||11 July 2012
||Trinity Park, Ipswich
EEEGR's flagship summer conference is the essential all energy conference for the East of England. This year the conference takes on a new format with the afternoon devoted to focused sessions on Marine, Skills, Decommissioning and New Build Projects.
Speakers Confirmed to date:
- Tim Johnson, Contract Manager Procurement - DONG
- Andrew Bellamy, Senior Industrial & Supply Chain Project Manager - AREVA
- Chris Squires, NNB Supply Chain Engagement Manager - EDF Energy
- Cliff Matthews, Energy from Waste Regional Manager - SITA
- Carl Erik Gurrik, Commercial Manager - Fred Olsen Group
- Charlie Morris, Project Manager - Siemens
Delegates will also hear from The Crown Estate and Barclays - Speakers TBA.
We have added even more value to exhibitors and delegates this year with a strong focus on networking in the exhibition zone in the afternoon whilst the sessions are taking place.
There are 40 exhibition stands available and these sold out well in advance last year so book early to avoid disappointment. To secure a 3 metre or a 1 metre space please book NOW.
Afternoon Session - Skills for Energy
The Skills for Energy session will discuss transferable skills from the Military sector into the energy industry, as well as courses and programmes being developed to support the industry. Celia Anderson will also update delegates with the status of the long awaited EPISCentre, a bespoke facility to service the industries training needs.
Afternoon Session - Marine
The Marine session will discuss how the local marine supply chain can diversify and service the growing energy industry. You will hear from 3 key players who will all talk about the opportunities available both locally and internationally in the offshore wind sector.
Afternoon Session - Decommissioning
The decommissioning session will explore not only oil and gas decommissioning but also nuclear and offshore wind decommissioning, highlighting the massive opportunities for the supply chain in the East of England.
Afternoon Session - New Build Projects
The New Build session will look at major construction projects in the energy sector as well looking specifically at waste to energy new build and nuclear new build and will be chaired by ECITB.