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Power Plant Manager''s Forum

  01/2006

Event Date: 24-25 January 2006
Location: Marriott San Antonio North West, San Antonio, TX, USA

Event Summary

Power Plants operate twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and as the demand for power grows stronger, new environmental laws will take effect, OEM prices for products and services will continue to escalate, based on the economic theory that demand is governed by price. Power Plant Managers are under increasing pressure to cut costs, heighten efficiency and reduce waste; and to keep the competitive edge they need to maintain a keen focus. However, the energy industry is changing dramatically, with deregulation of the utility industry and the energy demand is expected to continue to rise at an increasing rate of 2.9% per year for the next 20 years. Plant Managers are constantly seeking fresh ideas, new technology and equipment to minimize environmental impacts and maximize efficiency.

Real Life case studies presented by leading practitioners who have expert take away knowledge on best practices techniques used for dealing with the aging workforce, new environmental laws, acquiring long-term contracts with their OEMs and practical strategies and tools for equipment maintenance and reliability will re-invent the Power Plant Manager to improve and sustain operational excellence for the 21st Century

Key Topics

Improving on OEM Relationships to Increase Profits and Stabilize Operational Cost
Extend the Lifecycle of Your Fixed Assets and Improve Asset Reliability by Optimizing Planned Maintenance
Extracting Maximum Profits From Minimum Investment In Plant and Equipment Through The Use of Condition Monitoring Technologies
Capitalizing on In-House (NDE) Inspections, Reducing Cost and Improving Plant Reliability

Event contact

Natalie Belgrave - Utilities
CGI Tower, 3rd Floor
Warrens, St. Michael
Barbados, W.I
Tel :246.417.5389
Fax :888.844.4901
EMail : utilities@marcusevansbb.com



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