Nuclear Energy Insider: Sellafield in Major Nuclear Decommissioning Talks
As part of its updated business plan, the NDA currently has an annual expenditure of almost £3 billion a year. £1.3 billion of this enters the supply chain at various levels below the SLCs, delivering massive opportunities for decommissioning service providers.
(PRWEB) March 19, 2013
To advance the latest industry developments and learn from the first-hand experience of others, Sellafield´s supply chain experts will be meeting with key decommissioning organisations including the ONR, NIA, Dounreay Site Restoration, Babcock International, CH2M Hill, AMEC, AREVA, Atkins, GE Hitachi and Research Sites Restoration Ltd.
The conference is undoubtedly the best chance in 2013 for service providers to meet and network with the top decommissioning companies that are actively seeking new, innovative and practical solutions to aid their projects.
Furthermore, this will be the only nuclear decommissioning conference with exclusive industry updates from the NAO, ONR and the NIA and an exclusive key note presentation from the European Commission.
If costs and project times are to be reduced then careful planning is required and common sense strategies must be put in place. In order to do that some of the following challenges need to be understood:
- Contracting methods
- Working to baseline strategies
- Waste management procedures
- End Value Management criteria
- Driving value for money through decommissioning
- Resources and availability
The 4th Annual Nuclear Decommissioning Conference will supply businesses with the critical intelligence and tools needed to understand effective decommissioning strategies. Delivered by the best in the industry — you´ll be able to take away key lessons and real world action points that can be implemented to slash costs.
The conference will be bringing together 200 decommissioning experts for two days of business critical intelligence, unrivalled networking and stimulating discussion. With senior level business leaders from across the UK and Europe, leading contractors and equipment providers and specialist service companies, this is not to be missed.
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Senior Industry Analyst
Nuclear Energy Insider
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