The Canadian Institutes Nuclear Symposium

Venue: Sheraton Cavalier Hotel Saskatchewan

Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Event Date/Time: Mar 23, 2010 End Date/Time: Mar 24, 2010
Early Registration Date: Mar 23, 2010
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Nuclear power is on a worldwide revival, as the energy sector is faced with the rising costs of fossil fuels and the threat of emissions regulations. In Canada, there is increased demand for utilities to provide clean energy as well as meet the growing demands of oil and gas development.

While there are significant business opportunities, there are major challenges to overcome. Daunting costs, a lengthy approvals process, the issue of nuclear waste disposal, and negative public perception are just some of these hurdles.

Learn how you can capitalize on the resurgence of nuclear energy at The Canadian Institute’s Nuclear Symposium. Nuclear industry stakeholders will convene at this executive-level forum to address the challenges the industry is facing. Hear from an outstanding faculty of industry experts and leaders on the projects, policies and practices that will define Canada’s nuclear future. Get critical information on issues including:

Impact of the global nuclear revival on Canada
Saskatchewan’s role in expanding Canada’s nuclear industry
How nuclear process heat will alter the 21st century economy
New nuclear technologies that are candidates for oil sands applications
Meeting the construction, engineering and economic challenges of new nuclear builds
Integrating new nuclear plants into the transmission grid
Strategies for long-term nuclear waste management
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to network with and learn from the industry regulatory agencies and associations, nuclear utilities, engineering companies and contractors, equipment manufacturers, lenders and investors and legal advisors. You’ll not only gain a thorough understanding of the direction of the industry, which will change the energy landscape for years to come, but be better able to position yourself to capitalize on the vast opportunities that
lie ahead.