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Nuclear New Build Forum

Marketforce's 7th Annual Conference

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Marketforce’s 7th annual Nuclear New Build Forum promises to retain its position as one of the leading conferences focused on new build in the UK. Featuring presentations from the three project developers, the three reactor providers, government and more; no other event can educate delegates about industry developments to the same degree. At a time when on-the-ground work in nuclear new build is soon expected to begin in earnest, attendance is a must.

Speakers

  • Sandy Rupprecht
    Sandy Rupprecht

    Chief Executive Officer

    NuGeneration

  • Alan Raymant
    Alan Raymant

    Chief Operating Officer

    Horizon Nuclear Power

  • Dongshan Zheng
    Dongshan Zheng

    Senior Vice President

    CGN

  • Paul Spence
    Paul Spence

    Director of Strategy and Corporate Affairs

    EDF Energy

  • Tim Yeo MP
    Tim Yeo MP

    Chair

    Energy and Climate Change Select Committee

  • Shunsuke Utena
    Shunsuke Utena

    Chief Operating Officer, Europe Nuclear Project Management Division

    Hitachi-GE

  • Tom Greatrex MP
    Tom Greatrex MP

    Shadow Energy Minister

    Labour Party

  • Robert Davies
    Robert Davies

    Chief Executive Officer

    Areva UK

  • Alan McGoff
    Alan McGoff

    Policy Lead, Nuclear New Build

    Environment Agency

  • Simon Marshall
    Simon Marshall

    UK Business & Project Development Director, Nuclear Power Plants

    Westinghouse UK

  • Paul Jackson
    Paul Jackson

    Chief Executive Officer

    EngineeringUK

  • Jean Llewellyn OBE
    Jean Llewellyn OBE

    Chief Executive Officer

    National Skills Academy for Nuclear

  • Stuart Harrison
    Stuart Harrison

    Business Development Director

    Nuclear AMRC

  • Paul Scully
    Paul Scully

    Engineering Design Manager

    National Nuclear Laboratory

  • Jay Brister
    Jay Brister

    Vice President of Business Development

    URS

  • Mark Foy
    Mark Foy

    Director of Civil Nuclear Reactor Programme

    Office for Nuclear Regulation

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Why attend in 2014?

  • Receive updates from the ‘big three’ project developers
  • Connect with high-level delegates from across the supply chain and beyond
  • Learn about reactor technology and the GDA process
  • Hear first-hand about upcoming opportunities in the industry
  • Be educated on the skills shortage facing UK nuclear and discover what is being done to mitigate it

Find out more about the delegates this event attracts by getting in touch via email or by calling +44 (0)207 760 8699. 

Sandy Rupprecht
Sandy Rupprecht

Chief Executive Officer

NuGeneration

Alan Raymant
Alan Raymant

Chief Operating Officer

Horizon Nuclear Power

Dongshan Zheng
Dongshan Zheng

Senior Vice President

CGN

Paul Spence
Paul Spence

Director of Strategy and Corporate Affairs

EDF Energy

Tim Yeo MP
Tim Yeo MP

Chair

Energy and Climate Change Select Committee

Shunsuke Utena
Shunsuke Utena

Chief Operating Officer, Europe Nuclear Project Management Division

Hitachi-GE

Tom Greatrex MP
Tom Greatrex MP

Shadow Energy Minister

Labour Party

Robert Davies
Robert Davies

Chief Executive Officer

Areva UK

Alan McGoff
Alan McGoff

Policy Lead, Nuclear New Build

Environment Agency

Simon Marshall
Simon Marshall

UK Business & Project Development Director, Nuclear Power Plants

Westinghouse UK

Paul Jackson
Paul Jackson

Chief Executive Officer

EngineeringUK

Jean Llewellyn OBE
Jean Llewellyn OBE

Chief Executive Officer

National Skills Academy for Nuclear

Stuart Harrison
Stuart Harrison

Business Development Director

Nuclear AMRC

Paul Scully
Paul Scully

Engineering Design Manager

National Nuclear Laboratory

Jay Brister
Jay Brister

Vice President of Business Development

URS

Mark Foy
Mark Foy

Director of Civil Nuclear Reactor Programme

Office for Nuclear Regulation

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09:00

Welcome address by David Saunders, Managing Director, Marketforce

09:05

Chair’s opening remarks

09:10

Morning Keynote Address

The role of new nuclear in delivering Britain’s energy objectives

Tim Yeo MP
Tim Yeo MP

Chair

Energy and Climate Change Select Committee

09:30

Questions

Session One: Increasing momentum: an update on the new build landscape
09:35

Hinkley Point C: securing and enabling a first class supply chain

Paul Spence
Paul Spence

Director of Strategy and Corporate Affairs

EDF Energy

09:50

Pushing forward at Wylfa Newydd: focused on successful delivery

Alan Raymant
Alan Raymant

Chief Operating Officer

Horizon Nuclear Power

10:05

Moving forward with Moorside

Sandy Rupprecht
Sandy Rupprecht

Chief Executive Officer

NuGeneration

10:20

Progressing projects: execution, experience and scale

Jay Brister
Jay Brister

Vice President of Business Development

URS

10:40

Leaders’ Forum

  • What are the implications of the European Commission’s State Aid investigation?
  • Enabling the workforce: how is the industry training future nuclear workers?
  • Considering the community: what should developers do in a site’s local area?
  • How can developers create a supply chain that most benefits British companies?
  • Managing the supply chain: what level of top-down involvement is necessary?
  • How are the benefits of collaboration and cooperation maximized?
  • A shrinking timescale: is power generation possible by the mid-2020s?
  • The future of new build: the long-term plan for investment in nuclear 
Sandy Rupprecht
Sandy Rupprecht

Chief Executive Officer

NuGeneration

Paul Spence
Paul Spence

Director of Strategy and Corporate Affairs

EDF Energy

Alan Raymant
Alan Raymant

Chief Operating Officer

Horizon Nuclear Power

Jay Brister
Jay Brister

Vice President of Business Development

URS

11:00

Refreshments

Session Two: Getting to the core of new nuclear: a focus on reactors
11:30

The GDA in detail: an in-depth look at the process of design acceptance

  • Benefitting from past experience: lessons learnt from the EPR’s GDA 
  • Assessing the ABWR: the publication of the initial assessment reports
  • Working together on the AP1000: resolving the 51 GDA issues
Alan McGoff
Alan McGoff

Policy Lead, Nuclear New Build

Environment Agency

Mark Foy
Mark Foy

Director of Civil Nuclear Reactor Programme

Office for Nuclear Regulation

11:50

Progressing through GDA and preparing for delivery

  • What is Hitachi-GE doing to advance the GDA process and prepare the wider industry?
  • A collaborative approach: the benefits of acting as lead contractor for Horizon
  • Sourcing locally: how can UK businesses become a part of the supply chain?
Shunsuke Utena
Shunsuke Utena

Chief Operating Officer, Europe Nuclear Project Management Division

Hitachi-GE

12:10

Explaining the construction and operational requirements of the EPR

  • What role will UK-based industry play in the construction and installation of the EPR?
  • Site specifics: what progress has been made since Design Acceptance Confirmation?
  • Thinking long term: discerning the operational requirements of the EPR
Robert Davies
Robert Davies

Chief Executive Officer

Areva UK

12:30

Restarting plans to build the AP1000 in the UK

  • Progress beyond the design assessment report: what is left to be done for the GDA?
  • Tailoring the AP1000 to Moorside and determining operational requirements
  • Calculating construction: a timeline for building AP1000 reactors
Simon Marshall
Simon Marshall

UK Business & Project Development Director, Nuclear Power Plants

Westinghouse UK

12:50

Questions

13:00

Lunch

Session Three: Supporting the development of engineering skills across the UK
14:15

The state of engineering: closing the skills gap

EngineeringUK has published their flagship report, The State of Engineering, for the last sixteen years. In 2014, they highlighted the need for a two-fold increase in students graduating with engineering qualifications. In this session, Paul Jackson will explain the research behind their conclusions and advocate immediate action

Paul Jackson
Paul Jackson

Chief Executive Officer

EngineeringUK

14:35

Developing engineering skills in a nuclear R&D context

  • Impending threats: a decline in skilled engineers and the nuclear skills challenge 
  • Ensuring a planned and efficient response by recruiting and developing talent
  • Highlighting progress: supporting the NNL and the wider nuclear industry in new build, waste management and more
Paul Scully
Paul Scully

Engineering Design Manager

National Nuclear Laboratory

14:55

Panel Discussion and Questions

Working together to bolster the UK’s nuclear skills base

  • The time for action: is the skills shortage already an issue? 
  • Do current nuclear engineers have skills that are transferrable to new build projects?
  • Competing projects: will major works in other industries negatively affect new build?
  • Does the location of nuclear projects make them less appealing to engineers?
  • How much of the supply chain can be sourced from UK-based companies?
  • What incentives can encourage young people into a career in engineering?
  • Sustaining interest: maintaining engagement from primary school through university
  • Is enough being done to address the current gender imbalance among engineers?
Paul Jackson
Paul Jackson

Chief Executive Officer

EngineeringUK

Jean Llewellyn OBE
Jean Llewellyn OBE

Chief Executive Officer

National Skills Academy for Nuclear

Stuart Harrison
Stuart Harrison

Business Development Director

Nuclear AMRC

Paul Scully
Paul Scully

Engineering Design Manager

National Nuclear Laboratory

15:35

Refreshments

Session Four: The next stage: forthcoming construction opportunities and projects
16:05

Skills, technology, investment: the potential for Chinese involvement in UK projects

Dongshan Zheng
Dongshan Zheng

Senior Vice President

CGN

16:25

Questions

16:30

Case Study Nuclear AMRC: supporting the supply chain and helping UK manufacturers win work

  • The mission: combining the expertise of industry with the capability of universities 
  • How is manufacturing innovation and supplier development being supported?
  • Looking ahead: what next for the Nuclear AMRC?
Stuart Harrison
Stuart Harrison

Business Development Director

Nuclear AMRC

16:50

Questions

16:55

Keynote Closing Address - Positioning nuclear in the energy mix and resetting the energy market

Tom Greatrex MP
Tom Greatrex MP

Shadow Energy Minister

Labour Party

17:15

Questions

17:20

Chair’s closing remarks

Senior representative, Pcubed

Our nuclear events regularly attract a global audience of over 150 attendees including the developers, supply chain, government and investors.  Below is a list of companies that have attended one of our nuclear events since 2013:

Abbott Risk Consulting House of Lords
ABP Marine Environmental Research HR Wallingford
acQuire Iberdrola
Active Risk IMI Components
Addey Sarl Informed Solutions
Adelard Institution of Engineering and Technology
AMEC International Nuclear Services
APCO Technolgies James Fisher & Sons
ArcelorMittal Jones Engineering Group
Areva KBR
Arup Keltbray Group Holdings
Atkins Kier Group
Aveva L-3 Communications Marine Systems
Baker & McKenzie Lafarge Tarmac
Balfour Beatty Laing O'Rourke Group
Kier BAM LDA Design Consulting
Barkers Fencing Liberum Capital
Berwicks Consultants Lloyds Banking Group
BHR Group M+W Group
BOC Group Magnox
Boccard Marsh
Bohler Uddeholm Matchtech
Booth Industries Mergermarket
Boston Consulting Group Met Office
Boulting Group Mlex
British Embassy Tokyo Morgan Lewis
Cape Mott MacDonald
Cavendish Nuclear MVM Group
Cefas MWH Global
Centronic National Grid
CGI Group National Nuclear Laboratory
CH2M HILL National Skills Academy
China General Nuclear Power Corporation NIS
CITB Nuclear AMRC
Climate Change Capital Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
Commission For Atomic Energy CEA Nuclear Directorate of HSE
Crossrail Nuclear Engineering International
Deloitte Nuclear Engineering Services
Dentons Nuclear Industry Association
Department for Business Innovation & Skills Nuclear Management Partners
Department of Energy & Climate Change NuGeneration
Doosan Power Systems Nuvia
Dounreay Site Restoration OT Energy Services
EC Harris OXAND
Edelman Parsons Brinckerhoff
EDF Energy Pcubed
Empresarios Agrupados Pohjolan Voima
Engineering Construction Industry Training Board Premier Interlink
Environment Agency Progressive Digital Media
Equipos Nucleares PwC
Esri UK Rolls Royce
Euro Energy Royal Bank of Scotland
European Commission RTR
European Investment Bank Sedgemoor District Council
Exelon Sellafield
EY Shanghai Electric
Faithful & Gould Sir Robert McAlpine
Finning UK Site Heat-treatment Services
Fircroft Recruitment Specialists Staubli
Fluor STEMNET
Fortum Sweett Group
Fosroc Swiss Nuclear Forum
Fujitsu Thomas Thor
GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy International Toshiba International (Europe) Ltd
GEA Process Engineering Tradewill Ltd
Gleeds Truflo Marine
Graham Construction Turner & Townsend Group
Hengeler Mueller UK Power Networks Services
Herbert Smith Freehills UK Trade & Investment
Hexagon Metrology Uni Tech Services
HGNE/Hitachi GE Nuclear Energy Urenco
Hilti URS Corporation
Hitachi VINCI Construction
HM Treasury Walter Tosto
Horizon Nuclear Power Westinghouse Electric Company LLC
House of Commons WorleyParsons


Find out more about the delegates this event attracts by getting in touch via email or by calling +44 (0)207 760 8699. 

Sponsors

National Nuclear Laboratory

www.nnl.co.uk/

We play a key role in the global nuclear industry. That means reducing clean-up and decommissioning costs, maintaining critical skills and attracting talented people to the industry. We're the only UK organisation with the skills, facilities and expertise to provide technical support across the nuclear industry. What's more, we pride ourselves on offering quality, value and service to all of our customers.

With over 10,000 person-years of nuclear industry experience across the whole fuel cycle, our core business is to provide the experts and technologies to ensure the UK nuclear industry operates safely and cost-effectively today and for the future.

 

Pcubed

www.pcubed.com

Pcubed is a well-established trusted partner for organizations that need to successfully deliver change and transformation initiatives. Our global reach ensures we are where our clients need us to be and we are passionate about delivering all projects on time and on budget, this is what we do.

 

URS

www.urscorp.com

URS is a leading provider of engineering, construction and technical services in the Nuclear sector. With a 60-year history of providing full service solutions to our nuclear new build clients and over 30 years experience in complex Decommissioing works, URS have unparalleled experience across all technologies in the Nuclear Sector.  With over 50,000 staff worldwide, we provide multi-disciplinary service solutions that cover all aspects of project development from pre-feasibility through to the detailed design of works and the supervision and project management of construction. Our experience makes us the preferred choice for expert advisers to Owners at the start, during and the end of service. 

 

Securitas Security Services

http://www.securitas.com

It is through Securitas’ array of expertise and proven capabilities in risk management that we offer individual security solutions to a variety of nuclear facilities customers on a national, regional and local basis.

Through our vast understanding of the risk profiles of such sites, and the stringent government regulatory context, Securitas provide fully bespoke and compliant services that achieve best practice.

 

Nuvia

www.nuvia.co.uk/

Nuvia is an international engineering, project management and services contractor bringing nuclear expertise to a number of highly regulated industries including; nuclear, defence, science and research and oil & gas.

With roots that can be traced back to the dawn of the nuclear industry, Nuvia’s rich heritage is reflected in the broad range of services offered and is the reason that the organisation is trusted by its clients to develop and implement solutions to their most complex challenges.

Internationally Nuvia provides programme management, consultancy and radiological protection services to a wide range of commercial clients, government bodies and international agencies.

In the UK and internationally Nuvia remains at the forefront of the industry, having developed a reputation for safe, high quality delivery.

 
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