Mistras Group
15th Annual Outage Management for Power Plants Conference
Start Date: 7/26/2016
End Date: 7/28/2016
15th Outage Management for Power Plants

Pioneering Maintenance and Planning Strategies of the Sites, Units and Assets to Minimize Scope Creep and Deliver Outages within Schedule and Under Budget

26-28 Jul 2016
Astor Crowne Plaza - New Orleans, LA, United States of America

Why You Should Attend

15th Outage Management for Power Plants

Run your outages cost-effectively. As it has for the last decade, this annual meeting provides power generation professionals with proven case studies on how to run outages efficiently without sacrificing operational excellence. With the evolving and improving outage management techniques that have surfaced in the last year, the conference addresses solutions for aging facilities to integrate new technologies to optimize costs and gain the most value from the plans.

Heads of outage management, plant management and overhauls from power plants will share experiences, industry best practices and lessons learned in the on-going management of outages. The discussions will cover the complexities of planning and scheduling, outage readiness programs, budget tracking, preventative and predictive maintenance, execution of the outage, availability of quality crafts, scope development and control, regulatory / technical requirements, metrics, safety awareness, and risk management.
The 15th OMPP meeting will be co-located with the 8th Annual Chem/Petrochem and Refinery Shutdowns and Turnarounds Conference, which is the leading event for Shutdowns/Turnarounds, Maintenance and Reliability professionals from the chemical, petrochemical and refining industries.

Key Topics

Optimize Cost Control Practices and Implement Fleet-Wide Overhaul Standardization with PacifiCorp
Manage Scope Growth within Your Plant and Ensure Timeliness to Guarantee a Successful Outage via FPL, Westar, and Idaho Power
Navigate Outage Capital and O&M Expenses in Real Time with Dynegy
Analyze Unit Overhauls with 4D Scheduling with Consumers Energy
Utilize Selective Catalyst Redirectors to Make Coal-Fired Power Plants More Environmentally Friendly with Indianapolis Power & Light

Previous Attendees Include

TVA, AEP, Southern Company, Duke Energy, Cleco Corporation, Consumers Energy, Alliant Energy, Sempra Generation, Constellation Energy, Puget Sound Energy, PPL Corporation, OGE Energy, PNM Resources, Xcel Energy, Salt River Project, Entergy, FirstEnergy Corporation, We Energies, Georgia Power, DTE Energy, Ameren, Dominion Resources, NV Energy, Indianapolis Power & Light, Ontario Power Generation, and many more!
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