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Himadri Banerji speaks on Nuclear Power Risk Management and Business Imperatives of Financing Nuclear Power Projects listed in the the brochure for 2nd Annual Nuclear Power conference, 21-24 June here ...

Himadri Banerji speaks on Nuclear Power Risk Management and Business Imperatives of Financing Nuclear Power Projects listed in the the brochure for 2nd Annual Nuclear Power conference, 21-24 June here in Singapore.Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant, along with issues on safety and radiation will also be addressed.

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    • 2nd AnnualAnnual 2nd Balancing Energy Needs, Safety & Security Priorities 21-24 June 2011 • Marina Mandarin SingaporeInternational Keynotes From: What’s New In 2011?: Alexander Bychkov Petr Schedrovitskiy • Expanded, tracked programme – choose from breaking Deputy Director General – Deputy Director Nuclear Energy, International General, market updates or technology, waste and safety Atomic Energy Agency Rosatom, Russia sessions. (IAEA), Austria • High-impact international speaker lineup featuring 22+ top level authorities on nuclear powerInternational Regulatory Agency Heads: • Interface with a board of senior government panelistsMarie-Claude Dupuis, Chief Executive Officer, National Agency For Radioactive from across Asia’s most exciting emerging marketsWaste Management (ANDRA), France • Full assessment of the nuclear fuel cycle – fromJukka Laaksonen, Director General, Radiation And Nuclear Safety Authority uranium sourcing to decommissioning, it’s all here!(STUK), Finland • Power packed technology showcase exploring theVincent Nkong-Njock, Senior Nuclear Energy Specialist, International Atomic Energy best reactors commercialized and the outlook onAgency (IAEA), Austria upcoming technologyEmerging Market Governments and Authorities:Yang Berusaha Loo Took Gee, Secretary General, Ministry Of Energy, Green Topical & Relevant Issues Addressed:Technology & Water (KETTHA), MalaysiaHudi Hastowo, Chairman, National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN), IndonesiaSodnom Enkhbat, Director General, Nuclear Energy Agency, Mongolia • Nuclear preventative safety and security maximizationDinh Ngoc Quang, Director – Legislation and Information Division, Vietnam Agency • Latest on Southeast Asian nuclear industryfor Radiation and Nuclear Safety (VARANS), Ministry Of Science And Technology development prospects(MOST), Vietnam • International cooperation and bilateral industryLilian Fernandez, Assistant Secretary, Department of Energy (DOE), Philippines progressionNuclear Power Project Developers: • Advances in nuclear reactor technology, safetyMohd Zamzam Jaafar, Chief Executive Officer, Malaysian Nuclear Power methodology and waste management practiceCorporation (MNPC), Malaysia • Proven and possible financing models for nuclearCui Shao Zhang, Deputy General Manager, Huaneng Group, People’s Republic of projectsChina • Understanding and optimizing your nuclear fuel cycleDong-Cheol Kim, Project Director, Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Company (KHNP), from procurement to decommissioningKoreaMauro Marcelo, Manager-in-charge – Nuclear Power Group, National PowerCorporation (NAPOCOR), PhilippinesJari Tuunanen, Manager – Nuclear Waste Technology, Fortum Corporation, Finland Comprehensive, high-levelVladimir Artisyuk, Director of International Training Centre, Central Institute for add-on days!Continuing Education & Training, Rosatom, Russia Pre-Conference ColloquiumFuel Cycle Companies: (21 June 2011, 9am-5pm):Chaitanyamoy Ganguly, President, CAMECO, IndiaSelena Ng, Director Southeast Asia & Oceania – Business Development, AREVA, Nuclear Power Programme SimulatorSingapore Interactive full-day course led by the IAEAAcclaimed Thought Leaders and Recognised TechnologyInnovators: Post-Conference WorkshopsLee Won-Jae, Director of SMART Technology Validation, Korea Atomic Energy (24 June 2011, 9am-5pm):Research Institute (KAERI), Korea A: Preventive Nuclear Power PlantHimadri Banerji, Former Chief Executive Officer, Reliance Energy, IndiaHooman Peimani, Head of Energy Security & Geopolitics, Principal Fellow, Energy Safety and SecurityStudies Institute (ESI), Singapore B: Reactor Technology Focus DayNuclear Power Financiers:Xavier de Rollat, Director – Corporate and Investment Banking, Societe Generale www.nuclearpowercongress.comProduced by: Gold Sponsor: Media Partner: International Marketing Partner: REGISTER NOW! Customer Service Hotline: +65 6508 2401
    • 2nd Annual Balancing Energy Needs, Safety & Security Priorities 21-24 June 2011 • Marina Mandarin SingaporeInternational Keynotes From: The Best Reasons to Attend Nuclear Power 2011: 1 Government-to-government and government-to-industry interfaces addressing energy needs and policiesAlexander Bychkov Petr Schedrovitskiy 2 Insightful and challenging new range of topics – 80% uncovered ground!Deputy Director General – Nuclear Deputy Director General,Energy, International Atomic Rosatom, Russia 3 15+ CEOs, Presidents, Directors and Chairmen join the distinguished speakerEnergy Agency (IAEA), Austria lineup 4 30+ presentations on project updates, reactor technology, safety, wasteInternational Regulatory Agency Heads: management, risk and financingMarie-Claude Dupuis, Chief Executive Officer, National Agency For Radioactive 5 Multiple panel sessions putting seasoned industry heads together on issuesWaste Management (ANDRA), France like nuclear safety, financing and regional progressJukka Laaksonen, Director General, Radiation And Nuclear Safety Authority 6 Maximize value through a choice of technical or commercial content, or bring(STUK), Finland a team to benefit from all this content in just four days!Vincent Nkong-Njock, Senior Nuclear Energy Specialist, International Atomic Energy 7 Dedicated nuclear power event, paving the way for Southeast Asia’s nuclearAgency (IAEA), Austria renaissanceEmerging Market Governments and Authorities: 8 A proven history of connecting business partners and opening tender opportunitiesYang Berusaha Loo Took Gee, Secretary General, Ministry Of Energy, Green 9 Representation of all key countries pursuing regional nuclear programmesTechnology & Water (KETTHA), MalaysiaHudi Hastowo, Chairman, National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN), Indonesia 10 An assembly of knowledgeable and influential companies driving worldwide nuclear growthSodnom Enkhbat, Director General, Nuclear Energy Agency, MongoliaDinh Ngoc Quang, Director – Legislation and Information Division, Vietnam Agencyfor Radiation and Nuclear Safety (VARANS), Ministry Of Science And Technology(MOST), Vietnam Get Updated on These Projects:Lilian Fernandez, Assistant Secretary, Department of Energy (DOE), Philippines • Malaysia’s USD 3.1 billion first NPP – hear from the Malaysian Nuclear Power CorporationNuclear Power Project Developers: • Ninh Tuan 1&2, valued at USD 10 billion – hear from Vietnam’s Ministry ofMohd Zamzam Jaafar, Chief Executive Officer, Malaysian Nuclear Power Science and TechnologyCorporation (MNPC), Malaysia • 27 New Reactors Being Built in China – hear from China Huaneng GroupCui Shao Zhang, Deputy General Manager, Huaneng Group, People’s Republic of • Bataan – hear from the Philippines’ National Power Corporation (NAPOCOR)China • Olkiluoto 3&4 – hear from Finland’s Radiation and Nuclear Safety AuthorityDong-Cheol Kim, Project Director, Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Company (KHNP), (STUK)Korea • Bangka Belitung – breaking news from Indonesia’s National Nuclear EnergyMauro Marcelo, Manager-in-charge – Nuclear Power Group, National Power Agency (BATAN)Corporation (NAPOCOR), Philippines • Korean NPPs: leading power plants with capacity factors of 96.5% – hear fromJari Tuunanen, Manager – Nuclear Waste Technology, Fortum Corporation, Finland Korea Hydro & Electric Power CompanyVladimir Artisyuk, Director of International Training Centre, Central Institute for • Loviisa 1 & 2, excelling in waste management & cost control – Fortum CorporationContinuing Education & Training, Rosatom, Russia • CIGEO Geological Disposal Project, first of its kind – hear from France’s NationalFuel Cycle Companies: Agency for Waste Management (ANDRA)Chaitanyamoy Ganguly, President, CAMECO, IndiaSelena Ng, Director Southeast Asia & Oceania – Business Development, AREVA,SingaporeAcclaimed Thought Leaders and Recognised Technology Comprehensive, high-level add-on days!Innovators: Pre-Conference Colloquium (21 June 2011, 9am-5pm):Lee Won-Jae, Director of SMART Technology Validation, Korea Atomic Energy Nuclear Power Programme SimulatorResearch Institute (KAERI), Korea Interactive full-day course led by the IAEAHimadri Banerji, Former Chief Executive Officer, Reliance Energy, India Post-Conference Workshop (24 June 2011, 9am-5pm):Hooman Peimani, Head of Energy Security & Geopolitics, Principal Fellow, EnergyStudies Institute (ESI), Singapore A: Preventive Nuclear Power Plant Safety and SecurityNuclear Power Financiers:Xavier de Rollat, Director – Corporate and Investment Banking, Societe Generale B: Reactor Technology Focus Day www.nuclearpowercongress.comProduced by: Gold Sponsor: Media Partner: International Marketing Partner: REGISTER NOW! Customer Service Hotline: +65 6508 2401
    • 2nd Annual Balancing Energy Needs, Safety & Security Priorities 21-24 June 2011 Marina Mandarin SingaporePre-Conference Colloquium Post-Conference Workshops(21 June 2011, 9am-5pm) (24 June 2011, 9am-5pm):Nuclear Power Programme A: Preventative NuclearSimulator Power Plant Safety AndEnhancing attendee familiarity with the IAEA milestones guideand real-life necessities for nuclear new build SecurityCourse ObjectivesThe colloquium will generate ideas on how issues are overcome at all stages of Course Descriptionapproving, building and operating a nuclear power plant. This full-day exercise is Preventative safety measures on nuclear power plants avoid incidents anddesigned to take delegates through a hypothetical nuclear power programme emergencies. Immediate and accurate response during a nuclear reactorbased on the 19 steps of the IAEA milestones guide. To ensure maximum accuracy incident can be better assured by implementing the most secure measures in technology management and operations.and correct understanding of requirements, IAEA expert Vincent Nkong-Njock willfacilitate other industry experts as they discourse on the requirements of nuclear • Assessing today’s technology and its safety factors at various points ofnew build. operation Co-facilitators: • Nuclear safety culture and accident prevention: a look at human resources Dr. Vincent Nkong-Njock, Senior Nuclear Specialist, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Choose from two high-level full-day courses. Dr. Hooman Peimani, Head of Energy Security & Geopolitics, Principal Fellow, Energy Studies Institute (ESI), SingaporeCourse Agenda B: Reactor Technology9.00 Establishing a national position on introducing nuclear power to the energy mix • Questions and discussion on challenges faced in other states Focus Day • How then would nuclear build be pursued in an ideal world? Course Description Dr. Vincent Nkong-Njock, Senior Nuclear Specialist, International Atomic Attendees will gain a cohesive understanding of what reactors are available, Energy Agency (IAEA) what will be commercialized in the future and what the needs of different markets are.10.30 Coffee & discussion • Engineering and technical requirements of nuclear reactors in Asia11.00 Preparing the nuclear fuel cycle • Assessing uranium markets, technology and waste management options, safeguards and other requirements • Geographical and application appropriateness in commercialised reactors • Considerations for the front and back end of the fuel cycle Your workshop leaders12.30 Networking Lunch Deputy Director General, ITER (formerly International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor)2.00 Case studies from China • Implications for and applicability to other new build Lee Won-Jae, Director of SMART Technology Validation, Korea Atomic Energy Cui Shao Zhang, Deputy General Manager, Huaneng Group, China Research Institute (KAERI)3.30 Coffee & discussion4.00 Preparing human resources and nuclear engineering talent What the Nuclear Industry • Increasing expertise in safety, technology and waste management through enhancing domestic and imported capability Prof. Vladimir Artisyuk, Vice-Rector of Science and Foreign Affairs, Central Institute for Continuing Education & Training (CICET), Rosatom thought of Nuclear Power 2010:5.30 Final questions, summary and end of colloquium “The conference was very well organized and veryAbout your facilitator precise. The content covered a lot of ground.” Dr Vincent Nkong-Njock Ansar Parvez, Chairman, Senior Nuclear Specialist, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Pakistan Atomic Energy CommissionVincent Nkong-Njock graduated from French National Polytechnic Institute andthe National Institute for Nuclear Sciences and Techniques, France. He is a Senior “From our point of view, the conference was perfectlyNuclear Specialist at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). For the last organized and useful.”20 years, he has been involved in the nuclear field in the French Atomic Energy Le Thi Ngoc Quynh, Deputy Directory,Commission as well as in national and international energy institutions. He is nowresponsible for IAEA support to new States for introducing nuclear power to their Vietnam Electric (ENV)energy mix.REGISTER TODAY! Tel: (65) 6508 2401 Fax back to: (65) 6508 2407 Web: www.nuclearpowercongress.com
    • DAY ONE: WEDNESDAY 22 JUNE 20118.15 Registration & Morning Coffee INDONESIA: Changes in the ministry structure and plant site selection in Indonesia9.00 Opening Remarks from the Chair “Bangka Belitung Governor Eko Maulana Ali says the province has selected two sites Vincent Nkong-Njock, Senior Nuclear Specialist, International Atomic Energy for two nuclear power plants” ~ The Jakarta Globe Agency (IAEA) Hudi Hastowo, Chairman, National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN), Indonesia Global Advances in Nuclear Power Programs MALAYSIA: Malaysia’s nuclear power project report and the new Malaysian Nuclear Power Corporation“It is the success of [countries building or considering new programmes] “The prime minister... mentioned a time frame of 11-12 years from pre-project towhich will signal the arrival of the nuclear renaissance.” commissioning for Malaysia’s first nuclear plant.” ~ World Nuclear News Alexander Bychkov, Deputy Director General – Nuclear Energy, Yang Berusaha Loo Took Gee, Secretary General, Ministry of Energy, GreenInternational Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Technology & Water (KETTA), Malaysia9.15 Key Progressions in Nuclear Power Programmes PHILIPPINES: Revisiting nuclear energy as a long-term energy security option • Current status of global nuclear power development in the Philippines • IAEA perspective on the nuclear renaissance reaching Asia “Napocor is part of the team the Department of Energy (DOE) has formed to explore • What it will take to make Asia a serious player in the global nuclear community the potential nuclear energy development in the country.” ~ The Philippine Star • INPRO (International Project on Innovative Nuclear Reactors and Fuel Cycles) and its role Lilian Fernandez, Assistant Secretary, Department of Energy (DOE), Philippines in Asia Alexander Bychkov, Deputy Director General – Nuclear Energy, International Atomic MONGOLIA: Mongolian uranium resources and overcoming environmental Energy Agency (IAEA), Austria problems to enable domestic usage “Russia is examining the feasibility of building nuclear power plants in Mongolia ...Three“Russia’s technologies which, today, are being widely used throughout sites under consideration are Ulaanbaatar, western Mongolia and Dornod province.”the world, have good reputations” ~ MinegoliaPetr Schedrovitskiy, Deputy Director General, Rosatom – Director, Atomenergoprom Sodnom Enkhbat, Director General, Nuclear Energy Agency, Mongolia10.00 Insights from an Industry Leader 12.15 Ironing Out Key Issues Raised for Nuclear Power Development • Views on the nuclear industry’s progress and the benefits for power generators and reactor • Experiences so far and outlook on site selection providers • Forecast for meeting deadlines around Southeast Asia • 18 reactors in India and other projects: Rosatom’s ongoing projects and future plans • How do we plan to attract investors? What is the pattern among new nuclear developers • Best practices in leading the industry looking for financing? • Working with domestic and international utilities and regulators • What bilateral agreement options are available – who will be the leading non-Southeast • A look at ensuring world-class project delivery Asian player in this region? Petr Schedrovitskiy, Deputy Director General, Rosatom – Director, Atomenergoprom, Russia Moderator: Vincent Nkong-Njock, Senior Nuclear Specialist, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)10.45 Morning Networking & Refreshment Break Panelists: Dinh Ngoc Quang, Director – Legislation and Information Division, Vietnam Agency11.15 Updates on Key Emerging Markets for Radiation and Nuclear Safety (VARANS), Ministry of Science and Technology VIETNAM: Opportunities under Vietnam’s Nuclear Master Plan “Decision 906”; (MOST), Vietnam and advances in other new nuclear laws in Vietnam Hudi Hastowo, Chairman, National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN), Indonesia “Ninh Thuan 2 unit 1 is expected to start up in 2021, unit 2 in 2022, unit 3 in 2024 and Yang Berusaha Loo Took Gee, Secretary General, Ministry of Energy, Green unit 4 in 2025.” ~ Nuclear Engineering International Technology & Water (KETTA), Malaysia Dinh Ngoc Quang, Director – Legislation and Information Division, Vietnam Agency Lilian Fernandez, Assistant Secretary, Department of Energy (DOE), Philippines for Radiation and Nuclear Safety (VARANS), Ministry of Science and Technology Sodnom Enkhbat, Director General, Nuclear Energy Agency, Mongolia (MOST), Vietnam 1.00 Networking Luncheon Choose from two tracks: TRACK 1: PROJECT UPDATES AND COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES TRACK 2: WASTE MANAGEMENT Session Chair: Vincent Nkong-Njock, Senior Nuclear Specialist, Session Chair: Jukka Laaksonen, Director General, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK), Finland 2.30 Safety and Security Factors of Technology to be used at Vietnam’s Nuclear 2.30 Nuclear Waste Control Standards and Best Practice for Nuclear New Build Power Plant • From fundamentals of radioactive waste management to disposal solutions • Technology choices, safety factors and outlook on waste options • Policies and strategies for nuclear waste • Outlook for human resources, engineering and technological safety measures that • The French practice and its 40 years experience feedback for new disposal projects Vietnam will use • Radioactive waste disposal facilities in operation • Accordance with Decision 906 on plant and reactor selection • The CIGEO geological disposal project for high-level and for long-lived radioactive Dinh Ngoc Quang, Director – Legislation and Information Division, Vietnam Agency waste for Radiation and Nuclear Safety, Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), Marie-Claude Dupuis, Chief Executive Officer, National Agency for Radioactive Vietnam Waste Management (ANDRA), France 3.15 The 11-12 Year Lead-time on Commissioning a Malaysian Nuclear Power 3.15 Waste Disposal Management Plant • The role of the Malaysian Nuclear Power Corporation (MNPC) in managing the project Kaylin Loveland, Head of International Disposal, EnergySolutions, alongside other state-owned and government bodies United States of America • Outlook on requirements for site identification and decisions so far • Reactor technology being considered 3.35 China Projects & Solid Waste Processing • Projected investment structures and financing models Paul Cavanah, Project Director, EnergySolutions, United States of America Mohd Zamzam Jaafar, Chief Executive Officer, Malaysian Nuclear Power Corporation (MNPC) (tentative), Malaysia 3.55 Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break 4.00 Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break 4.30 Optimizing Waste Management during Operation through to 4.30 Delays Encountered and Lessons Learned on the Olkiluoto Nuclear Power Decommissioning of Nuclear Power Plants Plant • Dynamics of operating the nuclear assembly • Main reasons for delays and problems in Olkiluoto • Understanding chemical processes on the plant and necessary waste removal • Role and responsibility of the Licensee • Critical control: aging waste management • Preparedness and resources of the parties • Long-term planning for waste management practice • Schedule for design and engineering work • Methods to reduce costs during long-term waste management plan • Timely qualification of new technologies Jari Tuunanen, Manager – Nuclear Waste Technology, Fortum Corporation, • Management of the construction work Finland • Management of the supply chain • Licensing and regulatory oversight 5.15 Front and Back End Uranium Fuel Cycle Improvement Jukka Laaksonen, Director General, Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority • Is the world’s identified uranium resources adequate to meet the uranium demand (STUK), Finland from rapidly expanding nuclear power programmes? • Multinational approaches to the nuclear fuel cycle – lifetime assurance of fuel supply 5.15 Uranium Spotlight: Which Countries are offering what to the Market and proliferation resistance • Uranium stockpiling • Challenges of used fuel management • New uranium mining projects • New operations and outlook on increasing production • Closed fuel cycle and uranium recycling • An outlook on uranium spot pricing and long-term deals Chaitanyamoy Ganguly, President, Cameco, India • Projected hottest markets in Asia 6.00 Chairman’s Summary & End of Conference Day One 6.00 Chairman’s Summary & End of Conference Day OneREGISTER TODAY! Tel: (65) 6508 2401 Fax back to: (65) 6508 2407 Web: www.nuclearpowercongress.com
    • DAY TWO: THURSDAY 23 JUNE 20118.15 Registration & Morning Coffee9.00 Summary of Day One and Remarks from the Chair Vincent Nkong-Njock, Senior Nuclear Specialist, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Austria Nuclear Power Finance Nuclear Power Safety & Risk Management9.15 Public Private Partnership Models in Financing Nuclear Power Projects 11.15 Managing the Risk of a Nuclear Power Project • Why will foreign capital and finance expertise not work for nuclear in the same way it does for fossil fuel power projects? • Risk assessment scenario and approaches for nuclear power • How the government can improve deadlines and attract financing through taking an • Challenges and issues in risk assessing existing proposed reactor designs equity stake in the project • Consideration of high level uncertainties in the risk study of a nuclear power plant • What are the advantages of the government then taking an ongoing role in management? • Resultant advantages of risk dispersion • Small reactors and risk dispersion • Remaining currency denominated expenses and domestic equipment and technology Himadri Banerji, Former CEO, Reliance Energy – Chairman & Managing Director, purchases needed EcoUrja, India Xavier de Rollat, Director of Corporate and Investment Banking, Societe Generale, Malaysia 12.00 Preventative Safety Measures Panel10.00 Nuclear Finance Think-Tank • De-regulation and increased competition, and its effect on financing new nuclear power Insights from around the fuel cycle projects • Technological safeguards that are needed • Long construction periods and their effect on lender enthusiasm • Necessary human elements and perfecting preventative measures in staff • Government guarantees: track record, necessity and potential to attract investors • Debt and equity financing, combination of entities and other financing schemes to be • Understanding the differences between reactors and the unique safety cultures required considered • Fuel rods management and best practices in securing nuclear material through additional • Ensuring future customers and electricity demand for a high rate of return containment structures • The question of traditionally structured proposals based on power plants built in regulated • Continuous plant safety improvements: updates on the reactor pressure vessel and cooling markets system, warding against flooding and loss of electricity Xavier de Rollat, Director of Corporate and Investment Banking, Societe Generale Himadri Banerji, Former CEO, Reliance Energy – Chairman & Managing Director, 12.45 Networking Luncheon EcoUrja, India10.45 Morning Networking & Refreshment Break Choose from two tracks: TRACK 1: PROJECT UPDATES AND COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES TRACK 2: REACTOR TECHNOLOGY & SAFETY Session Chair: Vincent Nkong-Njock, Senior Nuclear Specialist, Session Chair: Jukka Laaksonen, Director General, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK), Finland 2.00 Potential for Bataan Nuclear Power Plant to Become the First Operating 2.00 Reactor Standards Improvement: How Safe is Safe Enough? Nuclear Power Plant in Southeast Asia • Nuclear safety – the human versus the technology • Description of the plant: technology, site and capacity; known issues, fuel status and • Evolution of safety standards worldwide predicted lifespan • Motivations behind continuous improvement in safety standards • Initial structure of the plant: how it was financed and built, and where new investors Selena Ng, Director Southeast Asia & Oceania – Business Development, AREVA, and partners could come on board were it to go online Singapore • Existing engineering talent and readiness for operation • Why was it abandoned and what can the Philippines learn from the project? 2.45 Costing and Benefits Comparison of Reactor Generations 2, 3 and 3+ Mauro Marcelo, Manager-in-Charge – Nuclear Power Group, National Power • Economic choices for reactors Corporation (NAPOCOR), Philippines • Benefits of choosing generation 3+ and 3++ reactors long-term • Safety and security factors in the reactor design 2.45 A Look at Nuclear Power Plant Siting Considerations in China • Current regulatory context around the world • How is the plant site decided in terms of local energy needs; environmental impact; safety considerations • Cooperation with local governments and populace 3.10 Liquid Waste Processing Technology & Safety • Adherence to domestic and international standards for safety and waste management/ Timothy Milner, Technology Development Director, EnergySolutions, disposal United States of America Cui Shao Zhang, Deputy General Manager, Huaneng Group, People’s Republic of China 3.30 Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break 3.30 Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break 4.00 Efficiency and Safety Factors of the Latest Reactor Technology in Korea • Why small and medium reactors? 4.00 Nuclear Power in Korea • Design and Safety Features of SMART Reactor, a 330MWth integral pressurized water • Korea’s nuclear power story reactor both for electricity generation and desalination • Adherence to international standards and government-industry interaction • Status of SMART Standard Design Project • The nuclear industry in Korea today and how emerging markets can attain similar • Status of SMART Technology Validation Project expertise • Perspectives of SMART • Outlook for growing Korea’s nuclear industry and cooperating bilaterally with other Lee Won-Jae, Director of SMART Technology Validation, Korea Atomic Energy countries Research Institute (KAERI), Korea Dong-Cheol Kim, Project Director, Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Company (KHNP), Korea 4.45 Progress on the “Tokamak” Concept for a Fusion-based Nuclear Reactor • Description of the machine and project 4.45 Strengthening National Nuclear Programmes through Human Resource • The impact the Tokamak could have on the use of atomic energy for power generation Improvement in terms of efficiency, safety, long-term use • Description of nuclear engineering facilities in Russia • Commercialization prospects of the Tokamak • Targets for training nuclear engineers in the country • Methods to increase recruitment Deputy Director General, ITER (formerly International Thermonuclear Experimental • Management style and differences with other forms of generation Reactor), France Vladimir Artisyuk, Director of International Training Centre, Central Institute for Contiuing Education & Training, Rosatom, Russia End of Day Two 5.30 Chairman’s Summary & End of Conference “The chances are that post-Fukushima, nuclear energy will be safer still.” Nuclear Energy, post-Fukushima. Editorial, The Business Times. Wednesday, March 16, 2011REGISTER TODAY! Tel: (65) 6508 2401 Fax back to: (65) 6508 2407 Web: www.nuclearpowercongress.com
    • Balancing Energy Needs, Safety & Security Priorities 21-24 June 2011 • Marina Mandarin SingaporeJust some of the highlights in this year’s excellent programme:• Emerging market updates from Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Mongolia • Hear about waste management standards from the CEO of Europe’s leading waste• International keynote speakers inaugural to Asia! The IAEA’s Alexander Bychkov and management authority ANDRA Rosatom’s Petr Schedrovitskiy share their perspectives • Full examination of the fuel cycle from Cameco India’s President• High-level content on nuclear safety and lessons from Japan • A combination of lessons learnt on early nuclear renaissance projects such as Olkiluoto,• Technology outlook and expertise from Vietnam, Korea, Finland and France and formulating best practices for identified projects such as Ninh Tuan• Project updates by Rosatom, Malaysian Nuclear Power Corporation, Fortum Corporation NAPOCOR and Vietnam’s Ministry of Science and TechnologyProgramme at-a-glance 21 JUNE 2011 22 JUNE 2011 23 JUNE 2011 24 JUNE 2011 Plenary Sessions: Plenary Sessions: Post-ConferenceMorning • Global Industry Keynotes • Financing Models & Risk Workshop Pre-Conference • Government Updates • PANEL: Banking a Nuclear Power Plant Nuclear Power • Regulatory Panel • Plant Safety Panel A: Preventive Nuclear Programme Networking Luncheon Power Plant Safety and Simulator Security Afternoon Stream A Stream B Stream A Stream B Project Updates Waste Management Project Updates Reactor Technology B: Reactor Technology and Commercial and Commercial and Safety Focus Day Opportunities Opportunities Breakdown of Industry Players at Nuclear Power 2011: Formulating Energy Needs, NUCLEAR OPERATORS AND Safety & Security Priorities in GOVERNMENTS AND AUTHORITIES 5% RESEARCH BODIES 15% TECHNOLOGY Asia VENDORS AND EPC CONTRACTORS 15% POWER GENERATORS 30% Japan’s worst tsunami and earthquake on record damaged nuclear BANKS, FINANCIERS & INVESTORS 10% reactors at Fukushima, and impacted the international nuclear industry. Emerging market decisions on pursuing nuclear power LEGAL FIRMS AND must now take this into account, and existing nuclear power plants ADVISORS 10% URANIUM COMPANIES 5% in the US, Europe and China alongside governmental and global CONSULTING ENGINEERS AND TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION safety authorities are fast re-evaluating safety and security ENERGY CONSULTANTS 5% UTILITIES 5% measures in light of unforeseeable natural disasters. Nuclear power’s potential to generate necessary baseload power Where will Your Contacts Come From this Year? needed to meet future energy demand – while meeting clean SOUTHEAST ASIA 60% NORTH & CENTRAL energy targets – will require an “informed and rational energy ASIA 20% policy” going forward (Dr. Steve Bennett, qtd. in The Guardian, 15 March 2011). Energy policies, risk management, reactor choice and safety, waste management and international safety standards are addressed at this event, enabling constructive discussion on INDIAN SUBCONTINENT 10% the real necessities of nuclear new build. MIDDLE EAST & “The chances are that post-Fukushima, nuclear energy will be safer AFRICA 5% still.” ‘Nuclear energy, post-Fukushima.’ Editorial, The Business US, RUSSIA AND REST OF WORLD 5% Times. Wednesday, March 16, 2011. “This crisis will offer some critical lessons for the industry and help Be A Sponsor / Exhibitor it to enhance the safety features for design, operation and The 2nd Annual Nuclear Power Conference will Provide Prime Exposure For: maintenance.” Ravi Krishnaswamy, Vice President – Asia-Pacific Energy & Power Systems Practice, Frost & Sullivan, qtd. in ‘Nuclear • Technology suppliers • Nuclear service providers • Engineering, • Legal firms • Engineering consultants Procurement & power has its place despite disaster: report.’ Ven Sreenivasan, The • Equipment vendors • Contractors Construction firms Business Times. Wednesday, March 16, 2011. As proven at last year’s well-received and multiple-sponsored conference, an event like this is a one-stop shop for breaking market updates, exclusive insights and gloves-off discussion of current projects and A Glimpse of Last Year’s Attendance: markets. Combine that with a superior platform for face-to-face networking with new, relevant contacts, and you have an opportunity to reach out to your targeted audience in one location over just four days. • TOKYO ELECTRIC POWER CO (TEPCO) • FULLION HOLDINGS (S) PTE LTD Raise your profile among the key players driving the installation of nuclear reactors in Asia, from utilities • ELECTRICTY GENERATING AUTHORITY • CLP POWER HONG KONG LTD looking for contractors through to bodies needing advice and consultation. OF THAILAND (EGAT) • SIEMENS PTE LTD • NATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY • NUCLEAR ENERGY AGENCY (NEA) Sponsorship opportunities cover presentation slots, tabletop exhibitions, special lunches and cocktail (BATAN) INDONESIA MONGOLIA receptions, and any number of customized packages. To discuss how best to advance your business • AREVA • TENAGA NASIONAL BHD (NUCLEAR prospects in Asia, get in touch with catherine.wong@ibcasia.com.sg at +65 6508 2469 or • ELECTRICITY OF VIETNAM (EVN) ENERGY UNIT) • PAKISTAN ATOMIC ENERGY • EEI CORPORATION jonathan.cheetham@ibcasia.com.sg at +65 6508 2430 COMMISSION (PAEC) • MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT & WATER • WORLD ASSOCIATION OF NUCLEAR RESOURCES (MEWR) SINGAPORE Get further clued up at www.nuclearpowercongress.com! OPERATORS (WANO) • SAMSUNG C&T CORPORATION • WORLD NUCLEAR ASSOCIATION (WNA) • URENCO ENRICHMENT CO LTD • MOSCOW POWER ENGINEERING • BURNS & ROE ASIA LTD INSTITUTE • TENAGA NASIONAL BHD • ENERGY MARKET AUTHORITY (EMA) SINGAPORE Gold Sponsor: • MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS (MFA) • NUCLEAR RISK INSURERS LTD SINGAPORE • SURUHANJAYA TENAGA (ENERGY • MINISTRY OF TRADE & INDUSTRY (MTI) COMMISSION) MALAYSIA EnergySolutions is an international nuclear services company headquartered in Salt Lake City with SINGAPORE • ENERGY STUDIES INSTITUTE (ESI) operations and projects across the United States, Canada, China, Korea, the United Kingdom and Europe. • SWISS REINSURANCE CO LTD SINGAPORE With over 5,000 world-class professionals, EnergySolutions is a global leader in the safe recycling, processing • MALAKOFF CORPORATION BHD • MILBANK, TWEED, HADLEY & MCCLOY and disposal of nuclear material. 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Singapore 039594 Early Bird Special Rate Normal Rate Group Rate Tel: +65 6845 1000 | Fax: +65 6845 1019 Fee per delegate Register & pay before Register & pay before Register & pay after (3 or more delegates) Email: jasmine.ong@meritushotels.com 22 April 2011 20 May 2011 20 May 2011 Contact Person : Jasmine Ong ❑ 4 Day Package (2 Day Conference + SGD 4095 SGD 4295 SGD 4395 SGD 3995 Both Conference Workshops) ■ A ■ B ❑ 3 Day Package (2 Day Conference + PAYMENT TERMS SGD 3495 SGD 3695 SGD 3795 SGD 3395 Pre-Conference Workshop) Payment must be received 10 business days prior to the event. ❑ 3 Day Package (2 Day Conference + Post- To take advantage of discounts with an expiry cut-off date, Conference Workshop) ■ A ■ B SGD 3495 SGD 3695 SGD 3795 SGD 3395 registration and payment must be received by the cut off date. 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