last name:Company: Position/Title:Telephone: Fax: Email:Address: Postcode: Country: 3. PAYMENT OPTIONS: I enclose a check/draft for: Credit card number: (Payable to FC Business Intelligence Ltd) Expiry date: Security number: Please invoice my company: Purchase Order Number: Name on card: Please charge my credit card: Amex Visa Mastercard Signature: TERMS & CONDITIONS Places are transferable without any charge. Cancellations before September 25, 2011 incur an administrative More Ways to Register charge of 25%. If you cancel your registration after September 25, 2011 we will be obliged to charge the full fee. Please note – you must notify Nuclear Energy Insider in writing of a cancellation, or we will be obliged to charge the full fee. The organizers reserve> ONLINE: Secure & simple registration online at the right to make changes to the programme without notice. www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/construction All prices displayed are exclusive of VAT unless otherwise stated but, VAT will be charged where applicable, at the prevailing rate on the invoice> EMAIL: dmurphy@eyeforenergy.com Just give us your date and the relevant details will appear on the invoice. FC Business details and pass type – we’ll do the rest! Intelligence Ltd. takes every care to ensure that prices quoted are correct at time of publishing however, bookings will only be accepted if there> PHONE: Call Stevie Bell on US TOLL FREE:1800 814 3459 is no material error in the price advertised on the website. NB: FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORE THE EVENT. Visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com for more event information.> FAX: Fill out this form and faxback to +44 (0) 207 375 7576 Designed by The Creative Tree Ltd.: www.TheCreativeTree.co.uk For the latest speaker updates visit or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459 Visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/construction www.cpvtoday.com/eu09
    • Researched & Organized by: WHAT WAS SAID ABOUT LAST YEAR’S SUMMIT... “The event did a great job of pulling a large number of executives together in one place SAVE and hearing their perceptions of the industry and its future” Matthew Polk, Marketing Manager, ABB 3Rd ANNUAL $400 Register before 26 August NUCLEAR CONSTRUCTION SUMMIT OCTObER 25-27, ThE RITz-CARLTON hOTEL, ChARLOTTE NORTh CAROLINA, USA Develop a nuclear strategy baseD on experience from key construction projects that mitigates risk & reDuces project costs REGULATORy UpdATES FROM > Ensure compliance on your nuclear project through updates on ITAAC closure, construction assessment and the Laura Dudes, potential impact of the Fukushima disaster on U.S. guidelines Director, Division of Construction Inspection and Operational Programs, USNRC > Understand the key licensing issues pre and post COL Chuck Ogle, issuance & the importance of licensee oversight for vendor Director, Division of Construction Inspection at activities to achieve project momentum Region II, USNRC EXpERT SpEAkERS FROM > Benefit from a complete review of domestic & international nuclear construction projects and implement the experience gained to date to improve you project planning and execution > Establish comprehensive project oversight to ensure NRC compliance whilst maintaining a cost effective schedule for successful project completion > Gain clear guidance on the key EPC contract negotiation challenges and overall project management strategies to ensure you are primed for project success whilst mitigating costly delays EXCLUSIVE NUCLEAR INTELLIGENCE FROM... GLObAL GOLd SpONSOR > 50+ experts discussing nuclear construction experience from projects such as NPP new builds, refurbishment / EPU’s, SMR development, Hanford WTP USA facility, MOX, Energy Park , initiatives, Eagle Rock and more WhAT WAS SAId AbOUT > 20+ exhibitors to give you the latest technologies available LAST yEAR’S CONFERENCE... to help you increase efficiencies and drive down costs on “This was a good compendium of updates your project on the projects underway and the planning > One-day finance workshop with loan guarantee updates, for construction as well as licensing and views from Wall Street and strategies to ensure project success funding perspectives and overviews” Mike McGough, Senior Vice President -Visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/construction for all the Commercial Operations, UniStarlatest announcements