The Nuclear D&D Supply Conference is coming to Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S., November 17-18, for a 2-day business critical meeting which will bring together 150+ key D&D decision makers and thought leaders to discuss ways of reducing D&D costs and drive efficiencies to ensure efficient execution of current and future D&D projects.
Tom Nauman, president of Shaw Global Services LLC, has confirmed that he is to make a key note presentation at the forthcoming Nuclear D&D Supply Chain Conference.
Nauman is currently responsible for leading Shaw’s efforts responding to the natural disaster that critically damaged the Fukushima Daiichi Station in Japan. With more than 30 years of experience in project management, nuclear operations, engineering, maintenance, spent fuel storage and decommissioning, he brings a proven record of achievement in the field of environmental restoration, remediation and radioactive waste management.
After recent announcements from the U.S Nuclear Regulatory Commission, DOE managers from Hanford, Oak Ridge, Savannah River, Portsmouth Paducah and West Valley have confirmed that they will be speaking along with leading contractors including Westinghouse, Amec, Fluor-B&W, CH2M Hill and Babcock International. It is clear that there are huge commercial opportunities with the Nuclear D&D industry for the supply chain.
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