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3rd Annual Nuclear Decommissioning Conference

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3rd Annual Nuclear Decommissioning Conference

  1. 1. Organised by: “The provisions for nuclear decommissioning costs in total were £2m in SAvE 1970, £472m in 1980, £9.5bn in 1990, £22.5bn in 2000, and now £53.7bn” UK Energy and Climate Secretary Chris Huhne 3RD ANNUAL NUCLEAR £400! Register before DECommISSIoNINg CoNfERENCE Feb 17th April 17-18, 2012, Marriott Renaissance Hotel, Manchester, UK Utilise safe, efficient and effective measures to overcome key strategic and contractual challenges in decommissioning EXPERT SPEAKERS INCLUDE: } HEAR fRom ALL 5 SLCs to better prepare for Key Note Presentation from: tendering and contractual opportunities and secure future business European Commission } BENEfIT fRom EXCLUSIvE Regulator Perspectives from: INTERNATIoNAL CASE STUDIES to implement sound procurement strategies } gAIN CLEAR gUIDANCE on the latest regulatory, liability and policy matters to ensure SLC Perspectives from: rigorous project management that avoids costly delays and ensures compliance } UNDERSTAND SKILLED LABoUR ISSUES and organisational factors within Decommissioning, Dismantling and Deconstruction allowing you to overcome workforce and logistical challenges International Perspectives from: } EXPLoRE THE LATEST TECHNoLogICAL INNovATIoNS enabling the nuclear industry to execute highly technical decommissioning projects Expert Speakers from: THREE BRAND NEW fEATURES foR 2012: } Exclusive updates from the NDA on the latest geological disposal and R&D plans } An unbeatable opportunity to meet and hear “Very good decommissioning topics and case studies from all 5 SLCs under one roof! excellent level of participation.” } Unparalleled analysis from key international Joseph Boucau, Global Decommissioning projects including the US, germany & france Manager, Westinghouse For the latest speaker line up and agenda updates please visit: www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/decom
  2. 2. Welcome to our 3rd Annual Nuclear Decommissioning Conference 2012Dear Colleague, Decommissioning projects are costly and technically challenging. If costs WHAT ARE WEAs you know, the UK’s civil nuclear and project times are to be reduced goINg To Do foRlegacy presents the NDA with thelargest environmental restoration then careful planning is required and common sense strategies must yoU?programme in Europe. As part of its be put in place. In order to do that Practical information and knowledge2011/2012 business plan, the NDA some of the following challenges sharing are at the forefront ofcurrently has an annual expenditure need to be understood: our Nuclear Decommissioningof £2.9 billion a year - £1.3 billion Conference. We are committed toof which enters the supply chain • Contracting methods ensuring that you not only go awayat a range of levels below the Site with new contacts but an up-to-date, • Working to baseline strategiesLicence Companies. relevant wealth of information so that • Waste management procedures you can leave knowing how yourThe remaining money goes toward business is going to move forward…non-site activities. That includes • End Value Management criteriadevelopment of a deep geologicaldisposal facility – a program the NDA • Driving value for money through 1 Learn objectives behind ruling about the overallhas been challenged by minsters decommissioning decommissioning across Europeto accelerate – and investmentinto research and development ashighlighted by the development of • Resources and availability 2 Understand the full extent of costs for decommissioning work The 3rd Annual Nuclear to ensure that your plans drivea directory of UK organisations that Decommissioning Conference value for moneyare carrying out R&D related to will supply your business with thenuclear decommissioning.The most crucial aspect behind all critical intelligence and tools you need to understand effective 3 Gain Europe into caseUS to further from insight and the studies decommissioning strategies. your knowledge of other marketsdecommissioning is the matter of Delivered by the best in the industry,long term financial planning. This ismade clear by the UK’s Energy and including the NDA and all 5 SLCs, you’ll be able to take away key 4 Hear about theensure youfor resources and demand haveClimate Secretary Chris Huhne: a suitable workforce to carry out lessons and real world action points that you can implement to slash future projects“The provisions for nuclear costs.decommissioning costs intotal were £2m in 1970, The conference will be bringing£472m in 1980, £9.5bn in together 150 decommissioning WHo WILL BE THERE?1990, £22.5bn in 2000, and experts for two days of business critical intelligence, unrivalled Rub shoulders with senior level decisionnow £53.7bn...” makers and project managers networking and stimulating discussion. With senior level who want to discover the latestThe UK aside, decommissioning technologies and services for planning, representatives from across the UKof nuclear sites will continue to delivering and executing nuclear and Europe, lead contractors andbe a mammoth task right across decommissioning. equipment providers and specialistEurope for at least the next 15 service companies – can you afford 5%years. According to the European to miss out? RegulatorsCommission, more than one third ofthe 144 reactors currently operatingin the enlarged EU-27 will need to be I look forward to seeing you in Manchester in April. Site Licensed Companies 15%shut down by 2025 - demonstratingthe increasing importance of Kindest regards, Parent Body Organisations 20%decommissioning in the yearsahead. Jack Shillito Tier 1, 2 & 3 Contractors 50%In Germany alone, the four operators Senior Industry Analyst Nuclear Energy Insider Others 10%of nuclear power stations, includingE.ON and RWE, face a bill of €18 Tel: +44 (0) 207 375 7598 US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459 ext 7598 Be surebillion ($24.5 billion) to decommissionthe country’s 17 reactors – over 7-9 Fashion St, London, E1 6PX, UK to not miss out€1 billion per reactor. jshillito@fcbusinessintelligence.com www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/decom to book your place!for the latest speaker updates visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/decom
  3. 3. Check out our Expert Speaker Line UpEXPERT SPEAKERS INCLUDE: SPEAKER PRofILESRegulator Perspectives from: Andrew Craze, Head of Repository Safety andUte Blohm-Hieber, Environment, NDAHead of Nuclear Energy & Waste Management, Andrew has been Head of Repository Safety andEuropean Commission Environment at the Nuclear DecommissioningDr Darrell Morris, Research Manager, NDA Authority since July 2011. Prior to this he was Assistant Head of Managing Radioactive Waste Safely at the Environment Agency Department of Energy and Climate Change leading the team working on the implementation of geologicalAtomic Weapons Establishment disposal. Andrew has worked in the nuclear sector for over ten years in a range of safety, environmental and wasteoffice for Nuclear Regulation management roles with the NDA and BNFL.SLC Perspectives from: Alan Bladon, Programme Director,Keith Case, magnox SitesExecutive Director - Commercial and ContractManagement, Sellafield Ltd Alan Bladon is the Magnox Plant and Structures Programme Director, responsible for a portfolio ofHelen Rycraft, decommissioning projects valued at more than £1.3Head of Profession Human Factors and Human billion across 10 nuclear sites. He recently awarded a 10 year, £304 million framework contract to ninePerformance, magnox Sites major contractors for the deplanting, demolition and assetDennis Thompson, Managing Director, LLWR management of Magnox facilities. He is part of the EnergySolutions team, who manage Magnox sites on behalf Paul Atyeo, Harwell Decommissioning of the NDA. He was previously Environment, Health, SafetyManager, Research Sites Restoration Ltd and Quality Director and before that, was Deputy Site Director at Berkeley Power Station, Gloucestershire.International Perspectives from:Jean-Jacques Grenouillet, Axel Baecker, International Projects,Decommissioning Manager, EDf Energy EWN groupJohn Lehew, Mr Baecker obtained a degree in Nuclear Engineering at the technical University of Zittau inPresident and Chief Executive Officer, 1974. He started his work at EWN in the operationCH2m HILL Plateau Remediation control department. From 1993 he became involved in the conception planning of the decommissioningExpert Perspectives from: of Greifswald and Rheinsberg NPPs and worked as deputy project leader. Since 1995, he has worked in the EWNTom Jones, Nuclear Services Director, Amec “International Projects” and is in charge for different international decommissioning projects, such as theAndy Daniel, decommissioning of NPP Kosloduy, Bulgaria, and NPP MoD Submarine Dismantling Project, Babcock Bohunoce, Slovakia.Steve Wheeler,Director Nuclear Development, Serco Dyan Foss, CH2M Hill,Gene Wilson, Dounreay Site Restoration LtdGroup Technical Director, Augean Before working at the US Hanford site, Ms Foss served Jean Llewellyn, as the British Nuclear Group Head of Programme Chief Executive, National Skills Academy Delivery End State at the Sellafield Nuclear Site. Prior to that, she was a Senior Management Integrator for Dr Jim Young, the CH2M HILL/Kaiser-Hill Company at the Rocky Technology Manager, Flats Environmental Technology Site, Colorado. As a ProjectDIAmoND Consortium Management Executive, Foss has over 20 years of experience in remediation and clean-up with both domestic andJune Love, Communications Manager, international management experience leading nuclearDounreay Stakeholder group decommissioning and environmental restoration projects.for the latest speaker updates visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/decom
  4. 4. This is your blueprint to ensure successful decommissioning projects... KEYNOTE: European Overview SeCtion one: Supply Chain SLC: Dounreay Developments • Get to grips with EU & proCurement • Gain exclusive insight into Babcock Decommissioning & Waste Dounreay Partnership plans for Management legislation on the SLC: Pioneering Framework Contracts transitional arrangements and start new Waste Directive to ensure a devising business-winning tactics • Get the facts on the innovative Magnox compliant programme • Understand the details behind the new Framework Contracts to increase cost • Understand the overall ruling and schedule certainty on your project baseline and new contract models to objectives (i.e. no undue burdens, ensure you have the right strategy that • Develop your SME engagement strategy comprehensive national frameworks) gets results to reduce tendering costs and provide a to save time, frustration and money • Find out the key priorities for the new supply chain ‘toolbox’ that will meet the • Hear the latest on a comprehensive needs of multiple projects PBO so you can anticipate the right national programme covering all approach to promote your business • Outperform your decommissioning plans waste types and all management Dyan Foss, CH2m Hill, Dounreay by building long term supply chain steps required so you can plan relationships, learning from experience effectively to increase your ability to deliver sound Commercial Strategy Panel Session • Identify the concept of integrated projects • Identify the latest contracting management taking due account Alan Bladon, Plant and Structures opportunities that will unleash your of interdependencies in all aspects Programme Director, magnox Sites Ltd company’s business potential in the to drive productivity nuclear decommissioning industry Wolfgang Hilden, Head of Sector, Nuclear Safety and Waste SLC: RSRL - Working with the Supply • Avoid increasing costs and delays by Management, Chain to Deliver Decommissioning at using best practise that drives results European Commission Harwell • Benefit from the panel’s expertise and • Hear about the key principles for take a wealth of ideas with you back to contractors working with an SLC for the office EXCLUSIVE UPDATE: UK Geological Disposal Facility optimum efficiency and productivity Steve Wheeler, Director Nuclear • Get analysis on the use of proportionate Development, Serco • Get the facts on the strategy and needs behind the long term waste arrangements for straightforward disposal policy allowing you to get decommissioning projects so you can SLC: Human Factors and contract winning business plans in drive a time and cost efficient operation Performance at Magnox Sites place • Learn from recent project examples • Learn about the Magnox control • Recognise the steps taken to delivered with the supply chain (New systems using conservative estimating achieve community engagement LLW Waste Disposal Options and and a questioning attitude to execute and communication to inspire Packages; Facility Decommissioning/ your project as safely as possible action and produce the right Demolition; Delicensing) and apply • Gain insight into the training inductions results when executing your them to your project for Magnox sites and understand how decommissioning work Paul Atyeo, Decommissioning Manager, you can demonstrate you have the • Hear about the benefits to the Research Sites Restoration Ltd necessary skills nuclear industry with the arrival of • Appreciate the key Magnox hundreds of jobs and determine the Joint Ventures safeguarding processes so you can best preparations for your business • Hear about the ACTUS joint venture work develop and enter a contract with strategy with Magnox Ltd and identify business confidence Andrew Craze, Head of Repository trends so you can stay ahead of your Helen Rycraft, Head of Profession Safety and Environment, Nuclear competition Human Factors and Human Decommissioning Authority • Understand how the ground breaking Performance, magnox Sites Ltd approach in joint venturing sets the standard for the industry so you can stay Skills for the nuclear HUgE gRoUP DISCoUNTS competitive decommissioning industry AvAILABLE • Learn how the move towards end-state • Receive the latest information on the contracts has driven huge cost and National Transitional Centre - a portal for Bring 3+ attendees and save schedule savings enabling you to get people and jobs within nuclear – and the desired results how it will open opportunities for you £hundreds on registration! Tom Jones, Nuclear Services Director, • Hear about the key considerations of Amec industry requirements to better prepare Email you and your team when executing jshillito@nuclearenergyinsider.com highly technical projects now to register! • Get the facts on progress being made to produce a skills passport for workers to move across the nuclear industry and increase your business prospects Jean Llewellyn, Chief Executive, National Skills Academy – Nuclear for the latest speaker updates visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/decom
  5. 5. ...and your chance to meet the best in the industrySeCtion two: SeCtion three: teChnology SeCtion Five: Dealinginternational with raDioaCtive waSte R&D Across the NDA Estate:DeCommiSSioning • Understand the R&D challenges and adopt UK Regulatory InsightperSpeCtiveS innovative technological solutions to remain • Receive guidelines to help you successful in the supply chain manage regulatory control systemsCase Study: EDF • Plan an effective R&D strategy and develop and ensure compliance to increase• Understand the three step process at solutions using the right skills and technical efficiency the Creys-Malville Superphénix reactor know-how to remain competitive • Realise the critical elements of and develop your strategy from the • Consider the best practice and opportunities preparation, authorisation, monitoring, lessons learnt for developing common, fit for purpose technical & environmental safety to• Hear about the challenges faced technical solutions to challenging issues on implement the right safeguards on at Creys-Malville and the methods your decommissioning work your project used to overcome them so you can Darrell Morris, Research Manager, • Get the latest on health and safety execute similar solutions Nuclear Decommissioning Authority developments in decommissioning• Discover the latest decommissioning to gauge what it means for your developments in France and benefit Technology – Proven vs Innovative business from expert analysis from one of the office for Nuclear Regulation • Discover the most effective, safest and cost world’s leading utilities efficient ways to execute technical work soJean-Jacques Grenouillet, you can save time and money without riskDecommissioning Manager, EDf Opening a new route for LLW • Gain insight into the latest methods management behind decommissioning, dismantling and • Learn about Article 37 and how Decommissioning in Germany deconstruction work so you can take full to comply with rules regarding• Listen to the decommissioning advantage of the technologies used the radiological impacts your work being carried out by • Benefit from lessons learnt when using highly decommissioning project could have EWN at Greifswald (in parallel technical kit on decommissioning projects so on the environment decommissioning of 5 Russian type you can implement an unhindered project • Discover the most effective ways power reactors – each 440 MWel ) Dr Jim Young, Consortium Manager, to manage the respective judicial• Learn lessons and discuss the DIAmoND Consortium processes to ensure your work is not technologies and services being delayed used to ensure successful completion taking into consideration the SeCtion Four: national • Get an insight into the insurance issues you must face to ensure your relationship between the regulators DeFenCe nuClear legaCy project is not adversely affected and decommissioning operators in Germany Gene Wilson, Group Technical Lessons from the AWE Director, Augean PLC• Gain an overview of the current • With similar priorities to the NDA, understand decommissioning work which is being how the AWE reduces hazards, recycles and carried out in Germany to identify minimises waste as much as possible so you Public perception: future commercial opportunities for can execute the same standards • Identify different models for success your business • Analysis of the progressive, systematic and between the licensee, authoritiesAxel Baecker, Department for timely manner to reduce hazards that you and the public so you can maintainInternational Cooperation, can implement on your project strong stakeholder relationsEnergiewerke Nord gmbH (EWN) • Realise the simple steps to build • Learn about the synergies with atomic weapons and military hardware to learn confidence and trust during differentCase Study: Update from the lessons and put them to work immediately phases in a decommissioning projectHanford Site enabling you to get the industry and Atomic Weapons Establishment local community on your side• Get an exclusive project update from one of the most complex and • Understand how to handle Nuclear Submarine Decommissioning stakeholders and the outside world challenging environmental clean-up Panel with the changing public perception operations in US history and implement the vital lessons learned to stay • Receive expert analysis on the MoD’s of nuclear enabling you to uphold competitive Submarine Dismantling Project (SDP) and professional standards benefit from cross-industry learning June Love,• Gain insight into the key challenges • Discern how the MoD is identifying a safe, Communications Manager, faced at Hanford so you can apply environmentally responsible, secure and cost Dounreay Stakeholder group the solutions to your project effective solution to dismantle the submarines• Evaluate the end state strategy so you can take advantage of lessons and the core requirements needed learned to enable you to execute a similar structured and thorough process • Hear about the detailed decommissioning John Lehew, President and Chief analysis being carried out to seek the right Be sure solution on the SDP so you can use thisExecutive Officer, to not miss out valuable information on your projectCH2m HILL Plateau Remediation www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/decomCompany Andy Daniel, MoD Submarine Dismantling Project, Babcock to book your place! for the latest speaker updates visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/decom
  6. 6. Why should you be at the 3rd Annual Nuclear Decommissioning Conference in April? Here are just some of the organisations that attended Nuclear EnergyPAST ATTENDEES: Insider Events over the past 12 monthsAMEC EDF Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy URS Washington DivisionAmerican Nuclear Society EnergySolutions Systems US Department of EnergyAREVA NP Environment Agency NAC International US Department of StateBAE Systems Eskom National Skills Academy for US Nuclear RegulatoryBabcock International Exelon Nuclear CommissionBechtel Power Corporation Florida Power & Light Progress Energy Vectra GroupBlack & Veatch Company Rolls Royce Westinghouse ElectricBooz & Co Fluor Shaw Power Group CompanyBracewell & Giuliani GDF SUEZ Energy North Siemens Energy WorleyParsonsCapgemini America Societe Generale XCELCH2M Hill GE Southern California EdisonCriterion GE Hitachi Southern NuclearDepartment of Energy & Health & Safety Executive Standard & Poor’sClimate Change Hitachi Power Systems SercoDOE Office of Nuclear America SiemensEnergy IBEX Engineering Services TVADounreay Site Restoration LLWR UniStar NuclearLtd Louisiana Energy Services United NationsDuke Energy Magnox Sites UrencoWhat was said about our WHy yoU CAN’T mISS2nd Annual Nuclear oUT oN THIS UNBEATABLEDecommissioning oPPoRTUNITy:Conference? 1. Connections – your best chance in 2012 to meet the NDA and all 5 SLCs “I found the conference thought provoking and a under one roof good opportunity to meet people from across the decommissioning sector.” 2. Facts – UK and international Andrew Craze, Managing Radioactive Waste Safely , decommissioning experts giving you Department of Energy and Climate Change the solid facts to drive your project Department of Energy and Climate Change: (Now at the NDA) forward“A very useful event. It provided excellent networking 3. Inspiration – get fresh insights opportunities and allowed me as a regulator to get through lively panel discussions and some key messages across to a wide audience of networking time with your peers licensee and supply chain organisations.” Mark Foy, HM Superintending Inspector, 4. Practical Ideas – hear the best tips, Health and Safety Executive strategies and practical knowledge that will help you directly in your day- “I thought there was really good audience to-day work participation with a wide variety of really rich questions and comments being provided on 5. Save Time – how long would it take some very topical and current issues within the for you to meet all the industry’s decommissioning sector.” leading players? Buy a ticket to the Tom Jones, Director, AMEC show and meet them all in two days!for the latest speaker updates visit www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/decom
  7. 7. SAvEOrganised by: Organised by:3RD ANNUAL NUCLEARDECommISSIoNINg CoNfERENCE £400! Register beforeApril 17-18, Marriott Renaissance Hotel, Manchester, UK Feb 17th4 Key Reasons your Company Needs you Here:• Over 150 senior level decommissioning • The latest supplier initiatives and technological de- DATE & VENUE executives for you to network with over velopments to cut supply chain costs and execute a April 17-18, 2012 two days of business development highly efficient operation Marriott Renaissance Hotel,• Detailed analysis of the decommission- • An exhibition hall packed full of the latest decommis- Manchester, UK ing costs, requirements and processes sioning technologies that are specifically designed to for the nuclear industry slash the costs of decommissioning and drive forward HOTEL DISCOUNT the nuclear industry Nuclear Energy Insider is currently negotiating REgISTER NoW IN 3 EASy STEPS: a discounted rate for all conference attendees. We will announce our venue shortly so keep visiting 1. SELECT YOUR REGISTRATION PACKAGE: www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/decom for further information SUPER EARLY EARLY BIRD GROUP DISCOUNTS BIRD Pass Features before 17th before 16th FULL PRICE Take advantage of our group March booking discount. The more February people you bring, the less you Platinum Pass spend individually. } Full 2 day pass Contact us on 0207 375 7598 or } Access to all post conference materials jshillito@nuclearenergyinsider.com } Full summit documentation £1095 £1295 £1495 for more details } Access to all lunches, breaks +VAT +VAT +VAT } Networking party SME SPECIAL Club together with 2 or more Gold Pass people from other SME firms } Full 2 day pass and receive huge savings! Contact Jack on the details } Full summit documentation £995 £1195 £1395 above for more info. } Access to all lunches, breaks +VAT +VAT +VAT } Networking party Discount Code: Post Conference Materials £395 +VAT ONLINE100 2. ENTER ATTENDEE DETAILS: This is your unique discount code, use it online or via this form to get an extra £100 off Mr/Mrs/Ms/Dr: First name: Last name: Company: Position/Title: Telephone: Fax: Email: Address: Postcode: Country: 3. PAYMENT OPTIONS: I enclose a cheque/draft for: Credit card number: (Payable to FC Business Intelligence Ltd) Expiry date: Security number: Please invoice my company: Name on card: Purchase Order Number: Signature: Please charge my credit card: Amex Visa Mastercard TERMS & CONDITIONS Places are transferable without any charge. Cancellations before 16th March 2012 incur an administrative charge of 25%. If you cancel MORE WAYS REGISTER: your registration on or after 16th March 2012 we will be obliged to charge you the full fee. Please note – you must notify Nuclear Energy Insider (division of FC Business ONLINE: Secure & simple registration online at Intelligence, Ltd) in writing, of a cancellation, or we will www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/decom be obliged to charge you the full fee. The organisers reserve the right to make changes to the program without notice. All prices displayed are exclusive of VAT unless EMAIL: jshillito@nuclearenergyinsider.com otherwise stated but, VAT will be charged, where applicable, at the prevailing rate on the invoice date and the relevant details will appear on the invoice. FC PHONE: +44 (0) 207 375 7575; just give us your details and Business Intelligence, Ltd takes every care to ensure pass type – we’ll do the rest! that prices quoted are correct at time of publishing however, bookings will only be accepted if there is no material error in the price advertised on the website. FAX: Fill out this form and faxback to +44 (0) 207 375 7576 Designed by www.thecreativetree.co.uk fAX THIS foRm BACK To +44 (0) 207 375 7576
  8. 8. Organised by: “The provisions for nuclear decommissioning costs in total were £2m in SAvE 1970, £472m in 1980, £9.5bn in 1990, £22.5bn in 2000, and now £53.7bn” UK Energy and Climate Secretary Chris Huhne 3RD ANNUAL NUCLEAR £400! Register before DECommISSIoNINg CoNfERENCE Feb 17th April 17-18, 2012, Marriott Renaissance Hotel, Manchester, UK Utilise safe, efficient and effective measures to overcome key strategic and contractual challenges in decommissioning EXPERT SPEAKERS INCLUDE: } HEAR fRom ALL 5 SLCs to better prepare for Key Note Presentation from: tendering and contractual opportunities and secure future business European Commission } BENEfIT fRom EXCLUSIvE Regulator Perspectives from: INTERNATIoNAL CASE STUDIES to implement sound procurement strategies } gAIN CLEAR gUIDANCE on the latest regulatory, liability and policy matters to ensure SLC Perspectives from: rigorous project management that avoids costly delays and ensures compliance } UNDERSTAND SKILLED LABoUR ISSUES and organisational factors within Decommissioning, Dismantling and Deconstruction allowing you to overcome workforce and logistical challenges International Perspectives from: } EXPLoRE THE LATEST TECHNoLogICAL INNovATIoNS enabling the nuclear industry to execute highly technical decommissioning projects Expert Speakers from: THREE BRAND NEW fEATURES foR 2012: } Exclusive updates from the NDA on the latest geological disposal and R&D plans } An unbeatable opportunity to meet and hear “Very good decommissioning topics and case studies from all 5 SLCs under one roof! excellent level of participation.” } Unparalleled analysis from key international Joseph Boucau, Global Decommissioning projects including the US, germany & france Manager, Westinghouse For the latest speaker line up and agenda updates please visit: www.nuclearenergyinsider.com/decom

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