TotalDECOM International Conference
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 - MAIN AUDITORIUM
Total Decom 2019 will provide a unique perspective on the important issues, developments, themes and lessons relating to decommissioning from across the globe. Eminent speakers from the Far East, Europe and the UK will come together to highlight the scale of international decommissioning activity, experience and opportunity in the fields of nuclear, offshore oil and gas and defence. The following programme is for the international conference on 30 April providing a flavour of the exciting prospects on offer to delegates. Information will be updated as speakers and topics are confirmed.
Rt Hon Lord Hutton of Furness
Rt Hon Lord Hutton of Furness
Chairman of TotalDECOM Limited
Prof John Fyfe
Professor John Fyfe, Business Advisor to International Government
Presentation: Effects on the Community of Decom Sites - an International Perspective
In the session on decommissioning activity in the Far East a speaker from Korea will present Korea’s plans and policies as their nuclear fleet enters the decommissioning phase; Naoto Yagi from Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) will report on progress on the decommissioning of Fukushima Daiichi; and Roger Cowton from Sellafield will describe the cooperation agreement between Sellafield and Tepco designed to support delivery of decommissioning activities at Sellafield and Fukushima Daiichi.
Mr Hwee-Soo, Jun
Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power
Mr Whee-Soo, Jun.
CNO and Executive Vice President
KHNP Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power
Presentation: Korea’s Nuclear Decommissioning Plans and Policies.
Head of Nuclear, TEPCO
TEPCO Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc.
Dr. Bernhard Bugenhagen
Dr Bernhard Bugenhagen
Expert for Decommissioning and Dismantling
Presentation: Nuclear Decommissioning and Remediation: Begin with the end!
Cyclife Groupe EDF
Cyclife EDF Groupe
Presentation: An overview of the Berkeley, Chapelcross and Dounreay projects
Dave is a Chartered Engineer and MSP Practitioner who has worked in the nuclear industry for almost 40 years. He started his career as a Metallurgist involved in the construction of Heysham 2 and Torness power stations then moved into decommissioning and waste management working for Northern Engineering Industries (NEI), Rolls-Royce and Mitsui Babcock.
In 2006 Dave joined Studsvik and worked on a variety of projects including the transport and treatment of Berkeley Boilers.
Dave joined LLWR in 2014 as Programme Manager for the Repository Development Programme and left in 2017 to support Cyclife deliver the Chapelcross Gas Ducts project. As Technical Manager for Cyclife UK Ltd he has recently worked on the Dounreay Optimised Metals Project involving the first consignment of large components from the Dounreay site under the LLWR Framework.
His presentation provides and overview of the Berkeley, Chapelcross and Dounreay projects.
Managing Director Programme & Project Management
Presentation: Challenge Presented in Decommissioning Camp Bastion
Clive will talk about decommissioning Camp Bastion in a tight 9-month timescale, the challenges this presented, and the skills needed for this, or any large programme of decommissioning work.
Camp Bastion was the British Armed Forces main base in Afghanistan. A town the size of Reading, it became synonymous with the fight against the Taliban. When the decision was taken to withdraw troops from the base a programme of work to decommission Camp Bastion was implemented. WYG project managed this decommissioning - from helping to assess the future use (or disposal) of every single item to planning and implementing the resulting actions.
AWE Programme Director
Presentation: The Power of partnerships: the key to overcoming complex and uncertain job scopes
Aecom a premier fully integrated infrastructure firm and AWE PLC have signed a contract naming Aecom as the delivery partner for it’s Nuclear Capability Project. The scope of the contract includes the Decommissioning and Demolition of the current facilities, the completion of new facilities and the management and transportation of material across the site. The project has a potential expenditure of approximately £360m, expected to span at least 12 years.
Head of Cross-Industry Insights
Presentation: Cross Sectoral Working Update - NDA/OGA
16.15 - 16.45 Final Summary
- for TotalDECOM to explore further.
Timings and Presentations subject to change