Reproduced from a LinkedIn Post in the WCEAM 2017 Group by Don Sands:
The 12th World Congress on Engineering Asset Management, being held in Brisbane on the 2-4 August, is coming up quickly. For my colleagues working in the energy sector, we have developed a highly attractive program with two full presentation sessions dedicated to “Energy Assets” (see http://2017.wceam.com/programs/ sessions 6.1 and 7.1) . We will also be hosting a mini course on “Life estimation and exact time of failure of last stage steam turbine blades” (Session 9.4). This technical topic is topical for generators as we will need to preserve the life of ageing steam power stations in the transition to renewable energy. The opportunity to learn from a global expert in this area does not present itself often in Australia, so take the opportunity and also earn some valuable Engineers Australia CPD points. The program also includes many relevant technical sessions to optimise and improve life cycle asset management, presented by experts from all over the world.
Our congress dinner speaker Dr Paul Simhauser, Director-General, Department of Energy and Water Supply will provide valuable insights on the industry through his talk, “Energy industry – challenges ahead” http://2017.wceam.com/congress-dinner-speaker/ which would help contextualise our efforts as asset managers during this period of significant transition.
If you are associated with energy assets, you will not be disappointed with the program we have for you at WCEAM 2017. Make sure you don’t miss this valuable opportunity in knowledge sharing by registering for the congress at http://2017.wceam.com/registration-2/ .
If you are a Supplier associated with providing asset management products and services, please consider taking up a sponsorship and profile your services. Click http://2017.wceam.com/sponsorship/for our Sponsorship and Exhibition Packs.
I look forward to meeting you at the Congress.