November 19, 2017

OandM and Lifecycle Management Strategies for CCGT Power Plants

T.A Cook
Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom
Start Date:
May 10, 2017
This event has expired
End Date:
May 11, 2017
This two day event will once again bring together the international CCGT community, with plant owners and operators, OEM's and third party service providers in attendance. In challenging market conditions, this is an opportunity to hear how other users are tackling market volatility, managing cost, and approaching OandM.
An open and interactive forum designed to reflect current market conditions and challenges, this event will deliver a mixture of case studies, microforums, round table discussions and networking, designed to bring the community together for debate, learning and benchmarking. 

Agenda highlights are set to include:
RWE - Effective CCGT fleet management 
Calon Energy - Technical upgrade of an 18 year old CCGT plant at Sutton Bridge
Centrica – Experiences with Capacity Mechanism and potential impact on running regimes
InterGen - Optimising inventory management across a global platform
National Grid - How to survive and thrive in the new Capacity Market
Marsh - Insurance industry guidance and consideration
OMV – How to meet flexibility requirements 
…and more
Registration is now live, with group discounts currently available. Join the over 600 strong community of CCGT plant operators from Europe, North America and Asia, and don’t miss this unique opportunity and discover how you can maximise plant efficiency, reliability and availability without impacting cost or margin.

Additional information


Power Plant Owners and Operators Early Bird Fee: GBP 999
Power Plant Owners and Operators Standard Fee: GBP 1099
Service Providers and Consultancies Early Bird Fee: GBP 1099
Service Providers and Consultancies Standard Fee: GBP 1299

Speakers: Uniper, Engie, InterGen, Calon Energy, OMV, RWE Generation UK, RTG, Industrial Bolting Systems, Marsh, Centrica, National Grid

Venue details: Crowne Plaza, Holliday Street, Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham, B1 1HH, United Kingdom

Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm