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TotalDECOM Hub ‘1 to 1 Meetings’ – Helping Delegates Secure Business in the Decommissioning Marketplace

1 to 1 Appointments Always Get Booked Up Very Quickly. We urge early booking to avoid missing out on these rare and valuable meetings 
To Secure 1 to 1 appointments with key organisations from across the DECOM Sector Supply Chains Book a Delegate Ticket - £100 for subscribers £125 non subscribers     

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Wood.  Stephen Heath,  Quality and Supply Chain Director - Nuclear  Beth Griffiths, Buyer

Wood designs, delivers and maintains strategic and complex assets for customers across the global energy markets and related sectors. We are a trusted partner in nuclear, operating in five continents and over 15 countries with 60 years unrivalled experience. Technology independent with comprehensive experience of all major reactor types, our expertise covers reactor design and operations, new build programmes (inc. Gen IV, small modular reactors and fusion), waste management and decommissioning, defence, all underpinned by our expert knowledge in delivering safety, assurance, engineering, technology, innovation and R&D.

To book a 1 to 1 meeting with Stephen or Beth email: april@totaldecom.co.uk

WYG Event Sponsors – Steven Little,  Director

WYG is an award-winning professional services firm operating from more than 50 locations across the UK, Europe, Africa and Asia. WYG are driven by client service and underpinned by technical excellence. They help clients create value, protect value, and manage risk. They are the partner of choice for organisations operating in complex or challenging environments.

Steve will also be speaking at our event.  To book a 1 to 1 meeting with Steve. email: april@totaldecom.co.uk

Centre of Nuclear Excellence Event Sponsors, Ken McEwan, Director

The Centre of Nuclear Excellence is built on generations of nuclear experience, research and operations and home to three national nuclear organisations, two major nuclear sites of national strategic importance, nuclear transport expertise and an unrivalled network of supporting infrastructure. A priority area for the next generation of nuclear power production it can support economic growth in regional, national and international arenas.
To book a 1 to 1 meeting Ken.
email: april@totaldecom.co.uk

Sellafield, John Berry, Supply Chain Manager – Innovation and Diversification

Sellafield are responsible for the safe and secure operation and clean-up of the Sellafield nuclear site.
John will also be speaking at our event on ‘How to do business at Sellafield’
To book a 1 to 1 meeting with John
email: april@totaldecom.co.uk

Urenco Nuclear Stewardship Kevin Malone, Business Development Manager & Sarah Williams, Commercial Manager

Urenco are an international supplier for the civil nuclear industry and are committed to leading the way in enrichment services and nuclear fuel supply chain products
Kevin will also be speaking at our event on doing business at Urenco.
To book a 1 to 1 meeting Kevin & Sarah.
email: april@totaldecom.co.uk

Orano, Phil Sansom, Business Development

Unique and internationally recognized expertise in the nuclear fuel cycle enables Orano to offer customers efficient products and services that are adapted to their needs, right across the cycle from mining to dismantling, as well as in conversion, enrichment, recycling, logistics and engineering. It is this expertise that provides the foundation for the relationship of trust that Orano have built up over time with its customers.

To book a 1 to 1 meeting with Phil email: april@totaldecom.co.uk

NIASS, John Carine, Director

NIASS is an independent business development consultancy specifically aimed at assisting companies, both large and small, who are already operating or aspiring to operate in the UK Civil Nuclear and Defence Sectors.
To book a 1 to 1 meeting John
email: april@totaldecom.co.uk

ABB – Sam Lane-Ryan Environmental Consultant

ABB is a pioneering technology leader that works closely with utilities, industry, transportation and infrastructure customers to write the future of industrial digitalization and realize value.

To book a 1 to 1 meeting Sam
email: april@totaldecom.co.uk

Event Hosts Thornton Science Park / University of Cheshire / I2C: Innovation to Commercialisation

Rhian Bowen, Business Development Manager, Jim Coulson Business Development Manager &  Heather Carroll, Business Development Manager

I2C: Innovation to Commercialisation
The Innovation to Commercialisation Project (I2C) is supported and partly funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The I2C Project seeks to help eligible SME businesses introduce innovation into their organisations and advance commercialisation of new products, processes and services to the marketplace.Based at the University of Chester’s Thornton Science Park, the programme will offer SMEs access to the Faculty of Science and Engineering resources, together with the I2C team of engineers and specialist equipment.

To book a 1 to 1 meeting with a member of the team 
email: april@totaldecom.co.uk

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TotalDECOM 1 to 1 Meeting opportunities

A unique platform to Do Business

Move your organisation into new & exciting markets

TotalDECOM is the only 'annual event where all the DECOM sectors come together to do business.
‘Decommissioning is one of the UK’s few predicted growth sectors – worth 100s of billions, spanning decades!’ Be part of it…

Decommissioning Sector Market Value

Oil & Gas DECOM Market 

Decommissioning on the UK Continental Shelf represents an estimated £17.6 billion between now and 2025. This offers enormous scope for organisations to develop world-class skills and competencies in decommissioning both for deployment in the UK and overseas. To make the most of this opportunity, the supply chain will need to offer high quality, cost-efficient goods and services if they are to win business in a fiercely competitive global market. Expertise and collaboration from nuclear and other sectors can provide enormous cost savings and learning’s to take forward – come to TotalDECOM to find out more.   

Nuclear DECOM Market

The UK’s annual nuclear decommissioning cleanup cost is estimated at around £3 billion annually. This includes contracts with UK and overseas customers for the reprocessing and management of spent nuclear fuels.

The 2017 forecast is that future clean-up across the UK will cost around £119 billion spread across the next 120 years.

The MoD are planning to dismantle 19 nuclear submarines that have come to the end of their life, which creates an enormous opportunity for all supply chains with the relevant skills and expertise in specialist areas of Decommissioning & Dismantling.

There is a huge opportunity here for the nuclear industry and wider decommissioning markets to capitalise on this by taking their skills and expertise into new and exciting areas.

Offshore Wind DECOM Market

Up to 2020 only one or two small projects will be decommissioned each year. From 2020 the 20 year milestone is reached by the first large Danish and UK projects, resulting in decommissioning projections of up to 100 turbines each year. By 2035, the decommissioning volume is estimated to be approximately 2 GW (500 turbines) per year and with each turbine costing approximately £1 million to decommission -  offshore wind farm decommissioning is a sizeable market with many parallels in the expertise required to decommission assets in other sectors.  

DECOM in other markets and applications 

The wealth of worldwide Decommissioning expertise in key sectors is applicable to many others industries – past TotalDECOM conferences have highlighted parallels between the technologies used in subsea decommissioning, to techniques used in outer space. There are also useful learning’s that can be taken from nuclear DECOM, to create cost efficiencies in Pharmaceuticals and Process Plant Dismantling. 

Demolition techniques used in industry can also be utilised in natural disaster clean up and other applications such as taking industrial DECOM innovations  to accelerate medical advancement - are other interesting areas we hope to focus on in the future. 

Join operators & organisations from across the entire Decommissioning Marketplace. Move your organisation into new and exciting markets by sponsoring or exhibiting with us.

You should attend if you are you involved in….Demolition & Dismantling : Engineering : IT & Communications : Electronics : Imaging, Sensing & Inspection: Explosives & Munitions : Waste Management : Characterisation : ROV's : Drones : Robotics Health & Safety : Recruitment : Academia : Innovation : R&D : Skills : Strategy & Planning : Late Life Extension : Asset Management  : Government : Regulation : Policy : Legal : Accounting & Auditing : Business Consultancy : Heavy Lift : Shipping & Logistics : Maritime : Subsea : Commercial & Finance ……

These and many other areas of expertise are required throughout the decommissioning process be it Nuclear : Oil & Gas : Defence : Mining Renewables or the Process Sector !

Join operators & organisations from across the entire Decommissioning Marketplace. 

Join operators & organisations from across the entire Decommissioning Marketplace.

TotalDECOM Supply Chain Exhibition

Make the most of your exhibition opportunities

Move your organisation into new & exciting markets

TotalDECOM is the only 'annual event where all the DECOM sectors come together to do business.
‘Decommissioning is one of the UK’s few predicted growth sectors – worth 100s of billions, spanning decades!’ Be part of it…

Decommissioning Sector Market Value

Oil & Gas DECOM Market 

Decommissioning on the UK Continental Shelf represents an estimated £17.6 billion between now and 2025. This offers enormous scope for organisations to develop world-class skills and competencies in decommissioning both for deployment in the UK and overseas. To make the most of this opportunity, the supply chain will need to offer high quality, cost-efficient goods and services if they are to win business in a fiercely competitive global market. Expertise and collaboration from nuclear and other sectors can provide enormous cost savings and learning’s to take forward – come to TotalDECOM to find out more.   

Nuclear DECOM Market

The UK’s annual nuclear decommissioning cleanup cost is estimated at around £3 billion annually. This includes contracts with UK and overseas customers for the reprocessing and management of spent nuclear fuels.

The 2017 forecast is that future clean-up across the UK will cost around £119 billion spread across the next 120 years.

The MoD are planning to dismantle 19 nuclear submarines that have come to the end of their life, which creates an enormous opportunity for all supply chains with the relevant skills and expertise in specialist areas of Decommissioning & Dismantling.

There is a huge opportunity here for the nuclear industry and wider decommissioning markets to capitalise on this by taking their skills and expertise into new and exciting areas.

Offshore Wind DECOM Market

Up to 2020 only one or two small projects will be decommissioned each year. From 2020 the 20 year milestone is reached by the first large Danish and UK projects, resulting in decommissioning projections of up to 100 turbines each year. By 2035, the decommissioning volume is estimated to be approximately 2 GW (500 turbines) per year and with each turbine costing approximately £1 million to decommission -  offshore wind farm decommissioning is a sizeable market with many parallels in the expertise required to decommission assets in other sectors.  

DECOM in other markets and applications 

The wealth of worldwide Decommissioning expertise in key sectors is applicable to many others industries – past TotalDECOM conferences have highlighted parallels between the technologies used in subsea decommissioning, to techniques used in outer space. There are also useful learning’s that can be taken from nuclear DECOM, to create cost efficiencies in Pharmaceuticals and Process Plant Dismantling. 

Demolition techniques used in industry can also be utilised in natural disaster clean up and other applications such as taking industrial DECOM innovations  to accelerate medical advancement - are other interesting areas we hope to focus on in the future. 

Join operators & organisations from across the entire Decommissioning Marketplace. Move your organisation into new and exciting markets by sponsoring or exhibiting with us.

You should attend if you are you involved in….Demolition & Dismantling : Engineering : IT & Communications : Electronics : Imaging, Sensing & Inspection: Explosives & Munitions : Waste Management : Characterisation : ROV's : Drones : Robotics Health & Safety : Recruitment : Academia : Innovation : R&D : Skills : Strategy & Planning : Late Life Extension : Asset Management  : Government : Regulation : Policy : Legal : Accounting & Auditing : Business Consultancy : Heavy Lift : Shipping & Logistics : Maritime : Subsea : Commercial & Finance ……

These and many other areas of expertise are required throughout the decommissioning process be it Nuclear : Oil & Gas : Defence : Mining Renewables or the Process Sector !

Join operators & organisations from across the entire Decommissioning Marketplace.

TotalDECOM High Level Conference

Learn from DECOM Operators & the Supply Chain

TotalDECOM 2018 offers an unrivalled and unique platform to learn from influential organisations, from Operator level, right across the Supply Chains – all with valuable and insightful decommissioning intelligence to share, illuminating the wealth of opportunity in the decommissioning marketplace over the coming decades. 

TotalDECOM 2018 Keynote Conference will focus on high level international decommissioning strategy from all sectors, as well as specialist conference streams, seminars & workshops covering topics vital to the decommissioning process;

  • Supply Chain Opportunities
  • High Level International Decommissioning Strategy from all sectors
  • Decommissioning Regulation & Policy across the sectors
  • Late Life Asset Management & Closure
  • Demolition & Dismantling
  • Commercial & Project Challenges & Management
  • Critical Materials, Recycling, Reclamation & Remediation
  • Environmental Impact & Considerations
  • Engineering Innovations  
  • Transferable Skills & Cross Sector Collaboration  

Many of the issues & solutions, skills, expertise & innovations required to decommission an asset, cost effectively, safely and with minimum impact to the environment, are remarkably similar across the DECOM sectors - be it Oil & Gas, Nuclear, Renewables, Defence, Mining or Process.

Organisations previously involved
AECOM, Westinghouse, Nuvia, Wood Plc, Shell, Morgan Sindall, GGR Group, Areva, ECITB, Bechtel, National Nuclear Laboratory, Sellafield, MoD, Babcock, Atkins, Texodrone, OREKA, MDA, James Fisher, Sky Futures, Nuclear AMRC, Spex, OC Robotics, Createc, Wall Rover, React, Tokyo Electric Power Company, Nuclear Industry Association, Decom North Sea, Nuclear Grads and many more.