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Industry Calendar for Jan 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017

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DateMeeting/Event
Jan 24, 2017
Location
W Hotel, Washington, D.C.
Sponsor
NEI
Contact
Denise Bell
Description
This one-day forum will provide information on policy issues related to the nuclear fuel industry. Speakers from key government agencies and organizations that shape policy will present the latest insights on what lies ahead.
Feb 6-9, 2017
Location
Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, SA
Sponsor
Mining Indaba
Contact
Fred Noce
Description
Investing in African Mining Indaba is solely dedicated to the successful capitalization and development of mining interests in Africa. Located in Cape Town, South Africa for over 20 years, this event unites investors, mining companies, governments, and other stakeholders from around the world to learn and network, all toward the single goal of advancing mining on the continent. Also known as "Mining Indaba," the conference is dedicated to supporting education, career development, sustainable development, and other important causes in Africa's mining industry.
Feb 9-10, 2017
Location
Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel
Sponsor
S&P Global Platts
Contact
Ron Berg
Description
The Platts 13th Annual Nuclear Energy Conference gives you a strategic view of the nuclear industry, in North America and internationally. Meet with the leading nuclear operators, regulators, policy makers, and new reactor developers at a great location in the heart of Washington, DC. “Platts is always able to attract a terrific speaker line-up and an engaging group of attendees with valuable information. I always come home from one of their events with actionable information and several good contacts.” — 2016 attendee, Nuclear Energy Conference
Feb 17, 2017
Location
Hong Kong
Sponsor
Strategic Communications
Contact
Shandy Poh
Description
The 5th Asian Nuclear Power Briefing 2017 will take a pragmatic overview of the current global nuclear power scene, particularly in Asia focusing on the road ahead: • What are the policies and issues that governments have to face when determining what role nuclear power will play in its energy mix? • Funding nuclear power generation investments • Energy security and sustainability • Rebuilding public confidence in nuclear power as a safe and sustainable source of energy • Identifying innovative technology for nuclear power • Decommissioning and supply chain • Commercialising SMRs Erratic and constant rising prices in oil and gas and the ever increasing threat to its regular and uninterrupted supply shows that nuclear power is still very much a part of the future of an effective Asian energy mix.
Mar 1-2, 2017
Location
(TBD) London, UK
Sponsor
Active Communications International (ACI)
Contact
Claire Taylor-Payne
Description
ACI's Nuclear Decommissioning & Waste Management Summit in London, UK provides an arena to address and better understand the key issues facing the nuclear decommissioning sector. The Summit focuses on existing and potential nuclear decommissioning projects throughout Europe for the sake of establishing new business and innovation in waste management and on-site procedures. The interactive two-day program includes speeches from leading nuclear industry companies, networking events, roundtable discussions, and workshops related to the backend of the nuclear fuel cycle. The Summit will confirm a venue approximately 4-6 weeks prior to the event to ensure the most suitable space for the meeting.
Mar 7-8, 2017
Location
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Sponsor
Clarion Events
Contact
Tanushree Mulraj
Description
The 8th Edition of Nuclear Power Asia returns to Kuala Lumpur. The programme will address the key issues from planning to construction stage of nuclear power development, answering some of the burning questions.
Mar 8-9, 2017
Location
Pullman Istanbul Airport Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey
Sponsor
NIATR
Mar 15-16, 2017
Location
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Sponsor
Influence Corporation
Contact
Jay Teo
Description
With the success of the first Nuclear Industry Summit Latin America 2016, we are delighted to announce that the 2nd Nuclear Industry Summit Latin America 2017 will be held from March 15 – 16 in Buenos Aires again. Last year, we got the fully support from different regulatories, international reactor vendors and international nulcear related organizations. There are 7 nuclear power plants under operations in Latin America region and 2 NPPs are expected to be built in Argentina, 1 NPP under construction in Brazil, 1 NPP expected to be expanded in Mexico. Register to attend the Nuclear Industry Summit Latin America 2017.
Mar 29-31, 2017
Location
Nt'Shonalanga Valley Resort, South Africa
Sponsor
Nuclear Africa (Pty) Ltd.
Contact
Carol Van Niekerk
Description
Nuclear Africa Conference 2017 provides attendees with the opportunity to better understand Africa's readiness and future plans for nuclear power development. The Conference provides attendees with direct insight into the current status of nuclear power on the continent, as well as a forum to discuss new techniques for conducting cost analyses utilizing the principles of new nuclear energy economics. The 2017 Conference will be held at the Nt'Shonalanga Valley Resort, which is located northwest of Johannesburg, South Africa.
Mar 30-31, 2017
Location
Westin, Buckhead, Atlanta, GA
Sponsor
Nuclear Energy Insider
Contact
Ben Moss
Description
The 7th Annual SMR and Advanced Reactor Summit is the world’s largest meeting place for the industry, with over 30 exciting speaker presentations, a huge exhibition hall and 300+ of your peers present it promises to give you a competitive edge in new nuclear. With over 20 countries represented in 2016 the Annual SMR and Advanced Reactor Summit provides exclusive insight into the exciting market prospects for SMRs and Advanced Reactors, offering you the opportunity to get a head start over your competitors.
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Apr 25-27, 2017
Location
Delta Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Sponsor
WNA & NEI
Description
WORLD NUCLEAR FUEL CYCLE 2017 will provide a top-level international forum for senior industry leaders to discuss the issues affecting the commercial nuclear fuel cycle today, with a focus on enhancing the economic competitiveness of the nuclear fuel cycle and nuclear energy. The annual World Nuclear Fuel Cycle (WNFC) conference connects companies with cutting-edge information and emerging trends which affect the nuclear industry. Leading industry experts will provide information and insights that will help you and your company navigate successfully through the complex and changing fuel marketplace. WNFC also provides many opportunities to network with high-level industry executives. More details can be found at: www.wnfc.info
May 2-4, 2017
Location
Savannah International Trade and Convention Center
Sponsor
NEI
Contact
Denise Bell
Description
Nuclear plant fuel managers; dry fuel storage project managers; used fuel cask designers; utility licensing and compliance personnel; used fuel storage, transportation, and disposal consultants; architect engineers; pool-to-pad services companies; hardware suppliers; government agency managers, technical experts, contractors, stakeholders and international experts responsible for used nuclear fuel management issues. Sessions in the following areas are planned: Dry cask storage Cumulative Burden Reduction and Licensing Process Improvements Management of emerging and ongoing used fuel storage and transportation technical and regulatory issues Waste Confidence and Extended Storage U.S. used fuel management policy Consolidated interim storage, Disposal and transportation of used fuel Dry Storage Operating Experience
May 9, 2017
Location
Mövenpick Hotel, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Sponsor
Middle East Business Intelligence
Contact
Alexander Bencini
Description
The Saudi Arabia Forum is a unique opportunity to gain unprecedented access into the biggest project’s market in the Middle East with a dedicated agenda of content and networking activities focused on collaboration, networking, critical market project program intelligence, design, bid, and build opportunities.
May 16-18, 2017
Location
Novotel Hotel, Shanghai, China
Sponsor
Industry Platform
Contact
Zaf Coelho
Description
The last 4 years has seen Hong Kong playing host to the international nuclear community which have been convening annually to obtain first-hand updates on nuclear developments in the region. Asia Nuclear Business Platform (ANBP) is developed by the industry for the industry and has been helmed by an international Advisory Board comprising of over 20 senior nuclear experts. The Board is responsible in developing the agenda and objectives of the meeting. What has made the event truly remarkable is the diversity of the participants with key people from across the global nuclear supply chain which provided an excellent opportunity for networking. The likes of reactor vendors, financial institutions, and international energy agencies were present and they were complimented by senior decision-makers from countries embarking and planning for nuclear in Asia.
May 22-24, 2017
Location
Westin Kierland Scottsdale, AZ
Sponsor
NEI
Contact
Denise Bell
Description
NEI’s 64th Annual Industry Conference and Supplier Expo: Nuclear Energy Assembly is the annual conference of the nuclear technologies industry. The conference draws hundreds of senior executives and policymakers from around the world. Join us May 22-24, in Scottsdale, Arizona!
May 30-Jun 1, 2017
Location
IAEA Headquarters in Vienna, Austria
Sponsor
IAEA
Contact
IAEA Conference Secretariat
Description
The 60th International Conference on the IAEA Technical Cooperation Program t provides an ideal opportunity to take stock of what has been achieved through the TC program and to demonstrate how the program can best contribute to the development and attainment of the SDGs in Member States.The conference is an occasion for Member States and other partners to explore collectively innovative means to further develop partnerships with other UN system and regional organizations, financial institutions, non-traditional donors and the private sector, in order to enhance delivery of the TC programme.
Jun 4-6, 2017
Location
Budapest Marriott Hotel
Sponsor
World Nuclear Fuel Market
Description
The World Nuclear Fuel Market, an association of about 90 companies, representing around 20 countries, is dedicated to facilitating trade of nuclear materials and increasing the availability of accurate, timely and useful price information to the industry.
Jun 6-7, 2017
Location
Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, Australia
Sponsor
AusIMM
Contact
Sara Muggeridge
Description
Heading into its twelfth consecutive year, the AusIMM International Uranium Conference continues to be the premier event within the uranium industry. The AusIMM International Uranium Conference 2016 presents a highly relevant and valuable conference program including outstanding keynote speakers and highly experienced industry experts. Covering all areas of the sector, such as exploration, development, production, environmental, health & safety and political aspects, the program is sure to please. The conference will follow the release of a final report from the Royal Commission review of the nuclear fuel cycle in South Australia, generating significant interest and excitement around the industry. The AusIMM International Uranium Conference 2016 offers the latest technical updates, industry insights and the opportunity to look towards the future of the uranium industry with renewed optimism.
Jun 19-21, 2017
Location
Gostiny Dvor, Moscow, Russia
Sponsor
Rosatom
Contact
Galina Lashmanova
Description
IX International Forum ATOMEXPO 2017 will be held June 19-21, 2017 in Moscow, at the “Gostiny Dvor” Exhibition Center. ATOMEXPO is the largest exhibition venue for meetings and negotiations between world leaders of the nuclear power sector. The Forum has traditionally included an exhibition of leading Russian and international companies of the nuclear power sector and an extensive business program with participation of corporation executives, top managers of international companies and international-level experts. The goal of the Forum is to promote international cooperation between the Russian Federation and the countries of Latin America, Pacific Asia, Africa, Central, and Eastern Europe in the field of nuclear power, and to discuss Russia’s proposal on developing national energy programs.
Jun 27-29, 2017
Location
InterContinental Buckhead, Atlanta, GA
Sponsor
The Ux Consulting Company, LLC
Contact
Eric Webb
Description
Following over a decade of successful seminars focused on utility nuclear fuel procurement, UxC has decided to create its new Nuclear Fuel Training Seminar starting in 2016. All participants in the nuclear fuel markets require up-to-date knowledge and unbiased insights in order to formulate effective strategies either for procurement, sales efforts, investment activities, or other related objectives. This seminar is designed to assist you in achieving these goals by providing an advanced understanding of factors affecting nuclear fuel demand, market price formation, supply source availability, supplier motivations, and utility contracting practices.
Jul 2-6, 2017
Location
Shanghai Convention Center, Shanghai, China
Sponsor
ASME, Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, and Chinese Nuclear Society
Contact
Yanyan Zhi
Description
The International Conference on Nuclear Engineering (ICONE) is the premier global conference on nuclear reactor technology. This conference is designed for anyone who wants to stay technically current and on top of industry trends and developments. It features Industry Forums, Technical, Keynote, Plenary, and Poster Sessions, plus Workshops where international subject matter experts present their views and expertise on current topics of importance to the worldwide nuclear community. Leaders from industry, government, and academia gather each year to present and explore cutting edge technical issues and solutions for the challenges that the nuclear industry faces today. ICONE has been jointly sponsored by the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers and ASME since 1991–and co-sponsored with the Chinese Nuclear Society since 2005.
Jul 18, 2017
Location
The W Hotel, Washington, D.C.
Sponsor
NEI
Contact
Denise Bell
Description
This one-day forum will provide information on policy issues related to the nuclear fuel industry. Speakers from key government agencies and organizations that shape policy will present the latest insights on what lies ahead.
Jul 23-26, 2017
Location
Hilton San Francisco San Francisco, CA
Sponsor
NEI
Contact
Arika Johnson
Description
The 2017 U.S. Women in Nuclear conference is ideal for individuals working in any aspect of nuclear energy, science, and technology throughout the United States. The conference provides perspectives from national authorities on key issues, as well as ample professional development opportunities for attendees. About U.S. WIN: U.S. Women in Nuclear is the premier network of more than 8,000 women and men who work in nuclear- and radiation-related fields around the country. To find out more about U.S. WIN, please visit the group’s Web site at www.winus.org.
Sep 13-15, 2017
Location
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London, UK
Sponsor
WNA
Description
World Nuclear Association Symposium, organized by the World Nuclear Association will take place from 13th September to 15th September 2017 at London, United Kingdom. The conference will cover areas like itself as the industry's foremost international meeting, attracting an attendance of over 600 leaders and specialists from more than 30 countries.
Oct 17-18, 2017
Location
Radisson Slavyanskaya, Moscow, Russia
Sponsor
Rosatom
Contact
Bulgachenko Ekaterina
Description
AtomEco is a biannually held major international platform to facilitate discussions on radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel management issues, decommissioning of nuclear facilities, and environmental remediation. The Conference program will include a plenary, section sessions, and a round-table discussion. Sessions will be held in the Radisson Slavyanskaya Business Center. The Conference working languages are Russian and English.
Oct 22-25, 2017
Location
Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Seattle, Washington
Sponsor
NEI
Contact
Arika Johnson
Description
Uranium Fuel Seminar 2017 will examine the changing fuel market, explore current and future needs and provide a forum to examine challenges facing the fuel industry. Speakers from domestic and foreign industry and government will provide perspectives on these market and policy issues.
Nov 16-17, 2017
Sponsor
Strategic Communications
Contact
Christina Logan
Description
The 5th European Nuclear Power Briefing 2017 seeks to bring together key stakeholders, regulators, government, EPCs, financial institutions and vendors to discuss openly and candidly about the future of nuclear power as a key element in the energy mix of the future, the opportunities available and the challenges faced in nuclear new build, finance options, commercializing SMRs and technological innovation, safety, security, climate change and decommissioning.