Industry Leaders Gather to Discuss Strategies and Opportunities in Canada's Nuclear Sector
TORONTO, Feb. 28, 2012 /CNW/ - Returning to Toronto for its 3rd exciting year, the annual Nuclear Symposium provides an unmatched opportunity to hear from - and network with - leading nuclear experts and decision makers. During two days of business-focused presentations, participants will delve into the many opportunities, challenges and solutions surrounding New Builds, Refurbishments and Decommissions in Canada and abroad.
Delegates will hear from an outstanding speaker faculty of experts, including:
- Rod Eagles, Deputy Chief Nuclear Officer & Refurbishment Project Director, New Brunswick Power
- Paul Fehrenbach, Former Vice President, AECL Nuclear Laboratories, Emeritus
- Krista Hill, Partner and Co-Head of Infrastructure and Energy Group, Torys LLP
- Jerry Hopwood, Vice President, Product Development, Candu Energy Inc.
- Patrick Moran, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Nuclear Waste Management Organization
- Ron Oberth, President, Organization of CANDU Industries (OCI)
- Dr. Greg Rzentkowski, Director General, Director of Power Reactor Regulation, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Highlights from this year's event include:
- The latest regulatory changes from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
- Key information on Ontario's current and future refurbishment projects
- An exploration of opportunities arising from China's growing nuclear industry
- An assessment of the commercial potential for small-scale nuclear projects
- And much more!
|Conference Title:||CI Energy Group's 3rd Annual Nuclear Symposium|
|Date:||April 30 - May 1, 2012|
|Location:||Sutton Place Hotel, Toronto, Ontario|
About CI Energy Group
CI Energy Group is a division of The Canadian Institute and a member of the C5 Group of Companies, an international network of leading conference and business information providers. Staffed by industry experts and lawyers, CI Energy Group produces an extensive portfolio of research driven, timely business conferences for the global energy and commodities sectors. Covering a range of operational, technical and policy issues our market-led forums provide the business intelligence that decision makers need to react effectively to challenges and opportunities in the evolving worldwide energy marketplace. For more information, visit www.CanadianInstitute.com.
Media passes are issued at the discretion of The Canadian Institute and must be arranged in advance. Passes require two business days to process. Media can register in advance.
For further information:
For media accreditation contact: Jessika Hunt, 416-927-0718 Ext. 7324 or [email protected].