Nuclear Decommissioning and Waste Management Summit


London, United Kingdom

Our 6th Nuclear Decommissioning and Waste Management Summit will be taking place in London, UK, on 20th & 21st February 2019.

The two day event will bring together senior executives from the key industry stakeholders from Energy Providers, Plant Owners & Operators, Industry Consultants & Experts, Lawyers, Purchasing and Procurement Management Professionals, Nuclear Regulators, Nuclear Technology Companies, Industry Investors, Asset Management Companies, Nuclear Engineers and Safety Inspectors, Decommissioning Managers, Waste Management Companies, Governmental representatives responsible for nuclear power development, Radiation and health protection agencies, Packaging & Transportation Officials, Academic Institutions, Research Organisations and Market Analysts.

Nuclear Decommissioning and Waste Management Summit 2019 will provide excellent opportunities to learn from high profile speakers sharing their knowledge and expertise on overcoming the current challenges involved in the decommissioning of nuclear power plants and radioactive waste management.

You will also have the chance to network with industry leaders from across the entire value chain, to maximise the opportunities arising in the nuclear decommissioning sector, whilst also discovering the latest technologies and solutions that facilitate the storage and management of spent fuel.

You are kindly invited to our 6th Nuclear Decommissioning and Waste Management Summit to discover the key topics and updates from the latest developments in the essential areas of nuclear power plant decommissioning and radioactive waste management.

Key Topics 2019 Include

  • Current status of decommissioning Nuclear Power Plants (NPPs) in the global context
  • Comprehensive cost analysis for decommissioning of Nuclear Power Plants
  • Oil & Gas Decommissioning Experience and Knowledge to be taken into account
  • Public-Private Partnerships to ease the burden of covering decommissioning costs
  • Prerequisites for the optimum decommissioning strategy
  • Analysis of different strategy models and the various risks associated
  • Aspects to consider for the storage of metallic waste and structures from dismantled NPPs
  • Technological developments to facilitate decommissioning of Nuclear Power Plants
  • Key features to acknowledge for increasing efficiency of radioactive waste management services
  • Current status of the radioactive waste management infrastructure in the UK
  • Contracting models and project control
  • Observations on the readiness of governments to efficiently manage the storage of radioactive waste produced

Who Will Attend?

Senior representatives and stakeholders from across the entire value chain representing
  • Energy Providers
  • Plant Owners & Operators
  • Industry Consultants & Experts
  • Lawyers, Purchasing and Procurement Management Professionals
  • Nuclear Regulators
  • Nuclear Technology Companies
  • Industry Investors
  • Asset Management Companies
  • Nuclear Engineers and Safety Inspectors
  • Decommissioning Managers
  • Waste Management Companies
  • Governmental representatives responsible for nuclear power development
  • Radiation and health protection agencies
  • Packaging & Transportation Officials
  • Academic Institutions
  • Research Organisations
  • Market Analysts

Confirmed Speakers

  • Patrick O'Sullivan, Decommissioning Specialist, IAEA
  • Jorg Viermann, Head of Department Sales Waste Management, GNS
  • Oliver Barnes, Senior energy Analyst, EIC(Energy industries Council)
  • William Roberts, Consulting Director, Decommology
  • Bav Thaker, Head of New Business & Strategy, Studsvik
  • Simon Evans, Associate Director, Nuclear Safety Department, European Bank for Reconstruction & Development
  • Duncan Card, Senior Partner, Bennett Jones LLP
  • Martin Walkingshaw, Executive Director, LLW Repository Ltd
  • Francesco Romano, Radiation Protection Expert, Joint Research Centre-European Commission
  • Jurij Shapoval, Head of dismantling Projects Programme, SE Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant
  • Dr Tatiana Makarchuk, Deputy Chief Engineer on Radiation Safety and Technical Support, Akkuyu Nukleer A.S.
  • Marnix Braeckeveldt, Industrial Management Director, NIRAS-ONDRAF
  • Dr Juliet Long, Head of Radioactive Waste Management Infrastructure, Environment Agency
  • Rudi Saelens, Independent Decommissioning Consultant, Rudimental

Venue

Venue to be confirmed
London, United Kingdom
Event details
Organizer : ACI
Venue : Provided after registration, London, United Kingdom
Event type : Conference
Reference : ASDE-19099