Outage Management


Jul 30 2024 - Aug 01 2024


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24th Edition Outage Management for Power Plants

Produce, Perfect, and Continuously Improve Processes for Planning, Scheduling, Maintenance, and Performance

30 July – 1 August 2024: New Orleans, LA

Attend this two and a half day interactive conference that will provide plant and outage professionals with interactive panel discussions and lessons learned from recent outages and projects. Expect key takeaways to improve current outage planning, scheduling, execution, and continuous improvement.

Join plant and outage managers to discuss best practices in outage planning, scheduling and execution including:

  • Donald Salmi, RBS Turbine Services Project Manager,¬†Entergy
  • Jeb Clay, Operational Excellence and Human Performance Consultant,¬†Vistra Corp
  • Richard Veness, Plant Manager,¬†Gibson City Energy Center
  • Jeff Miller, Outage Coordinator,¬†Prairie State Generating Company
  • Lance E. Davis, Industrial Safety Superintendent, Cooper Nuclear Station (Brownville),¬†Nebraska Public Power District

Here are some of the best practices we’ll discuss: 

  • Optimizing Capital, O&M Spend, Material Management and Procurement in a Post Pandemic World
  • Generating Strategies for Human Capital, Personnel, Contractor, and Resource Management
  • Incorporating Tools, Technology and Tactics for Planning, Scheduling and Executing Outages and Projects
  • Analyzing the Energy Transition‚Äôs Impact to Outage, Asset and Maintenance Management

Event Format: 

The¬†event¬†is class-room style, peer-to-peer meeting capped at 40 ‚Äď 60 senior¬†management¬†executives who will share the best strategies and practices in OMPP. All keynote presentations and panel discussions will be followed by Q&A sessions, allowing delegates to gain the most out of this exclusive conference. There will also be 4+ hours of networking sessions such as coffee breaks, luncheons and cocktail reception to maximize the networking opportunities. PDH credit certificates can be provided upon request.


For registration fee and discounts available, send us an email at ayisp@marcusevanscy.com or visit the event website here.

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New Orleans, LA


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