Now Open to All Industry Participants!
June 27-29, 2017
Advanced Fuel Market Training
Following over a decade of successful seminars focused on utility nuclear fuel procurement, UxC created its broader 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. UxC's expanded 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.
The UxC Nuclear Fuel Training Seminar follows a unique format that takes place over a three-day period. The first day is devoted to an examination of current market and industry trends – in uranium, conversion, enrichment, and fabrication – as well as presenting supply and demand outlooks, price forecasts, inventory holdings, and other key fundamentals affecting each market segment.
The second day provides more detailed discussion of critical market issues, such as price reporting and the latest practices in buying and selling. Additional industry experts as well as UxC consultants will also be on hand to provide their perspectives and experiences on important market topics.
On the third day, there are two separate tracks: one for utility buyers wishing to learn the best strategies for fuel procurement and another track focused on other factors influencing the fuel industry, such as logistics, issues affecting suppliers, utility contracting preferences, and supplier strategies.
Future forecasts are presented and discussed for each of the four front-end markets. Historical perspectives are incorporated with these outlooks to provide seminar attendees with UxC's distinctive viewpoints of the nuclear fuel markets.
The primary purpose of this three-day course is to provide a thorough nuclear fuel market educational opportunity. The seminar is structured to provide ample time for questions, both on a formal and informal basis. These discussions allow attendees to gain the maximum benefit from the UxC staff and guest speakers.
UxC has prepared a large binder of information that will be given to participants at the onset of the seminar. Participants will use this binder during the seminar to follow the discussions, as well as to add any pertinent information. Afterward, it will serve as a valuable reference source.
Since 2016, the UxC Nuclear Fuel Training Seminar is open to all participants, including utility fuel buyers and their managers, supplier marketing specialists, traders, investors, and government agency staff, among others. Anyone that is, or will be, exposed to the nuclear fuel markets will take away a new perspective from this comprehensive three-day course.
Location and Costs
The UxC Nuclear Fuel Training Seminar is scheduled for June 27-29, 2017 and will be held in the Buckhead district of Atlanta, Georgia, at the InterContinental Hotel.
The group rate for the InterContinental is approximately $180 per night plus tax, please contact UxC for further details. Participants normally plan to arrive Monday night.
A MARTA train (subway) station is within a block of the hotel, and trains are approximately a 30-45 minute ride from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
The seminar is scheduled to end at 3:00 pm on Thursday. When making hotel reservations, please indicate you will be attending the "UxC Nuclear Fuel Training Seminar."
However, please make sure that your registration for the seminar is completed before making hotel reservations, as space for the seminar is limited.
The cost of the seminar is US$2,800.00 per attendee.
A discount rate of US$2,500.00 is available for registration by the Early Bird Date of April 30, 2017.
This fee covers the seminar and course materials, as well as breakfast and lunch each day, and dinner on two nights.
Snacks and refreshments will also be provided each day.