The Power Generation Gas Turbine User Group is a well- established conference catering for those involved in the design, management, operation and maintenance of gas turbines.
This is an unrivalled opportunity to engage with gas turbine experts and end users to exchange ideas, identify solutions to operational challenges and learn about new developments.
The Institution’s long-standing User Groups are peer reviewed by a committee of key industry thought leaders, ensuring high quality presentations, unique networking opportunities and the chance to share experiences among the gas turbine community.
New for 2018: discuss the role of gas turbines in the future of Britain's energy mix, together with successful strategies for plant life extension, asset management and refurbishment while maintaining cost effectiveness.
- Learn from real-life case studies illustrating project experience and best practice
- Improve the performance of your plant
- Discover updates on the latest industry developments and technologies
- Hear advice from leading specialists on a wide number of issues
- Understand how to manage and minimise plant risks
NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION:
Join the networking drinks reception at the end of day 1
Catch up with the presenting speakers, rekindle old friendships and make new connections within the power engineering industry.
Continue the discussions from day 1 of the conference to exchange ideas and identify solutions to operational challenges.
Secure your place at the networking dinner when booking your place at the user group or email email@example.com.
KEY SESSIONS INCLUDE:
- KEYNOTE ADDRESS: THE BLUEBIRD PROJECT
Bill Smith, Bluebird Project Leader, The Bluebird Project
- SMALL SCALE CHP WITH THERMAL AND ELECTRICAL STORAGE BATTERIES
George Norrie, Lead Assessor Technical Director, Scotia Energy
- RESOLVING OIL MIST ISSUE IN GT26 GAS TURBINE FUEL GAS SUPPLY CAUSED BY AN UPSTREAM COMPRESSOR
Colin Caldow, Senior Engineer, Scottish Power
- MAJOR OVERHAUL AND ROTOR EXCHANGE OF THREE SIEMENS SGT5-4000F GAS TURBINES
Matthew MacDonald, Rotating Plant Engineer, SSE
- HEAVY DUTY GAS TURBINE UPGRADE
Damon Robinson, Engineering Manager, GE Power
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS:
The call for papers has now ended, for general enquiries or last minute submissions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)20 7973 1251.
PAST DELEGATES INCLUDE:
Advanced Valve Solutions
Castings Technology International
E.On UK CHP Ltd
Elta Fans Applied Technology
Emerson Process Management
Fichtner Consulting Engineers
Frazer Nash Consultancy
Global Risk Consultants
Parsons Brinckerhoff Ltd
Shell UK Oil Products Ltd
Tata Chemicals Europe
Uniper Technologies Ltd
FEEDBACK FROM PREVIOUS USER GROUPS
"A great opportunity to hear about key issues affecting the gas turbine industry and network with peers"
Rotating Plant Engineer, SSE
"Excellent forum for understanding current market and future strategies. Brilliant networking opportunities"
Head of Function Post Design Services, Assystem UK
"Excellent opportunity to share experiences, learn and build network"
Operations & Maintenance Manager, GDF SUEZ
"It provided a detailed and valued insight into the gas turbine users market in a single venue event that would be difficult and protracted to achieve by other means."
Technical Sales Director, NORD-LOCK
"An interesting and informative event for all of those interested in the world of gas turbines."
Technical Consultant, Uniper Technologies Ltd
"Excellent networking and nice to see so many familiar faces altogether."
Director, TT (Europe) Ltd
"Great opportunity to hear developments and latest technology from owners and operators, technology specialists and OEMs"
Maintenance Section Head, RWE Generation UK PLC
"It's a great place to meet people from the GT Industry."
Principal project Leader, TWI Ltd
Over 90% of attendees would recommend a colleague or peer to join the Power Generation Gas Turbine User Group
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Power Sector: Power Stations Managers, Operations Mangers, Engineering Managers, Maintenance Engineers, Technical Engineers and Power Plant Development Engineers
OEMs, Suppliers and Support Companies: Contract Managers, Product development Engineers and Field Service Engineers
O&G, Process: Plant Managers / Operations Mangers, Engineering Mangers and Facilities/Utilities engineers