As a strong commitment to clean energy is being generated in countries’ commitment to reducing CO2 emissions to contribute to the sustainable development of the planet, the EPC companies are experiencing business impacts, end-market diversification, change in contracting models, and digital transformation.
In this small-scale business meeting, participants will learn the latest contracting & project management practices in the current volatile market, will discover how to minimise production risk, and find out effective tools to boost your profitability by making the right investment choices.
- Partnership models for transmission grid extension projects
- Price escalation formulas in EPC contracts
- Connected construction – the new value for EPC projects
- The Role of Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) in support of EPC
- Minimizing EPC Disputes: collaboration between Owner and Contractor
- Dispute Resolution strategies in EPC contracts
Our expert panel at the 6th EPC & Contract Management in Energy Industry:
EDF GROUP is a French multinational utility company that produces safe, affordable, and carbon-free electricity in power plants which it develops, builds, and operates. The company’s transmission and distribution networks carry electricity to the end customer. The EDF Group delivers energy and provides energy services to roughly 40 million client sites worldwide.
TRANSNET BW is an electricity transmission grid operator in Germany. Transnet BW monitors and continually operate the energy flows through the grid and performs the necessary maintenance and network development. Transnet BW owns about 3,200 kilometres of extra high voltage power lines that transmit voltages of 220 and 380kV across an area of 34,600 km².
WORLEY is a leading global engineering company which provides technical, operational support and project delivery services in the energy, chemicals, and resources sectors. The company covers the complete project lifecycle from creating new assets to finding innovative ways of sustaining and enhancing operating assets.
SAIPEM is a leader in engineering and drilling activities and the completion of projects in the energy and infrastructure sectors. The company provides engineering solutions with cutting-edge technologies for designing, constructing, and operating complex, safe, and sustainable infrastructures, and plants. The company operates in over 60 countries throughout the world.
SHELL is an international energy company that specializes in the exploration, production, refining, distribution and trading of oil and natural gas, as well as the production and marketing of chemicals. Shell has operations in over 99 countries. The company produces around 3.7 million barrels of oil per day and has about 44,000 service stations throughout the world.
SATORP is one of the world’s largest and most efficient refining and petrochemical platforms operating since 2014. The site produces high-value-added products from heavy, high-sulphur crude oil. The SATORP platform’s processing capacity is about 400,000 barrels of crude oil a day bringing annual output to about 22 million metric tons of refined petroleum products.
ENGIE is a global energy player specializing in renewable energy and storage, energy solutions, networks, and thermal production & energy supply. ENGIE is actively engaged in the transition to net-zero carbon through the operation of low-carbon energy infrastructures.
SIEMENS GAMESA RENEWABLE ENERGY, S.A is a pioneer in renewables since the 1980s, a Spanish-German wind engineering company that manufactures wind turbines and provides onshore and offshore wind services. The company is well-known for its SG 14.0-222 wind turbine model, the largest wind turbine in the world.