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Effective O&M strategies to deliver efficiencies, increase output and reduce outage times to improve ROI

•Preparing for Maintenance: Recognize the importance of predictive and preventative maintenance when planning repairs to ensure maintenance tasks run smoothly

•Understand Costs and Optimize ROI:Discover how you can plan refurbishments and upgrades to improve operations and increase your annual income

•Plant Reliability Assessment: Learn about plant equipment to ensure it will continue to perform to meet your expectations in the future

•Safety & Regulatory Update:Ensure adequate safety margins and regulatory compliance and understand why this is critical to your customers, employees and shareholders

•Resources & The Workforce: Understand the demand for personnel across the industry and how this may put a strain on your resources for O &M

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  • 1. Researched & Organised by: What has been said about our nuclear conferences? "Comprehensive and informative - good insight into lessons learnt" Mark Peres, Executive Project Director, FluorNuclear Maintenance and Plant SAVEModernization Conference €400 register beforeMay 25-26, 2011. Brussels, Belgium, Novotel Tour Noire Hotel March 18thE ective O&M strategies to deliver e ciencies,increase output and reduce outage times toimprove ROI KEYNOTE PRESENTATION FROM: Preparing for Maintenance: Recognize the importance of predictive and preventative maintenance when planning repairs to ensure maintenance tasks run smoothly & e ciently European Commission Understand Costs and Optimize ROI: Discover how you can plan refurbishments and upgrades to UTILITY PERSPECTIVES FROM: maximise power output and increase revenues Plant Reliability Assessment: Learn about the latest plant equipment developments to help maximise plant performance Safety & Regulatory Update: Ensure adequate safety margins and regulatory compliance and understand why this is critical to your customers, OTHER EXPERTS FROM: employees and shareholders Resources & The Workforce: Understand the demand for personnel across the industry and how this may put a strain on your resources for O&M EXCLUSIVE GAME-CHANGING INFORMATION INCLUDING: • Review regulations and legislations for the operating fleet with the European Commission • Hear up-to-date case studies from key utilities/owners in Sweden, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Belgium, Slovenia and more • Understand the business case for aging management and life extension... is it worth your time and money? For the latest speaker line up and agenda updates please visit: www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/2011
  • 2. Researched & Organised by:Your definitive blueprint for developing acost e ective O&M strategy Dear Colleague, What We Are Going To New build, new build, new build… What about the current fleet? With Do For You? utilities in Europe taking huge strides to secure life extensions for their operating fleet, it is more important than ever to understand the Practical information and knowledge options available for refurbishment, modernization and general sharing are at the forefront of our maintenance. Nuclear Maintenance and Plant Modernization Conference. We are With the announcement from EDF to look at 60 year lifetimes for their current fleet in France, costing approximately €400 to €600 million per committed to ensuring that you not unit, maintenance issues are costly but necessary. Operation and only go away with new contacts but maintenance costs are country-specific but depend heavily on the an up-to-date, relevant wealth of utility managing the plant. They include manpower costs, annual O&M information so that you can leave investments, periodic equipment replacement, national and regional knowing how your business is going taxes, insurance and company overheads. O&M costs are a major slice of a utility’s spend and are estimated to be around 25% of a NPPs to move forward… yearly budget. With 196 operating nuclear plants across Europe, there are a large 1 Prepare for understanding projects by future maintenance number of owners who will be assessing the prospects of life extensions and the subsequent maintenance tasks that follow. It is predictive and preventative more important than ever to learn from the experts who have maintenance implemented successful refurbishment strategies for their operating plants. 2 for maintenancefull extentensure Understand the work to of costs Maintenance and modernization projects are costly and technically that your plans will recoup an challenging. If costs and outage times are to be reduced then careful optimal return on investment planning is required and common sense strategies must be put in place. In order to do that some of the following challenges will be faced: 3 Assess the reliability equipment will to understand what of your plant • Maintaining operational safety continue to perform to meet your • Long-term operations strategy future expectations • Refurbishment planning • • Makeup, aging and obsolescence Reliability of equipment performance 4 Hear about theensure you have a resources and demand for new • Preventive and predictive maintenance • Resources and availability suitable workforce to carry out future projects The Nuclear Maintenance and Plant Modernization Conference will supply your business with the critical intelligence and tools you need to understand e ective O&M strategies to deliver e ciencies, increase Who will be there? output and reduce outage times to improve ROI. Delivered by the best Senior level decision makers from in the industry – you’ll be able to take away key lessons and real world utilities/owners who want to discover the action points that you can implement to save millions of €uro’s. latest technologies and services for planning and executing nuclear maintenance and The conference will be bringing together 150 operations and refurbishment projects. maintenance experts for two days of business critical intelligence, unrivalled networking and stimulating discussion. With senior level representatives from European utilities, lead contractors and equipment Utility/Owner 30% providers and specialist service companies – can you a ord to miss out? Lead Contractor 30% I look forward to seeing you in Brussels in May. Sub Contractor 10% Kindest regards, Specialist Services 10% Dean Murphy Senior Industry Analyst Public Sector 7% Nuclear Energy Insider Tel: +44 (0) 207 375 7204 Email: dmurphy@eyeforenergy.com Consultant 7% Other 6% Register today - visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/2011 or phone +44 (0)207 375 7575
  • 3. Look at some of the companies that have been to Nuclear Energy Insider conferences over the last 12 months... Ainscough Vanguard EnergySolutions Royal Institute of Technology Alstom Power Entergy SCANA AMEC Nuclear Environment Agency Serco American Electric Power Eskom Shaw Group American Nuclear Insurers Exelon Siemens American Nuclear Society Export-Import Bank of USA Societe Generale AREVA Florida Power & Light Company Southern California Edison Arizona Public Service Co. Fluor Southern Company Axpo GE Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) Babcock & Wilcox GE Hitachi TVA BAE SYSTEMS Health & Safety Executive UKAEA Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering Iberdrola Ingenieria y Construccion UniStar Nuclear Bechtel INPO United Nations BNP Paribas Jacobs Urenco CENG LLWR URS CH2M HILL Luminant US Department of Commerce Clydeunion Magnox North US Department of Energy Coface Mammoet US Department of State Curtiss Wright Flow Control Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems US Nuclear Regulatory Commission Dominion National Nuclear Laboratory USEC DSRL National Skills Academy for Nuclear Westinghouse Duke Energy Nuclear Research Institute WorleyParsons EDF Ontario Power Generation XCEL Electric Power Research Institute Progress Energy Embassy of France PSEG Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation Rolls RoyceREAD WHAT YOUR PEERS THOUGHT OF OUR PAST EVENTS… WHY YOU CANT MISS OUT ON THIS UNBEATABLE OPPORTUNITY! “Good cast of speakers, great structured programme with right mix of plenary sessions and networking” 1 CONNECTIONS - only the best of the Steve Wheeler, Director of Nuclear Development, Serco best from the nuclear industry will be in attendance “Good cross section of those typically involved in Power 2 FACTS - solid, hard hitting presentations filled with facts about maintenance Uprates Engineering, Project Management, legal, NSSS, BOP strategies needed to push projects & Construction.” forward Sharon Eldridge, Design Engineering, Exelon Generation Co 3 INSPIRATION - get fresh insights through lively discussions with your “Great opportunity to network. Learn from industry operating peers experience, avoid pitfalls.” 4 PRACTICAL IDEAS - hear the best tips, Ted Williams, Superintendent EPU Design, Progress Energy strategies and practical knowledge that will help you directly in your day-to-day work "This years event provided clear insights into the issues facing the nuclear power industry today. The information presented 5 SAVE TIME - how long would it take for you to meet all the industry’s leading was timely and relevant" players? Buy a ticket to the summit and Kevin Hutto, Solutions Architect, Bentley Systems meet them all in just two days Register today - visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/2011 or phone +44 (0)207 375 7575
  • 4. Why should you be at the Nuclear Maintenance and Plant Modernization Conference in May?Conference Floor Plan: The Nuclear Maintenance and Plant Modernization RE GI ST RA CONFERENCE ROOM Conference offers you an excellent range of TI ON sponsorship and exhibition opportunities to suit every need and budget. We can literally tailor make a sponsorship package to your needs meaning that you can speak, build your brand and ultimately get 3 2 1 exposure for your services and technology in front of the leading maintenance stakeholders. Do not miss out on this unrivalled opportunity to do business and COFFEE STATION secure sales from the Nuclear O&M Industry! 4 VERY LIMITED SPACE 1 Enforce your brand and AVAILABLE… 6 promote your services Contact us now to secure your spot! 5 2 Generate and grow your Opportunities available include: customer base 3 Meet senior level decision • 1 to 1 meetings with key decision makers makers and do business • Take a speaking slot and address over 150 industry leaders BUSINESS CENTRE 4 Make new contacts and build lasting relationships • Show off your latest products and services in the exhibition hall • Build your brand with exclusive promotional opportunitiesPast sponsors and exhibitors at Nuclear Energy • Host interactive workshops, networking sessionsInsider Conferences Include: and secure high level branding of conference materials Limited opportunities available! Call Everad MacIndoe today to discuss the options and secure your space to ensure you fill your sales book for the next 18 months! Everad MacIndoe Business Development Director, Nuclear Energy Insider US TOLL FREE: 1 800 814 3459 ext. 7560 E: emacindoe@eyeforenergy.comUnlike many other Build your own package in 3 easy stepsindustry trade shows, 1. MAKE A LIST OF YOUR 2. WORK OUT YOUR 3. CALL EVERAD ATexhibitions and MOST IMPORTANT AIMS BUDGET EYEFORENERGY TOconferences our DISCUSS YOUR PACKAGE • Exhibition booth Speak with your marketingpackages are not team and decide on your NOW!standard • Brand visibility annual conference Our exhibition space regularly investment sells out weeks in advance of the“one-size-fits-all”. You • Private meetings conference. So call today to – make sure you assign thetell us what you want • Breakfast briefings right budget to the right make sure you secure your spot before you miss the chance.and we build it for you… show! No matter what your • Seatdrops budget total, we will worksimple! Take 3 simple CALL NOW • Speaking slots with you to build a package Everad MacIndoesteps to build your very that achieves your aims Business Development Director,own package today and • Conference Materials and exceeds expectation Nuclear Energy Insider Branding US TOLL FREE: 1 800 814 3459we will build it whatever ext. 7560your budget! • Segment Sponsor E: emacindoe@eyeforenergy.com Register today - visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/2011 or phone +44 (0)207 375 7575
  • 5. THIS IS YOUR BLUEPRINT TO ENSURE SUCCESSFUL DAY 1 - MAY 25th 2011AND EFFICIENT O&M PROJECTS...Section 1 – Operational Safety and Regulatory Swedish Case Study: Plant modernization and life timeIssues extension at Ringhals AB • Understand the complexity of plant modernization and life time extension to help ensure that your future projects runEuropean Commission: Legislations for the operating smoothlynuclear fleet • Hear about lessons learned by Vattenfall regarding• Understand current regulations and legislations in place to modernization projects in 2009/2010 ensure safety during O&M tasks Lars Eliasson, Vice President Ringhals AB, Vattenfall• Review the work that the European Commission are doing to aid the operating nuclear fleet Oskarshamn Case Study: Modernization of Unit 2• Lessons learned from past O&M projects to ensure optimum • Review the safety and reliability aspects of work taking place safety for your projects at Oskarshamn 2Massimo Garriba, Legal Questions & Euratom Coordination, • Take a look at the design and manufacturing work and howInternational Relations – Nuclear, European Commission the challenges causing project delays have been overcome • Moving on to the final step: Looking forward to theAssuring adequate safety margins after completion of the project in 2013modification/modernization projects• Understand the attributes of a strong preliminary and final USA Case Study: Cross-Geographical Learning safety analysis • Hear about the business case drivers that support• Learn about technical specifications for modernization refurbishment work in the USA projects • Learn about OPPD’s Fort Calhoun Station refurbishment work• Assure sufficient safety margins during upgrade tasks including the replacement of its steam generators,Hoa Hoang, Power Uprate Product Line Leader, GE Hitachi pressurizer, reactor vessel head and low pressure turbinesNuclear Energy • Assess the effectiveness of the work – was the refurbishment a beneficial investment?UK SAPS justification requirements for support of plant Arun Mani, Partner, Global Energy Consulting Practice, PAmodifications Consulting• Fully understand the PWR safety margins and safety analysis requirements for plant modifications Section 3 – Business Case• Review the UK requirements for modifications and compare them with international practice Business case for aging management and life extension• Hear about the necessities of compliance with current and • Should we be investing in modernization now or focus our new regulations and how this is critical to your customers, efforts elsewhere? employees and shareholders • Understand all costs associated with operations andDr John Lillington, Chief Reactor Technologist/ Manager, Power maintenance and whether refurbishment and modernizationGeneration, Serco is a good financial option for your sites • Understand whether your plant modernization efforts willSection 2 – Utility Case Studies and provide a sufficient return on investment? • Take a look at how you can plan refurbishments and upgradesCross-Geographical Learning to levelize your spending John Fownes, Growth Leader, Aging Management,Swiss Case Study: Strategy for long-term operation of Westinghousethe NPP Beznau Unit 1 and 2 (KKB)• Gain an understanding of the requirements and remits faced Insurance by AXPO when evaluating for extended operation at NPP • Evaluate nuclear insurance risk to aid future maintenance and Beznau refurbishment projects• Hear how AXPO mitigated potential risks when planning their • Understand third party liability and how this will affect your forward strategy and how this can be implemented on similar projects projects Mark Tetley, Managing Director, Nuclear Risk Insurers Ltd• Hear how AXPO managed plant staff and materials in order to Dr Mike Peach, Technical Manager, Nuclear Risk Insurers Ltd ensure successful project execution• Simple steps you can take to ensure your future operations are economically viable Networking Drinks Reception:Herbert Rust, Deputy Site Director, Axpo AG On the evening of May 25th, Nuclear Energy InsiderCzech Republic Case Study: Long-term refurbishment are hosting the networking drinks reception of theplanning at Dukovany NPP year. Enjoy a relaxed evening of networking with• Understand the importance of creating a forward plan looking executive decision makers from the entire nuclear at the history and maintenance records of your nuclear site community. Use this amazing opportunity to build• Understand the essentials of equipment replacement, material vital relationships which will help your projects concerns and ageing management• Create a blueprint for capital increase before performing throughout 2011 and the future! This unique evening modernization tasks will gather everyone you need to talk to, all under oneJaroslav Jakub, Maintenance Manager, Dukovany NPP, ČEZ roof, for one night only! Register today - visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/2011 or phone +44 (0)207 375 7575
  • 6. ...AND YOUR CHANCE TO MEET THE BEST Day 2 - May 26th 2011IN THE INDUSTRYSection 4 – Plant Reliability and Efficiency Retrofitting – dealing with mechanical issues • Understand the importance of spending your money onA long-term approach to operations after 40 retrofitting to deal with potential long-term issues• Understand the evaluation of long-term operations to ensure • Take a look at some relevant case studies of retrofitting future safe operations projects from around the globe• Understand the financial impacts of life extensions and future Alstom Power operations• Review the work that Electrabel have been implementing to Preventive and predictive maintenance ensure long-term operations • Understand the importance of the following duringGeert Backaert, Project Manager Long Term Operation, modernizationElectrabel o Repair o InspectionStrategies for make up, ageing & obsolescence o Surveillance• Discuss the different possible strategies for make up for o Workforce ageing & obsolescence with an in-depth look at: • The importance of predicative maintenance, why we need to o components storage do this and how to build our strategy towards this o cloning with FPGA (field-programmable gate array) o new system Section 5 - ResourcesEquipment obsolescence The role of contractors• Hear how you can find replacement parts during • Understand what resources are needed from contractors for refurbishment and ensure delays are avoided - Is the supplier specific tasks and how they should be utilized for that system or component still in business? • Understand whether or not contractors will have the• How Investing heavily into equipment by utilities will help to resources available to you to ensure work is not delayed or avoid future difficulties during modernization attempts postponed• Understand the importance of whether or not your plant Steve McClure, Vice Chairman, Britain’s Energy Coast Business system is able to operate reliably for future years without Cluster significant investment• Understand whether or not it is a better long-term investment Market entry for new companies to buy a new component or reverse-engineer the ones you • Fully understand the standards and quality levels that are have - can you obtain the parts? required to gain entry into the nuclear market • Hear about the health and safety requirements that will beImplementation of enterprise asset management essential to help position your organization in the industry• Gain an understanding as to why NEK have decided to opt for • Gain a clear understanding of the skills required for you to Oracle eAM to support the maintenance process at NPP Krsko become active in the nuclear market• Hear about the experience that has been gained from the implementation of the project by NEK The French resources experience• Understand the developments of the Oracle Nuclear Power • Understand how the International Nuclear Academy are Generation vertical solution and how it could help your working to bridge the skills gap in France maintenance projects • Learn about the proactive initiatives being implemented by• Review the NPGSIG (Nuclear Power Generation Special the French industry to overcome the lack of skills and Interest Group) initiative that is currently in place resources within the industryZeljko Reljic, EBS Implementation Project Manager, NEK Anne-Sophie Defay, Business Development O cer,Stane Moškon, Partner, OSIR International Nuclear Academy (Representative of the Burgundy Nuclear Partnership)Long-term investment planning• Understand the importance of knowing the plant condition by looking at the history and maintenance records of the systems, structures and components• Learn about the essentials of material concerns, ageing EASY WAYS TO REGISTER TODAY! management and equipment replacement• Hear how to create an investment plan for modernization ONLINE: tasks and how to do this for your projects www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/2011Wolfgang Däuwel, Vice-President, Technical Center, Areva E-MAIL:Reliability of a power plant• Are you confident that your equipment will continue to info@nuclearenergyinsider.com perform to meet your expectations in the future? FAX:• Understand how we can maintain the reliability of our plant• Hear tips on how to increase our time online to 95%-97% + +44 (0)207 375 7576 CALL: Sign up to our free nuclear newsletter +44 (0)207 375 7575 www.nuclearenergyinsider.com Register today - visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/2011 or phone +44 (0)207 375 7575
  • 7. Researched & Organised by: “This conference exceeded my expectations in many ways. The program content and quality of speakers was excellent.” Thomas Williamson, Vice President - New Plant Market Strategy, AREVA NPNuclear Maintenance and PlantModernization Conference SAVE €400May 25-26, 2011. Brussels, Belgium, Novotel Tour Noire Hotel register before March 18th Conference Pricing DATE & LOCATION: Below you can find the complete pricing May 25-26, 2011. Brussels, Belgium structure for the 2011 Maintenance and Modernization Conference. Please note we Group Discounts, Play it Smart, Bring Your Team Come along with members of your team and take advantage of Nuclear have 3 options available and that we also have Energy Insider’s special group discounts. The more attendees you sign dates when the prices of the passes will up, the more money your company saves! increase. Below you can find out what benefits Visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/2011 you’ll receive from each pass type. or call today on +44 (0)207 375 7575 1. SELECT YOUR REGISTRATION PACKAGE Super Early Bird Price Early Bird Price Standard Price Before March 18th Before April 15th Platinum • Full 2 day pass • Full summit documentation • Access to all lunches, breaks + €1495+ VAT €1695+ VAT €1895+ VAT networking party • Audio & Visual Access Post Conference Gold • Full 2 day pass • Full summit documentation €1295+ VAT €1495+ VAT €1695+ VAT • Access to all lunches, breaks + networking party Audio Visuals • Audio & Visual Access Post €395+ VAT Conference*NB: FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORE THE EVENT Enter the discount code when 2. ENTER ATTENDEE DETAILS DISCOUNT CODE: BROCHURE50 you register to save €50Mr / Mrs / Ms / Dr: _________________ First name: ______________________________ Last name: _________________________ Company:______________________Position / Title: ____________________________________________________________Telephone: ___________________________ Fax: _________________________E-mail: ______________________________________ Country: ____________________ Address: _____________________________ Postcode: ____________________ 3. PAYMENT OPTIONSI enclose a cheque/draft for: €____________ (payable to FC Business Intelligence Ltd) Credit card number: __________________________________________________Please invoice my company: € ____________ Purchase Order No.: __________ Expiry date: _______________ Security Number (last three digits on back) ________Please charge my credit card: € _______________________________________ Name on card: ______________________________________________________Amex Visa Mastercard Signature:_____________________________ Country:______________________ MORE EASY WAYS TO REGISTER TODAY! FAX THIS FORM BACK TO ONLINE: www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/2011 +44 20 7375 7576 E-MAIL: FAX: info@nuclearenergyinsider.com +44 (0)207 375 7576 CALL: +44 (0)207 375 7575Terms & Conditions The organizers reserve the right to make changes to the program without notice.Places are transferable without any charge. All prices displayed are exclusive of vat unless otherwise stated but, vat will be charged, where applicable,Cancellations before April 25, 2011 incur an administrative charge of 25%. at the prevailing rate on the invoice date and the relevant details will appear on the invoice.If you cancel your registration on or after April 25, 2011 we will be obliged to charge you the full fee. FC Business Intelligence Limited takes every care to ensure that prices quoted are correct at time ofPlease note - you must notify FC Business Intelligence Limited in writing of a cancellation, or we will be publishing however, bookings will only be accepted if there is no material error in the price advertised onobliged to charge you the full fee. the website.
  • 8. Researched & Organised by: What has been said about our nuclear conferences? "Comprehensive and informative - good insight into lessons learnt" Mark Peres, Executive Project Director, FluorNuclear Maintenance and Plant SAVEModernization Conference €400 register beforeMay 25-26, 2011. Brussels, Belgium, Novotel Tour Noire Hotel March 18thE ective O&M strategies to deliver e ciencies,increase output and reduce outage times toimprove ROI KEYNOTE PRESENTATION FROM: Preparing for Maintenance: Recognize the importance of predictive and preventative maintenance when planning repairs to ensure maintenance tasks run smoothly & e ciently European Commission Understand Costs and Optimize ROI: Discover UTILITY PERSPECTIVES FROM: how you can plan refurbishments and upgrades to maximise power output and increase revenues Plant Reliability Assessment: Learn about the latest plant equipment developments to help maximise plant performance Safety & Regulatory Update: Ensure adequate safety margins and regulatory compliance and understand why this is critical to your customers, OTHER EXPERTS FROM: employees and shareholders Resources & The Workforce: Understand the demand for personnel across the industry and how this may put a strain on your resources for O&MMORE EASY WAYS TO REGISTER TODAY!ONLINE: FAX:www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/2011 +44 (0)207 375 7576E-MAIL: CALL:info@nuclearenergyinsider.com +44 (0)207 375 7575 For the latest speaker line up and agenda updates please visit: www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/2011