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Dear colleague
The 19th pOwer-gen asia is delighted to be returning to Kuala lumpur, Malaysia from the 27th to 29th september 2011, for what will be an outstanding conference and exhibition bringing together many of the leading players, both people and organizations, from the power generation, renewable & sustainable energy and transmission & distribution industries. we are once again co-located with renewable energy world asia, which has grown year-on-year to become a leading exhibition and conference, in south east asia, for the renewable and sustainable energy industry. pOwer-gen asia enjoys the full support and endorsement of the leading industry related organizations in Malaysia, including the Ministry of energy, green Technology & water (KeTTha), Tenaga nasional berhad, suruhanjaya Tenaga (energy commission), sarawak energy, sabah electricity, The electrical & electronics association of Malaysia (TeeaM), institute of engineers Malaysia, Malaysian gas association and Malaysian society for engineering & Technology. The event also benefits from the additional support of the independent power producers Forum. pOwer-gen asia continues to push the boundaries in conference content and once again offers a leading line up of conference speakers, from around the world, discussing important topics and issues that are key to the power generation and transmission & distribution industries across the asean region. with its oil and gas reserves predicted to last for only another 3 decades, and the Malaysian economy predicted to grow by 6% per annum over the next 5 years, the government must reform its power sector and use private investment to ensure its national growth. There is a general agreement that if economic growth proceeds at predicted rates, there could be a generation deficit by 2018. The events in Japan at the beginning of this year have also thrown great light on the safety factors and viability of nuclear power and so we will be offering a special day breakout session to discuss this subject. This will include a panel discussion of leading industry experts who will put forward both sides of the argument and certainly makes for an interesting debate. pOwer-gen asia, co-located with renewable energy world asia, will provide the platform for international power executives to meet under one roof and receive vital information first hand. The event offers a unique forum to meet the regions power needs by putting them face-to-face with key decision makers and provide the best possible opportunity to share ideas, meet new contacts and build business relationships. in this pre-show guide you will find the conference programme, correct at the time of printing, and all the relevant information you need to fully prepare and plan your visit to the show. To participate, simply complete and return the enclosed registration Form, or register on-line at www.powergenasia.com. we look forward to welcoming you to the Klcc convention centre, Kuala lumpur, Malaysia from the 27th to 29th september, where you will find the best power networking opportunities available in asia. The POWER-GEN Asia team

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2 3 4 5 6-7 8 9 10 - 19 20 21 welcome welcome from Ministry of energy, green Technology & water welcome from Tenaga nasional berhad schedule of events / how to register pOwer-gen asia conference programme at a glance renewable energy world asia conference programme at a glance Keynote speakers pOwer-gen asia conference programme nuclear conference programme & advisory board Members advisory board Members 29 30 31 32 22 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Opening reception closing reception & best paper awards pOwer-gen asia Technical plant Tour Organiser contacts sponsors exhibition Floorplan exhibitor list pOwer-gen directeventconnect global community how to get There hotel accommodation hotel booking Form registration Form

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welcome From ministrY oF energY, green technologY anD water


salam 1 Malaysia and welcome to Malaysia to all our foreign participants and exhibitors. Firstly, i would like to thank pennwell corporation for bringing back pOwer-gen asia and its co-located renewable energy world asia, to Malaysia this year after it was last held in Kuala lumpur in 2008. Much has happened in the world of energy since then. we have gone through an oil price hike, a global recession and much debate on climate change, which have all impacted the energy industry. There is now much debate on the role of fossil fuels and its effect on climate change. as more countries develop and raise the standard of living of its peoples, more energy will be demanded. Thus, consumption of fossil fuels will be on an upward trend in the years to come. as part of mitigation efforts, there is now a serious focus on energy efficiency, which indeed is the first fuel and a clear low hanging fruit. we have also to increase deployment of renewable energy resources. Malaysia is looking at implementing energy efficiency vigorously and is now in the process of enacting an energy efficiency law. Malaysia is also working towards the implement of the renewable energy law and feed-in tariff mechanism by middle of 2011. This will provide the catalyst to scale up the deployment of renewable energy in Malaysia. however, renewable energy might not be enough to satisfy our base load requirements. pOwer-gen asia and renewable energy world asia are formidable events for the energy sector. Much information exchange on the energy industry happens at the forum and world class energy technology is also exhibited at the expo. The asean region offers exciting business opportunities for the energy sector, with investments in the industry expected to exceed us$ 50 billion over the next few years. i hope pOwer-gen asia will benefit from the growth of energy industry in this region. i also hope much business collaboration would be initiated by pOwer-gen asia with that, i wish pOwer-gen asia and renewable energy world asia a fruitful forum and successful exhibition. Hon. Dato Sri Peter Chin Fah Kui Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water, Malaysia

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welcome From tenaga nasional berhaD


The year 2011 marks an important time when pOwer-gen asia and renewable energy world asia will take place again in Malaysia. The event is of great significance to various organizations and business enterprises in power supply industry and energy management, including the equipment suppliers, energy service providers, fuels suppliers to the power producers, as well as research and development institutions. Tenaga nasional berhad (Tnb) is a major organization which has played a vital role in power generation and transmission and distribution systems in Malaysia. its aggregate installed capacity accounts for more than 53 per cent of the countrys total generating with the use of major fuels like natural gas and coal in its generation. hydro generation also contributes to about 9 per cent of total generating capacity for Tnb. Tnb is also heavily investing in diverse energy resources for electricity generation, as well as a heavy commitment to renewable energy sources, including hydro, solar and geothermal power, with an investment programme of us$20bn over the next decade. as a main endorser and supporter for pOwer-gen asia and renewable energy world asia 2011, which will be held from 27th - 29th september at Klcc convention centre, Kuala lumpur, we would like to take this opportunity to invite those who are interested from governmental and private sectors to be present at the event, which provides a real focus for the power industry from all regions. On this occasion, we are pleased to extend a warm welcome to all the delegates and participants to pOwer-gen asia and renewable energy world asia 2011 and look forward to meeting you in Kl, Malaysia in this coming september.

Dato Sri Che Khalib bin Mohammed Noh Chief Executive Officer Tenaga Nasional Berhad

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scheDule oF events
Exhibition Opening Hours Tuesday 27th september wednesday 28th september Thursday 29th september 10:30 19:00 10:00 18:00 10:00 16:00 On-site Registration Opening Hours Monday 26th september Tuesday 27th september wednesday 28th september Thursday 29th september 13:00 17:00 08:00 19:00 08:00 18:00 08:00 16:00

Monday 26th September 08:30 17:00 13:00 17:00* Technical plant Tour registration Open

Wednesday 28th September 08:00 18:00 09:00 10:30 10:00 18:00 10:00 18:00 10:30 11:00 11:00 12:30 12:30 14:00 14:00 15:30 15:30 16:00 16:00 17:30 registration Open conference session 4 exhibition Open press room Open delegate coffee break conference session 5 delegate lunch conference session 6 delegate coffee break conference session 7

Tuesday 27th September 08:00 19:00 09:00 10:15 10:15 10:30 10:30 11:00 10:30 19:00 10:30 18:00 11:00 12:30 12:30 14:00 14:00 15:30 15:30 16:00 16:00 17:30 17:30 19:00 registration Open Opening Keynote ceremony ribbon cutting ceremony delegate coffee break exhibition Open press room Open conference session 1 delegate lunch conference session 2 delegate coffee break conference session 3 Opening reception

Thursday 29th September 08:00 16:00 09:00 10:30 10:00 16:00 10:00 16:00 10:30 11:00 11:00 12:30 15:00 16:00 registration Open conference session 8 exhibition Open press room Open delegate coffee break conference session 9 closing reception and best paper awards

*Registration will be exclusively open for technical tour attendees from 08.00

how to register
Choose from 4 simple ways to register for the POWER-GEN Asia conference and exhibition: register on-line at www.powergenasia.com complete the registration Form at the back of this booklet and email to registration@pennwell.com complete the registration Form at the back of this booklet and Fax back to +1 918 831 9161 complete the registration Form at the back of this booklet and post to pennwell registration (pOwer-gen asia), pO box 973059, dallas, TX 7 5397-3059, usa

Are you Smart Ready? if you have a smartphone, you can also register on your mobile smartphone but scanning this Qr code to go straight to online registration.

Early Bird Event - Register by 27th August for Savings register yourself and your colleagues as conference delegates by 27th august 2011 and benefit from the early bird discount rate. pre-register for the pOwer-gen asia exhibition online at www.powergenasia.com for Fast Track entry. Conference Discount for Association Members if you are a member of one of the following associations, benefit from a 20% discount on conference delegate fees: institute of engineers Malaysia (ieM) The electrical & electronics association of Malaysia (TeeaM) Malaysian society of engineering & Technology (MseT) Malaysia gas association (Mga) independent power producers Forum (ippF)

See registration form on back page for delegate fees

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power-gen asia 2011 conFerence programme at a glance

Tuesday 27th September


09:00 - 10:30 10:30 - 11:00 TRACK 1 Trends, Finance & Planning Joint Opening Keynote Session networking coffee break TRACK 2 Environmental Challenges, Fuel options, Power Grid & Distributed Generation TRACK 3 Power Plant Technologies Thermal Plant Technology

11:00 - 12:30 Session 1 12:30 - 14:00 14:00 - 15:30 Session 2 15:30 - 16:00 16:00 - 17:30 Session 3 17:30 - 19:00

Country Spotlights

LNG Development and Usage delegate lunch

Mega Trends in the Asian Power Market

Advanced Power Grids networking coffee break

Large Steam Turbines

Mega Trends in the Asian Power Market - Panel Discussion

Aspects of Distributed Generation in Asia Opening reception

Circulating Fluidized Bed Technology

Wednesday 28th September


09:00 - 10:30 Session 4 10:30 - 11:00 11:00 - 12:30 Session 5 12:30 - 14:00 14:00 - 15:30 Session 6 15:30 - 16:00 16:00 - 17:30 Session 7 Contracts & Procurement Issues and Trends Strategies for Asset Management Major Generation Portfolio Trends Flexible Power Generation networking coffee break Fuel Mix Choices delegate lunch Carbon Capture & Storage networking coffee break Power Project Financing Panel Discussion Large Gas Turbines OEM Panel Discussion Large Gas Turbines Gas Turbine Power Augmentation Industrial Gas Turbines

Thursday 29th September


09:00 - 10:30 Session 8 10:30 - 11:00 11:00 - 12:30 Session 9 15:00 - 16:00 China & India's Influence on SE Asia's Electricity Sector Panel Discussion Power Development in India Controlling Plant Emissions I networking coffee break Reciprocating Engine Technology

Controlling Plant Emissions II

CCGT Plant Technology

closing reception & best paper awards

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Joint Opening Keynote Session networking coffee break TRACK 4 Operation, Optimization & Servicing BREAK OUT SESSIONS Nuclear Power

Turbo Machinery Upgrades delegate lunch Equipment Refurbishment networking coffee break Plant Upgrades Opening reception

Control & Automation

Nuclear Power in Malaysia Panel Discussion

networking coffee break Diagnostics & Conditions Monitoring Public Perception of Nuclear Power Panel Discussion

delegate lunch Boiler Operation Issues networking coffee break Operation Training & Optimization

Oils and Lubricants networking coffee break

Water Technology closing reception & best paper awards

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renewable energY worlD asia 2011 conFerence programme at a glance

Tuesday 27th September 2011


09:00 - 10:30 10:30 - 11:00 11:00 - 12:30 Session 1 12:30 - 14:00 14:00 - 15:30 Session 2 15:30 - 16:00 16:00 - 17:30 Session 3 17:30 - 19:00 Joint Opening Keynote Session networking coffee break Renewable Plenary Session - Regional Perspectives on Renewables delegate lunch Renewable Regulatory Regime in the Asian Region - Panel Discussion networking coffee break Renewable Finance Opening reception

Wednesday 28th September 2011


TRACK 1 09:00 - 10:30 Session 4 10:30 - 11:00 11:00 - 12:30 Session 5 12:30 - 14:00 14:00 - 15:30 Session 6 15:30 - 16:00 16:00 - 17:30 Session 7 Small Scale Renewables Geothermal Energy delegate lunch Asian Hydropower Case Studies TRACK 2

A Look at the Carbon Market Post Kyoto - Panel Discussion networking coffee break Small & Mini Hydro

networking coffee break Biomass & Waste to Energy Hydropower Policy in Asia

Thursday 29th September 2011


TRACK 1 09:00 - 10:30 Session 8 10:30 - 11:00 11:00 - 12:30 Session 9 15:00 - 16:00 Wind Power closing reception & best paper award Emerging Technologies networking coffee break Solar 2 TRACK 2 Solar 1

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keYnote speakers
Keynote Session 09:00 - Tuesday 27th September

Dato Sri Peter Chin Fah Kui Minister of Energy, Green Technology & Water Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water (KETTHA) Malaysia born in Kuching, sarawak. dato sri peter chin Fah Kui was educated as a barrister-at-law at grays inn, london in 1971. he returned to sarawak and joined the law firm, M/s wan ullok, Jugah & chin and started his law practice in Miri, sarawak in 1972. he retired as a partner of the law firm upon his appointment as the parliamentary secretary to the Federal Ministry of welfare in 1986. dato sri peter chin has been the Member of parliament of Miri in Malaysia since 1985 and is currently the party organising secretary of the sarawak united peoples party. in 2004, he was appointed to the cabinet of Malaysia as the Minister of plantation industries and commodities. prior to his full ministerial appointment, his previous posts were deputy Minister of housing & local government and deputy Minister of science, Technology, innovation. On 10 april 2009, dato sri peter chin was appointed as the Minister of energy, green Technology and water.

Dato Sri Che Khalib Bin Mohamad Noh Chief Executive Officer Tenaga Nasional Berhad Malaysia dato sri che Khalib bin Mohamad noh has been president, chief executive Officer and non-independent executive director of Tenaga nasional berhad since July 1, 2004. he is a Fellow of the association of chartered certified accountants (the united Kingdom) and a member of the Malaysian institute of accountants. he started his career with Messrs ernst & young and later joined bumiputra Merchant bankers berhad. between 1992 and 1999, he served in several companies within renong group, including projek lebuhraya utara selatan (plus), hbn Management services sdn. bhd., renong Overseas corporation sdn. bhd. and Marak unggul sdn. bhd., the consortium company responsible for the management of Keretapi Tanah Melayu berhad. in June 1999, dato sri che Khalib joined ranhill utilities berhad as the chief executive Officer. he was the Managing director and chief executive Officer of Kub Malaysia berhad prior to his appointment as president/chief executive Officer of Tenaga nasional berhad. prior to joining Tenaga nasional berhad, he served as a member of the board and executive committee of Khazanah nasional berhad from 2000 until 2004. he also served as a board member on several of the united engineers Malaysia berhad group of companies and bank industri & Teknologi Malaysia berhad.

Yoshiaki Tsukuda Senior Executive VP Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) Japan Mr. yoshiaki Tsukuda has worked in the power generation field for more than 35 years. he joined Mhis gas Turbine design department in 1974, where he performed key technical roles in the development of high efficiency gas turbines. currently, Mr. Tsukuda leads Mhi Technology and innovation head Quarters. he also holds the post of senior executive Vice president and he is a member of the board. prior to his current position, he held key executive roles that include general Manager of Mhi power system division. Mr. Tsukuda has a Master of science in aeronautical engineering from The university of Tokyo. he is a fellow member of The Japan society of Mechanical engineers (JsMe) and Vice chairman of the gas Turbine society of Japan.

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TUESDAY 27TH SEPTEMBER

09:00 10:30

Joint Opening Keynote Session


Chair: Nigel Blackaby, Director of Conferences, PennWell Corporation, UK Panel Moderator: Sri Jegarajah, Energy Market Reporter, CNBC Asia Pacific, Singapore

10:30 11:00 TRACK 1: TRENDS, FINANCE & PLANNING 11:00 - 12:30 Session 1: Country Spotlights

Networking Coffee Break


TRACK 2: ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES, FUEL OPTIONS, POWER GRID & DISTRIBUTED GENERATION

presentations will offer insights into the challenges and opportunities in the power sector of some selected countries in the region. Chair: * Muhammad Dzulkifli B. Md Daud, General Manager (Strategic Management and Organisational Development), TNB, Malaysia Spotlight on the Malaysia Power Market *representative from suruhanjaya Tenaga (energy commission) Spotlight on the Bangladesh Power Market *Muhammed aziz Khan, chairman, summit power ltd., bangladesh Spotlight on the Indonesia Power Market *nur pamudji, director of primary energy pT pln (persero), indonesia Spotlight on the Philippines Power Market Mike Thomas, partner, The lantau group (hK) limited, hong Kong s.a.r Spotlight on the Vietnam Power Market yuwa parameswaran, project consultant, globaldata, singapore

Session 1: LNG Development and Usage

southeast asia is becoming an important lng producing and consuming region. This session looks at aspects of lng use as a fuel in the power sector in the region. Chair: Dil Devaser, Director - Development, Singapore LNG Corp., Singapore The LNG Economy Environmental Panacea or Tariff Disaster? Thomas w. parkinson, partner, The lantau group (hong Kong) limited, hong Kong s.a.r. LNG for Distributed Power Generation and Microgrid Systems hiang Kwee ho, director, dnV clean Technology centre, singapore Title to be Confirmed lau nai Tuang, Vice president, utilities and infrastructure, petronas, Malaysia

12:30 14:00 14:00 - 15:30 Session 2: Mega Trends in the Asian Power Market
an essential examination of some of the overarching trends influencing the regions electricity sector and its players.

Delegate Lunch Session 2: Advanced Power Grids


a look at some issues concerning micro-grids and smart grids as well as some advice for the smart grid operator. Chair: See Kenn Lee, Regional Manager - Strategy and Markets, Alstom Power, Malaysia Micro-grid: its Development and an Application at an Industry Park Jinlong Ma, Manager, parsons brinckerhoff, hong Kong s.a.r. Interactive Objectives and Constraints between Microgrid Elements of the Smart Grid Fazel Farahmand, senior controls engineer, Operation Technology inc, usa Co-Authors: Tanuj Khandelwal, VP, Business Development; JJ Dai, VP, Advanced Tech; Farrokh Shokooh, President & CEO Operation Technology Inc., USA Risk-based Asset Management Approaches for T &D Network Operators halim Osman, Managing director, Total asset Management solutions, Malaysia Co-Author: Prodipto Shankar Ghosh, Director - RUP Consultant Plus Inc, Malaysia

Chair: Han Meng Chan, Founding Partner, Nature Elements Capital, P.R. China Tomorrows Successful Electricity Industry: Challenges and Game Changers Matthew hastings, director, edison electric institute, usa Revisiting the Gas vs Coal Debate Mark hutchinson, senior director, ihs cera, singapore Mergers and Aquisitions * deepa pasumarty, Managing director, global head of power & utilities, standard chartered bank, singapore

15:30 16:00

Networking Coffee Break

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Keynote Speakers: Hon. Dato Sri Peter Chin Fah Kui, Minister of Energy, Green Technology & Water, Malaysia Dato Sri Che Khalib bin Mohammed Noh, Chief Executive Officer, Tenaga Nasional Berhad, Malaysia Yoshiaki Tsukuda, Senior Executive Vice President and Board Member, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan

Networking Coffee Break TRACK 3: POWER PLANT TECHNOLOGIES Session 1: Thermal Plant Technology TRACK 4: OPERATION, OPTIMIZATION & SERVICING Session 1: Turbo Machinery Upgrades

an examination of some of the most advanced thermal plant technology. Chair: Sundara Kavidass, Vice President / Corporate Engineering Services, Adani Power Ltd., India Supercritical and Ultra-Supercritical Boilers-How High is Too High dean huff, principal Mechanical engineer, burns & Mcdonnell, usa IHIs Advanced Supercritical Boiler Technologies for Firing Low Grade Coal yasuto nara, assistant Manager, ihi corporation, Japan Co-Authors: Yutaka Kunisada, Deputy Division Director;Tetsuya Iwasaki, General Manager; Shinichi Takano, General Manager - IHI Corporation, Japan Commissioning Results of State-of-the-Art Supercritical Coal-Fired Boilers Kazuhiko saito, senior engineer, babcock-hitachi K.K., Japan Co-Authors: Yusuke Harada, Engineer; Yusuke Kanamura, Engineer Babcock-Hitachi K.K., Japan Comparative Study on Supercritical and Subcritical Coal Fired Power Plants in Thailand pipat Juangjandee, senior engineer, egaT, Thailand

This session on Operation, Optimization and servicing looks at improvements in operational benefits for existing gas turbines and steam turbines. presentations will address operational and efficiency benefits of upgrades to existing gas turbines and thermodynamic considerations for steam turbine upgrades and retrofits. Chair: Joe Moody, Director - International Business, Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company, Inc, USA SGT-500 Still Going Stronger, Longer and More Efficiently per Johansson, product Manager, siemens industrial Turbomachinery, sweden Co-Author: Vladimir Navrotsky, Head of Service Engineering - Siemens, Sweden Increasing Operational Benefits for GEs 7FA and 9FA Gas Turbines andrew baxter, 7F product Manager, ge energy, usa Co-Authors: Bryan Sixberry, 7F Marketing Manager; Randy Morrell, 9FA Product Manager;Jeffrey Goldmeer, 9F Marketing Manage - GE Energy, USA Thermodynamic Considerations for Large Steam Turbine Upgrades and Retrofits ronnie lindgren, director of business development, softinway inc, usa Co-Authors: Leonid Moroz, CEO, SoftinWay, USA; Kirill Grebennik, Sr Application Engineer - SoftInWay, USA

Delegate Lunch Session 2: Large Steam Turbines


large steam turbines are at the heart of all coal, nuclear, oil and combined cycle power plants. The proven technology is constantly being advanced to improve efficiency and operations, resulting in considerable benefits to owners. These presentations focus on the latest developments in this critical component of power generation. Chair: Dave Maslin, Regional Director, Power, WorleyParsons, Singapore Ultra-Supercritical Steam Turbine Generator Sets for Coal Fired Power Plants in Asia Thomas Olboeter, sales director, alstom, p.r.china Powerful Steam Turbines for Thermal Power Plants: New Projects and Modernizations alexey Mironov, deputy head of steam Turbine laboratory, power Machines, OJsc, russia Co-Authors: Alexander Lisyansky, Chief Designer of Steam Turbines; Stanislav Arkhipov, Nuclear Power Director, Power Machines - OJSC, Russia SST6000 - State of the Art Steam Turbine Technology for USC Steam Power Plants and Future Coal Based Power Generation Michael wechsung, principal expert, siemens ag, germany

Session 2: Equipment Refurbishment

This session provides a number of examples of how refurbishment of existing equipment has overcome plant problems resulting in continued reliable operation and the deferment of the investment in replacement plant. Chair: Eddie Taylor, Director Generation, Parsons Brinckerhoff Pte Ltd, Singapore The Rotor Maintenance Case for the Generator in Youngdong Thermal Power Plant No. 2 Kim Myung-kyu, staff, uy center, KOsep, south Korea Co-Authors: Park Je-young, Assistant Manager; Kim Choong-gi, General Manager; Jeong Sam-soo, Senior Manager - KOSEP, South Korea Thermal Stress Cracking in Steam Turbine Casing and Repair Methods: Case Studies from Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand Kobchai wasuthalainan, head of steam Turbine engineering section, electricity generating authority of Thailand, Thailand Co-Authors: Teerapat Chaocharoen, Engineer; Kanit Nangkala, Engineer Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand, Thailand Solutions for F Class Gas Turbine Compressor Vane Rocking and Turbine Component Refurbishment Jollin dsouza, general Manager, pratt & whitney, usa
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Networking Coffee Break

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TUESDAY 27TH SEPTEMBER (CONTINUED) TRACK 1: TRENDS, FINANCE & PLANNING 16:00 - 17:30 Session 3: Mega Trends in the Asian Power Market Panel Discussion
TRACK 2: ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES, FUEL OPTIONS, POWER GRID & DISTRIBUTED GENERATION

panel to discuss and debate the primary mega trends highlighted in the previous session and also identify other key ones. The objective is for delegates to take away what are the key issues and challenges for the asia power markets over the next 5-10 years in the eyes of practitioners. Chair: Joseph (Giuseppe) Jacobelli, Managing Partner, Asia Clean Tech Energy Investments Co Ltd, Hong Kong S.A.R. Panellists: - Matthew hastings, director, edison electric institute, usa - Mark hutchinson, senior director, ihs cera, singapore - sean purdie, senior Vp - development, Marubeni asian power ltd.,hong Kong s.a.r. - * John Matthew palumbo, senior executive Vice president business development (international), egcO, Thailand - * deepa pasumarty, Managing director, global head of power & utilities, standard chartered bank, singapore - *representative from Meiya power

Session 3: Aspects of Distributed Generation in Asia

a look at how distributed generation in asia can help reduce emmisions, promote cost and network efficiencies and diversify energy supplies. Chair: Dale Probasco, Managing Director, Navigant Consulting Inc, USA Distributed Power Generation and Regional Integrated Energy Planning Qinghuan wang, Technical consultant / professor, international copper association beijing Office, p.r.china Co-Author: Wei Jin, Project Manager - International Copper Association Beijing Office, P.R. China Energy Storage System holger hanneman, global sales Manager, abb ltd, new Zealand Steady State Operation of Micro Grid on Isolated Distribution Network Mohammad hossein ashourian Jozdani, researcher, universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia Co-Authors: Abdullah Asuhaimi b. Mohd Zin, Professor; Ahmad Safawi b. Mokhtar, Senior Lecturer; Zaniah bt Muda, Senior Lecturer - Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia Evolving Decentralized Power Plants in Asia Vincent posta, 6b&6Fa senior product Marketing Manager, ge energy, France Co-Authors: Oo Ngee New, Sales Application Engineer; Andy Hoe, Account Manager; Olivier Honor, Evaluation Analyst GE Energy, Singapore; Frederic Delaval, Evaluation Analyst GE Energy, France

17:30 19:00

Opening Reception

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TRACK 3: POWER PLANT TECHNOLOGIES Session 3: Circulating Fluidized Bed Technology

TRACK 4: OPERATION, OPTIMIZATION & SERVICING Session 3: Plant Upgrade

These papers outline the features and advantages of cFb technology. Chair: Svend Erik Jensen, Senior Vice President - Construction & EPC Management, Glow Group, Thailand Completion of Advanced Small Package CFB Boiler Development hirotada Fujii, engineer, sumitomo heavy industries, Japan Co-Authors: Yoshihiro Nakatani, Senior Engineer; Takemi Watanabe, Engineer - Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Japan Alstom Powers Fuel Flexible 200-350 MWe CFB Technology pierre gauville, cFb product Manager, alstom, France Co-Authors: Christian Enault, Engineering Director; Daniel Moreau, Sales Director - Alstom, France Design and Operation of CFB with Compact Separator weigang chen, Vice president, Foster wheeler power group asia, p.r.china Co-Author: Pengzhi Jiang, Senior Manager, Performance Engineering Foster Wheeler Power Group Asia, P.R. China

presentations looking at what successes can be achieved with plant and equipment upgrades. Chair: Meng Hin Chow, Managing Director, Thermal Services Malaysia, Alstom Services Sdn.Bhd, Malaysia The Success Case of Fuel Conversion in Yeongdong Thermal Power Plant No. 1 yu seong-keun, staff, KOsep, south Korea Co-Authors: Choi Yi-Gwon, Senior Manager; Kim Myung-hyun, Vice President; Kim Deog-sung, General Manager - KOSEP, South Korea Senoko Power Station CCP2 Performance Increase with Focus on Efficiency Marcus gera, senior Manager gT upgrades, siemens energy, germany Co-Author: Stuart McWilliams, Vice President Asset Managemen - Senoko Energy Pte Ltd. Singapore 7EA Gas Turbine Technology Upgrades aileen barton, product Manager - 7ea Markets, ge energy, usa Implementation of a Power Upgrade on an Isolated Remote Grid a Case Study david Oneill, bu Manager - service, abb australia, australia Co-Author: Kyna Leong, Project Engineer - ABB Australia, Australia

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WEDNESDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER TRACK 1: TRENDS, FINANCE & PLANNING 09:00 - 10:30 Session 4: Major Generation Portfolio Trends
TRACK 2: ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES, FUEL OPTIONS, POWER GRID & DISTRIBUTED GENERATION

a look at some of the significant factors affecting power generation development in asia and the impact of new technologies. Chair: * Manuel F. Perez Dubuc, Chairman & CEO, Meiya Power Co. Ltd, Hong Kong S.A.R. Powering Economic Growth : Sustainable Base Load Power Generation for Developing Markets arun sen, ceO, lanco international, singapore RE & Cleantech Trends in the Asian Power Sector Context Joseph (giuseppe) Jacobelli, Managing partner, asia clean Tech energy investments co ltd, hong Kong s.a.r. Options and Challenges in Reducing Carbon Emissions Across the Power Sector in Asia walter gerardi, principal consultant, sKM pty ltd, australia Strategies for New Technologies to Penetrate Existing Markets sarah Fairhurst, partner, The lantau group (hK) limited, hong Kong s.a.r.

Session 4: Flexible Power Generation

This session explores innovations from the leading suppliers of power generation equipment to help generators to meet the growing need for flexibility in so far as load response, efficiency and life cycle cost. Chair: Nomi Ahmad, Managing Director - MENA & COO, Lanco Power International Pte Ltd., Singapore Aeroderivative Gas Turbine Solutions for Firming the Grid representative from ge energy, usa Improved Combined Cycle Operational Flexibility Saves Fuel andreas pickard, head of product Marketing plants, siemens ag, germany Smart Power Today The Challenges & Opportunities for a Flexible Power Generation see Kenn lee, regional Manager strategy & Markets, alstom power, Malaysia Co-Author: Murray Champion, Strategic Projects Director Alstom Power, Australia Flexicycle Power Plants Combining Unique Operational Flexibility with Optimum Combined Cycle Efficiency niklas haga, general Manager, Marketing, wartsila Finland Oy / power plants, Finland

10:30 11:00 11:00 - 12:30 Session 5: Strategies for Asset Management

Networking Coffee Break Session 5: Fuel Mix Choices

This session will show how the implementation of effective asset management practices can enhance plant performance leading to improved financial returns and reduced impact to the environment. Chair: Eddie Taylor, Director Generation, Parsons Brinckerhoff Pte Ltd, Singapore How Economics can be accorded to Performance Aspect in Effective Asset Management parichart suttiprasit, planning engineer, electricity generating authority of Thailand, Thailand Co-Authors: Wilaiporn Tirakhan, Head of Business Result Analysis Section; Boonyanit Wongrakmit, Director of Generation Area Planning and Evaluation Department - Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand, Thailand Changes in Generation Efficiency of Coal Fired Power Plants in China Jinlong Ma, Manager, parsons brinckerhoff, hong Kong s.a.r Key Success Factors for Implementation of Leading Practices in Asset Management raja ratnam, business development leader asset Management asia-pacific, aurecon, australia Improving the Performance of Coal Fired Power Plants - The Full Plant Energy Efficiency Assessment werner Janik, global head of sales energy efficiency and service, abb, germany Co-Author: Stefan Hatt, Group Vice President Global Head of Service - Power Generation - ABB, Switzerland

gas turbine manufacturers are addressing a need for users to burn a wider variety of fuel types and qualities. Chair: Markus Lorenzini, VP Sales - Europe, Africa, AsiaPacific, Siemens AG Energy, Germany E-class Gas Turbine Fuel Flexibility aileen barton, product Manager - 7ea Markets, ge energy, usa Siemens Gas Turbine Fuel Flexibility - The Business Advantage for Asia heinrich hermsmeyer, head of gas Turbine product line engineering syngas/lowbTu, siemens power generation, germany Extended Fuel Flexibility for E and F - class Gas Turbine Combustion Systems peter stuttaford, director, combustion engineering psa an alstom company, usa

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TRACK 3: POWER PLANT TECHNOLOGIES Session 4: Industrial Gas Turbines

TRACK 4: OPERATION, OPTIMIZATION & SERVICING Session 4: Control & Automation

a session focusing on the uses and advantages of industrial gas turbines. Chair: Suryanarayan Ramanan, Marketing Director, GE Energy Asia Pacific, Singapore Operating with Variating Fuel Properties Without Additional WI-Measurement on SGT-600 Mats blomstedt, product Manager, siemens, sweden Aeroderivative Solutions for Combined Heat & Power Applications daniel loero, aero energy Marketing leader, ge energy, usa Title to be Confirmed * henrik scheren, director business development, solar Turbines, usa

The industry is currently undergoing major technological and organizational changes. These changes present opportunities for power systems designers to re-visit methods by which the system is operating today and to possibly establish new control paradigms more amendable to future needs. This session should be useful and informative to anyone interested in the subject. Chair: Keh Sai Lee, Electrical Consultant, K.S. Lee & Associates, Singapore SIL3 Certification Case Study Jonathan craig nicholson, Manager, coe alspa blueline, alstom power, usa Seamless Integration of Legacy Control Systems Into State-of-theArt Thermal Power Plants Case Study Tata Power India stefan ritzmann, communication account, abb power systems, switzerland *presentation by emerson process systems

Networking Coffee Break Session 5: Gas Turbine Power Augmentation Session 5: Diagnostics & Condition Monitoring

a look at some of the latest technologies aimed at getting the most out of gas turbine operation often in challenging conditions. Chair: *Rajnish Goswami, Vice President, Head of Gas & Power Consulting Asia & Middle East, Wood Mackenzie, Singapore ARCTIC - Inlet Air Conditioning Solution for Gas Turbines bhupinder dayal, lM6000 package program Manager, general electric company, usa Co-Authors: Edward Wacek, LM6000 Product Line Leader; Christian Mieckowski, Product Development Engineer - General Electric Company, USA Improving Efficiency and Output with Packaged Chiller Systems Joe stuparich, director, Tic, Turbine air systems, usa The Effect of GT Inlet Air Cooling on Optimum Size of Heller Cooling Tower in Yazd Combined Cycle Power Plant hadi heidary, Technical studies expert, Mapna group, iran Co-Authors: Parham Saen, Technical Studies Expert; Zahra Gomar, Technical Studies Manage - Mapna Group, Iran High Efficient Peak Power on Demand Jan beiler, performance engineer / lead of research and development for wet compression, siemens ag, germany Co-Authors: Peter Trauner, Head Marketing Gas Turbine Modernizations - Advanced 50Hz; Petra Michalke, Marketing Manager Communciation for Gas Turbine Modernizations & Upgrades - Siemens AG, Germany

a look at how some diagnostic condition monitoring technologies can increase productivity and reduce downtime. Chair: Eric Lassurguere, Sales Director Asia, UCC, Thailand Monitoring and Diagnostics for Gas Turbines Case Studies charlie nicol, diagnostic systems Manager, Turbine services limited, uK Generator Current Transformers - In-Service Testing and Analysis Case Studies Marco Machi, global Marketing Manager, abb inc., usa Co-Author: Vladimir Khalin, Instrumentation & Testing Manager - ABB Inc., USA The Use of Laser Illumination in Remote Visual Inspection Jeffrey lg Koh, senior applications engineer, Olympus singapore pte ltd, singapore Emissions Monitoring of GHG, THC, VOC, HCl, and Other HAPS by FTIR in the Field barbara Marshik, applications Manager, MKs instruments, usa

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WEDNESDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER (CONTINUED) TRACK 1: TRENDS, FINANCE & PLANNING 14:00 - 15:30 Session 6: Contracts & Procurement Issues and Trends
TRACK 2: ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES, FUEL OPTIONS, POWER GRID & DISTRIBUTED GENERATION

Session 6: Carbon Capture & Storage

a session designed to offer perspectives on some of the legal, contractual and procurement problems faced by power asset owners and developers. Chair: John Yeap, Partner, Head of Energy, Asia Pacific, Pinsent Masons, International Lawyers, Hong Kong S.A.R. Title to be confirmed Mason wallick, associate director, energy & infrastructure, westlb ag, singapore Navigating Procurement Risks and Challenges in Asian Power Projects - a Legal Practitioners View on Optimising Contracting Arrangements John yeap, partner, head of energy, asia pacific, pinsent Masons, international lawyers, hong Kong s.a.r. * representative from wartsila

a valuable look at the advancements in ccs technology and implimentation as well as the uncertainties. Chair: Charles Diestel, Vice President, Samsung C&T, Singapore Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Knowledge Gained from the Feed Stage of the UK CCS Competition grant spence, senior principal engineer, Mott Macdonald, uK CCS Demonstrations Critical Path Projects to Support Power Industry GHG Strategies Vauhini Telikapalli, director - product development, alstom power, switzerland Co-Author: Scott Darling, Product Manager - Alstom Power, USA Advancements in Commercial-scale OxyCoal Combustion for Carbon Capture Power Generation Kevin Mccauley, dir. advanced Tech development, asia, babcock & wilcox, usa Cost of Electricity Generation with CCS - the Uncertainties Around the Cost Estimation of the Transport and Storage Elements in the CSS Chain dominic cook, ccs group Manager, pb eMena power division, uK Co-Author: Heidi Sick, Team Manager, Power Generation PB AAP Power Division, Australia

15:30 16:00 16:00 - 17:30

Networking Coffee Break Session 7: Power Project Financing - Panel Discussion

This expert panel discussion focusses on financing, including project finance, raising equity capital and financing concepts. Chair: Daniel Liew, Asia Managing Partner, SJ Berwin LLP, Hong Kong S.A.R. Panellists: - han Meng chan, Founding partner, nature elements capital, p.r. china - andrew Kinloch, Md, logie group ltd., hong Kong s.a.r - *Mark Takahashi, group director & chief Financial Officer, clp holdings ltd , hong Kong s.a.r. - *Manuel F. perez dubuc, chairman & ceO, Meiya power co. ltd, hong Kong s.a.r. - * conor Mccoole, Managing director, head of project Finance for asia, standard chartered bank, singapore - * ryuichi Kaga, resident executive Officer for asia and Oceania asia and Oceania headquarters, Japan bank for international cooperation, hong Kong s.a.r - * geoffrey Tan, director, structured Finance, Overseas private investment corporation, usa - * representative from the bank of china - * representative from Malakoff

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TRACK 3: POWER PLANT TECHNOLOGIES Session 6: Large Gas Turbines

TRACK 4: OPERATION, OPTIMIZATION & SERVICING Session 6: Boiler Operation Issues

The worlds biggest gas turbine manufacturers update delegates on the latest developments in their heavy duty models. Chair: Philip Tan, Member of the Energy Commission, Malaysia SGT5-8000H / SGT6-8000H Product Line willibald Fischer, program director 8000h, siemens ag, energy sector, germany Performance and Flexibility - the Latest GT26 Sequential Combustion Gas Turbine Michael ladwig, director Marketing, alstom, switzerland Co-Author: Frank Hummel, Program Manager - Alstom, Switzerland Mitsubishi Advanced Large Frame Gas Turbine Development Takashi Kishine, Manager, Mitsubishi heavy industries,lTd., Japan Co-Authors: Akimasa Muyama, Deputy General Manager; Junichiro Masada, General Manager; Yukimasa Nakamoto, Manager; Toshishige Ai, Acting Manage - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.LTD, Japan Performance Improvements in GEs 9FB Gas Turbine laurent cornu, 9Fb product Manager, ge energy, France

a busy session of papers looking at efficient and environmental operation of power plant boilers. Chair: * Dr. Warren Wang, Director - Technical Services, Meiya Power Company Limited, Hong Kong S.A.R. On-line Boiler Cleaning with Gas Explosions - a Cost Effective and Safe Way of Improving Plant Economics with Immediate Payback alexander luedi, general Manager, explosion power hong Kong limited, hong Kong s.a.r. Co-Author: Anthony Leung Ho Hung, Sales Manager - Explosion Power Hong Kong Limited, Hong Kong S.A.R. Innovative Solutions for Controlling Slagging and Fouling in Coal Fired BFBC and CFBC Boilers Kannan Karumandapam parthiban, boiler consultant, M/s Venus energy audit system, india Long-term Experiences and Developments of Seawater FGD Technology claudia bautsch, process engineer / r&d, hamon enviroserv, germany Co-Authors: Yuda Tomo, Section Head of Chemistry & Environment - PT. YTL Jawa Timur, Indonesia; Ferdinand Grafahrend, Senior Process Engineer - Hamon Enviroserv, Germany Ash Deposits in Coal Boilers rod hatt, president, coal combustion, inc., usa Reserve Presentation A Boiler Performance Evaluation for a Biomass Co-milling Project Marc clemson, generation development Manager, genesis energy, new Zealand Co-Authors: Samuel Pearce, Generation Development Engineer; Jane Bydder, Generation Development Engineer - Genesis Energy, New Zealand

Networking Coffee Break Session 7: Large Gas Turbines - OEM Panel Discussion Session 7: Operation Training & Optimization
Operating a power plant efficiently and minimising emissions requires a skilled and experienced workforce and the latest technology. These issues are explored in this session. Chair: * Representative from TNB, Malaysia Application of EnergyWin to Jimah Power Units shigehiro Miyamae, Managing director, ihi power system Malaysia sdn bhd, Malaysia Co-Authors: Eiichi Koda, Senior Engineer - CRIEPI, Central Research Institute Electric Power Industry, Japan; Akihiko Fujita, Senior Engineer - Electric Power Engineering Systems Co., Ltd., Japan; Kiminori Sato, Engineer IHI Power System Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Malaysia Primary Energy Conservation for Future Generation ganapathy subramaniam, Manager,power solutions, asia pacific, honeywell, india On-line Testing and Dynamic Simulations for Optimization of Power Generation Performance and Operator Skills sven granfors, product Manager, solvina ab, sweden Right First Time Protecting your Investment through Effective Mobilisation of your Power Plant Team samus Fitzgerald, business development Manager, O&M solutions, esb international, ireland Co-Author: Peter Davis, O&M Manager - ESB International, Ireland

a fascinating opportunity to listen to and participate in a discussion among the worlds leading gas turbine experts as they consider the current market needs for large gTs and compare recent technological developments. Chair: Philip Tan, Member of the Energy Commission, Malaysia Panellists: - willibald Fischer, program director 8000h, siemens ag, energy sector, germany - Michael ladwig, director Marketing, alstom, switzerland - Takashi Kishine, Manager, Mitsubishi heavy industries,lTd., Japan - laurent cornu, 9Fb product Manager, ge energy, France

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THURSDAY 29TH SEPTEMBER TRACK 1: TRENDS, FINANCE & PLANNING 09:00 - 10:30 Session 8: Power Development in India
TRACK 2: ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES, FUEL OPTIONS, POWER GRID & DISTRIBUTED GENERATION

a look at the issues and development of indias power sector from some of its major player. Chair: James Ooi, Associate Director, IHS CERA, Singapore Beyond the Crossroads: Indian Power Market Design Technical & Institutional Challenges anchal bhowmick, sr. general Manager, lahmeyer international (india) pvt. ltd., india * representative from power exchange india * representative from lanco power international * representative from Tata power

Session 8: Controlling Plant Emissions I

This double session on controlling plant emissions will present state-of-the-art systems to control sO2, nOx, particulate as well as other emissions from power facilities. presentations will detail case studies and new/developing ideas for optimizing emission control while lowering auxiliary power and reagent costs. Chair: Peter Smart, Power Generation Manager, Asia, Sinclair Knight Merz, Malaysia Polishing Dry Scrubber Allows Reagent Optimization for CFB Boilers Jeromy Jones, process engineer, burns & Mcdonnell, usa Co-Author: J. Gary Weis, Project Manager - Burns & McDonnell, USA Fabric Filters for Large Coal Fired Power Plants stephen Francis, product engineering Manager, alstom power inc., usa Co-Author: Ajay Vajpeyi, Mgr. Process Engineering-Particulates - Alstom Projects India Limited, India Enhanced Modern Air Pollution Control Technologies to Comply with Stringent Emission Standards prakash dhargalkar, executive Vice president, hamon research-cottrell, usa

10:30 11:00 11:00 - 12:30 Session 9: China & Indias Influence on SE Asias Electricity Sector

Networking Coffee Break Session 9: Controlling Plant Emissions II

Few deny that what china and india do affect others in the region. Our panel will share their views on just how their influence is being felt in the energy field and the future implications. Chair: *K.K Chan, CEO, Nature Elements Capital, P.R China Panellists: - david c. buxbaum, Founder, anderson & anderson llp, p.r. china - *John stefan robertsson, group director - corporate Finance and development, clp holdings, hong Kong s.a.r - *colin Tam, Founder and chairman of ippF, hong Kong s.a.r. - *representative from lanco power international - *representative from Meiya power - *representative from powertek berhad

This double session on controlling plant emissions will present state-of-the-art systems to control sO2, nOx, particulate as well as other emissions from power facilities. presentations will detail case studies and new/developing ideas for optimizing emission control while lowering auxiliary power and reagent costs. Chair: Gary Weis, Senior Project Manager, Burns & McDonnell Engineering Company Inc., USA Title to be confirmed * alastair scott, Managing partner, erM, singapore Application of FW Ultra-Low NOx Combustion Technology on Nghi Son Arch Fired Boilers in Vietnam pengzhi Jiang, senior Manager, performance engineering, Foster wheeler power group asia, p.r.china Co-Author: Weigang Chen, VP - Foster Wheeler Power Group Asia, P.R.China Installation of CFD-Based Combustion Modifications Achieve Significant NOx Reductions in Wall and T-Fired Coal Boilers william latta, Managing director, lp amina, p.r.china

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TRACK 3: POWER PLANT TECHNOLOGIES Session 8: Reciprocating Engine Technology

TRACK 4: OPERATION, OPTIMIZATION & SERVICING Session 8: Oils and Lubricants

a session dedicated to the continuing advancements in design and operation of reciprocating engines for power generation. Chair: John C.Y. Lee, Manager, Caterpillar Inc., Singapore GEs New J624 Gas Engine With 2-Stage Turbocharging Klaus payrhuber, product Manager, ge Jenbacher, austria Co-Author: Martin Schneider, Product Manager - GE Jenbacher, Austria Fault Ride Through Effects on Alternators Connected to the Grid sridhar narayanan, electromagnetic design engineer, cummins generator Technologies, uK Co-Authors: Gary Berridge, Global Product Planning Leader; Neil Brown, Chief Engineer - Research & Technology - Cummins Generator Technologies, UK; Andreas Biebighaeuser, General Engineering Manager ASBU Cummins Generator Technologies, Germany

session on the application, challenges and scientific developments of oil and lubricants in poer generation. Chair: Dale Probasco, Managing Director, Navigant Consulting, Inc., USA A Long Term Study of Using Balanced Charge Agglomeration for Oil Purification on GE 7FA Turbines raymond gomes, ceO, isopur Fluid Technologies, inc., usa Oil Analysis and Ferrography Wear Analysis: A Valuable Technique for Condition Based Monitoring in Power Generation win nie ho, laboratory Manager, Metalux Oil analysis sdn bhd, Malaysia The Wind Turbine Industry as a Driving Force for the Development of Next Generation High-Performance Industrial Lubricants Joe Oconnor, senior product application specialist, shell lubricants, uK Title to be Confirmed representative from Mobil industrial lubricants

Networking Coffee Break Session 9: CCGT Plant Technology Session 9: Water Technology

session focused on state-of-the-art gas fired combined-cycle technologies from some of the worlds leading experts. Chair: Peter Smart, Power Generation Manager, Asia, Sinclair Knight Merz, Malaysia Siemens H-class CCPP Technology: Implementation of the First 50Hz Unit and Update on Latest 60Hz Plant Design Standard Thomas hagedorn, Vice president sales gT asia-pacific, siemens ag, germany Co-Authors: Kais Sfar, Product Line Manager; Joergen Krmeke, Technical Project Manager; Thomas Fuchs, Project Manager RPP Development - Siemens AG, Germany Rapid Start & Flexible Operation Emerging Technologies in Advanced Gas Turbine Combined Cycle Plants Jagatheesan senthilvel, project Manager, worleyparsons, usa Technology Advancements for Combined Cycle Plants to Support Lower CO2 Emissions and Better Operating Flexibility Marcus scholz, commercial director, ge energy, spain Co-Author: Guy Deleonardo, Product Manage - GE Energy, USA

The all important aspect of water treatment and quality is explored in these presentations. Chair: Rajeev Kishore, Vice President Technology South Asia, ABB, India Comparison of Mixed Bed and Precoat Filtration in Condensate Polishing System in Power Generation System seyed hossein Miri, process engineer, Mapna group, iran Zero Liquid Discharge for Cycling Power Plant to Minimize Water Consumption and Environmental Impact anke sllner, water chemistry engineer, siemens ag, germany Co-Authors: Wolfgang Glueck, Senior Engineer; Herbert Fahrnbauer, Director - Siemens, Germany; Oliver Rappich, Key Market Manager - Hager & Elssser, Germany How Neutralizing Amines Can Play a Key Role in the Treatment of Power Plant High-Purity Boiler Feedwater luis carvalho, principal engineer, ge water & process Technologies, canada Co-Author: James Robinson, Senior Technical Advisor - GE Water & Process Technologies, USA

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with nuclear power currently a worldwide hot topic, pOwer-gen asia is offering two special sessions dedicated to discuss and debate this important topic. These two break-out sessions, featuring a range of high profile, quality speakers, will deliver two panel discussions looking, firstly, at nuclear power in Malaysia, and secondly, the public relations battle the industry needs to tackle in order to improve perception to win the publics acceptance of nuclear power. you can be sure this will be hotly debated, with both sides of the argument and questions taken from the floor that could put the industry on the spot.

WEDNESDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 09:00 - 10:30 Session 4: Nuclear Power in Malaysia - Panel Discussion

Malaysia plans to build two 1000 Mw reactors by 2022. without nuclear power in the mix, Malaysia may become locked into a high-carbon portfolio of fossil fuelled generation like coal and gas. This panel discussion will examine Malaysias nuclear ambitions in detail. how will the country benefit? are the alternatives credible? will nuclear power be safe? Chair: To be confirmed Invited Panelists: - Mohd Zamzam Jaafar, ceO, Malaysia nuclear power corporation (Mnpc), Malaysia - prof. dato noramly Muslim, Malaysian atomic energy licensing board, Malaysia - daud Mohamad, current iaea deputy director general and head of department of nuclear sciences and applications, Malaysia - Tan sri datuk dr ahmad Tajuddin ali, chairman of the Malaysian energy commission, Malaysia - gurmit singh, chairman, centre for environment, Technology & development, Malaysia - The hon. datuk seri dr. Maximus Johnity Ongkili bagrsc, phd (la Trobe), dgsM, pgdK, asdK, Jp , Minister of science, Technology and innovation, Malaysia

10:30 11:00 Networking Coffee Break 11:00 - 12:30 Session 5: Public Perception of Nuclear Power - Panel Discussion

The Fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant accident was a catastrophe for Japan and no amount of public relations can alter that. however, the disaster raised some interesting questions about public perception of nuclear power, which will be discussed here. was Fukushima reported in a fair and balanced fashion? do people have sufficient knowledge to make a rational judgement about the real dangers of nuclear power? and how can the nuclear power industry better educate the public? Chair: Selena Ng, Regional Director, South-East Asia and Oceania, Areva, Singapore Invited Panelists: - dr. peter M. sandman, usa - brian debruin, aon, hong Kong s.a.r. - steve Marcopoto, cnn, hong Kong - ian hore-lacy, world nuclear association, uK

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Mr. P. K.Doshi director, business development - asia excel services usa Mr. James Gordon Managing director navigant consulting asia ltd. hong Kong s.a.r. Mr. Rosman Hamzah director of business development alstom asia pacific sdn bhd Malaysia Mr. Tom Hiew associate ashurst llp singapore Dr. Mohd Ashhar HJ Khalid Director Malaysian nuclear agency Malaysia Dr. Mohd Zamzam Jaafar ceO Malaysia nuclear power corporation (Mnpc) Malaysia Mr. Edward Kee Vice president nera economic consulting usa Mr. Milko Kovachev regional director nuclear asia & Middle east worleyparsons u.a.e Mr. Joel Laykin secretary general independent power producers Forum (ippF) hong Kong s.a.r. Mr. Daniel Liew asia Managing partner sJ berwin llp hong Kong s.a.r. Dr. Muhd Noor Muhd Yunus deputy director general (Technical) Malaysian nuclear agency Malaysia Dr. Selena Ng regional director, south-east asia and Oceania areva singapore Mr. John Yeap partner, head of energy, asia pacific pinsent Masons, international lawyers hong Kong s.a.r.

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Mr. Ahmad Zaidi Ahmad senior Manager (business planning & performance) Tenaga nasional berhad Malaysia Mr. Nomi Ahmad Managing directo, Mena & cOO lanco power international pte ltd. singapore Mr. Azahari Aliman Manager (corporate communication) sarawak energy berhad Malaysia Mr. Joseph Anderson chairman next generation infrastructure group singapore Mr. Han Meng Chan Founding partner nature elements capital p.r. china Dr. K.K. Chan ceO nature elements capital p.r. china Mr. Dil Devaser director - development singapore lng corp. singapore Mr. Charles G. Diestel Vice president samsung c&T usa Mr. Victor Dizon director power & utilities standard chartered bank singapore Mr. James Gordon Managing director navigant consulting asia ltd. hong Kong s.a.r. Mr. Rajnish Goswami Vice president, head of gas & power consulting asia & Middle east wood Mackenzie singapore Mr. Paismanathan Govindasamy Vice president abb Malaysia sdn bhd Malaysia Mr. Mark Hutchinson senior director ihs cera singapore Mr. Giuseppe (Joseph) Jacobelli Managing parner asia clean Tech energy investments co ltd hong Kong s.a.r. Mr. Svend Erik Jensen senior Vice president - construction & epc Management glow group Thailand Mr. Sundara Kavidass Vice president / corporate engineering services adani power ltd. india Mr. Normen Kegler council chairman ippF hong Kong s.a.r. Mr. Andrew Kinloch Md logie group ltd. hong Kong s.a.r. Mr. Zuraimy Kushaili group general Manager - corporate affairs sarawak energy berhad Malaysia Mr. Eric Lassurguere sales director asia pacific united conveyor corporation Thailand Mr. Joel Laykin secretary general independent power producers Forum hong Kong Mr. John C. Lee Manager caterpillar asia pte. ltd. singapore Mr. Keh Sai Lee electrical consulting engineer K.s. lee & associates singapore Mr. Wi-Young Lee Vice president doosan heavy industries & construction south Korea Mr. Daniel Liew asia Managing partner sJ berwin llp hong Kong s.a.r. Mr. K.T. Lim committee Member electrical engineering Technial division The institution of engineers, Malaysia (ieM) Malaysia Mr. Markus Lorenzini Vp sales siemens ag germany Mr. Dave Maslin power regional director, asia and Middle east worleyparsons singapore Mr. James Ooi associate director ihs cera singapore Mr. Manuel F. Perez Dubuc chairman & ceO Meiya power co. ltd hong Kong s.a.r. Mr. Sean Purdie senior Vp - development Marubeni asian power ltd. hong Kong s.a.r. Mr. Sushil Purohit regional director s.e asia & australia wrtsil singapore pte ltd singapore Mr. Saji Raghavan country president alstom asia pacific sdn bhd Malaysia Mr. Sridhar Samudrala director asia world alliance for decentralized energy usa Mr. Peter Smart power generation Manager, asia sinclair Knight Merz Malaysia Mr. Suryanarayan Ramanan Marketing director ge energy asia pacific singapore Mr. Mark Takahashi group director & chief Financial Officer clp holdings ltd hong Kong s.a.r. Mrs. Sharon Tan deputy director, international relations energy Market authority singapore Mr. Eddie Taylor director engineering parsons brinckerhoff pte ltd singapore Mr. Mason Wallick director, energy & infrastructure westlb ag singapore Mr. Gary Weis senior project Manager burns & Mcdonnell engineering company inc usa Mr. Nick Wright Vice president, external relations & strategic communication sarawak energy berhad Malaysia Mr. John Yeap partner, head of energy, asia pacific pinsent Masons, international lawyers hong Kong s.a.r.

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Mr. Narottam Aul Vice president Ventyx australia Dr. Palghat Balasankari renewable cogen asia india Mr. Seung Joo Choe senior Vice president doosan heavy industries & construction co., ltd Korea Mr. Vince Choi senior project Manager e.On climate & renewables singapore Mr. Somsak Chutanan Managing director infratech engineering & services company limited Thailand Mr. Alan Dale Gonzales executive director Full advantage Thailand Mr. Francis Griffin hydro Team leader Mott Macdonald, ltd. united Kingdom Mr. Rosman Hamzah director of business development alstom Malaysia Prof. Dr. Giang Pham Hong chairman Vietnam national committee on large dams & water resources development (VncOld) Vietnam Mr. Arul Joe Mathias Managing director renewable cogen asia india Mr. Robert McGregor partner actis singapore Mr. Torsten Pedersen director, sales nsea Vestas australia Mr. Peter Rae project director - Theun - hinboun expansion project Theun hinboun power company limited lao pdr Mr. Taraz Saba wind group Manager parsons brinckerhoff (pb power) australia Mr. Josef Ullmer president director andritz hydro indonesia

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Tuesday 27th September 2011 17.30 19.00 Exhibition Floor The pOwer-gen asia Opening reception is an ideal opportunity for you to continue business discussions or just relax at the end of a busy day. you are cordially invited to attend and enjoy a selection of canaps and drinks and welcome to bring your colleagues, clients and prospective business partners. The Opening reception is open to all and is free of charge we sincerely hope you can join us at this reception and look forward to meeting you.

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Thursday 29th September 15.00 16.00 Delegate Restaurant please join us in the delegate restaurant after the close of the conference sessions on Thursday 29th september, for the closing reception and announcement and presentation of the prestigious pOwer-gen asia 2011 best paper awards to be held during the closing reception. Judges from pOwer-gen asias expert conference programme advisory board will choose a best paper award winner from each of the pOwer-gen asia conference tracks, based on outstanding concept, content and presentation during the conference. This awards presentations will be followed by a selection of drinks and refreshments. Take this opportunity to show your support and appreciation for industry innovation by attending the awards presentations.

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power-gen asia technical plant tour


Technical Tour One Tuanku Jaafar Power Station, Port Dickson
Sponsored by:

Monday 26th September 2011


Tenaga Nasional Berhad Meeting Point: POWER-GEN Asia Registration Area, KLCC Convention Centre Meeting Time: 08.00 Duration: All day Cost: 95 (Photographs are not permitted on this tour) The Tuanku Jaafar power station contributed almost 25% of Tnbs total generating capacity in 2009, but accounts for only 12% of the companys installed capacity. This makes the Tuanku Jaafar power station the most efficient and profitable business unit in Tnb. The 2 phase us$1.2 billion project was completed in december 2008, comprising of two blocks of 750 Mw combined cycle power plant, which are both high in efficiency and environmentally friendly. The gas fired power plants utilise state-of-the-art technologies, turbines from Mhi, ge and Toshiba and employ industry best practices in power generation. PD1 The pd1 gas turbine plant is made up of two 250Mw units of highly efficient Mhi 701F3 gas Turbines equipped with environmentally friendly dry low nOx burners, which help to reduce gas emission levels. its combined cycle plant is made up of two units of triple pressure heat recovery steam generators and one 250 Mw unit of double Flow Tandem compound steam Turbine. its 55.9% thermal efficiency means the plant burns nearly half as much fuel for the same output of electricity, whilst producing half the emissions. PD2 The pd2 plant comprises two gas turbines, two heat recovery steam generators and one steam turbine in a 2+2+1 configuration, designed with an isO gross output rating of 750 Mw. This project is highly efficient within Tnb with a guaranteed efficiency above 55.8% and emissions well within the dOe requirement with nOx emissions below 25ppm. The control system and plant parameters are finely tuned such that plant can be started and reach full load with minimum operator intervention. The auto plant system mode enables one button start to full base load automatically, the plant Optimization system continuously monitors the plant performance in real-time and the condition Monitoring system monitors the health status of all power train and critical auxiliaries. The Tuanku Jaafar power station provides much of the needed energy capacity to strengthen the southern region and Klang Valley power supply systems. in port dickson the power station serves as the industry backbone, ensuring high quality electricity supply to the refineries, hotels and the tourism industries. The Tuanku Jaafar power station is an award winning showcase power plant for Tnb towards achieving excellence and we are delighted the company has allowed delegates of pOwer-gen asia the opportunity to visit this state-of-the-art facility. To book your tour place visit www.powergenasia.com or complete and return the Registration Form at the back of this programme.
*Please Note: No onsite registration will be available All attendees must have registered and paid for the tour before Wednesday 14th September All attendees will have to provide the required additional information requested (a form will be sent to you upon following registration) by Thursday 15th September or will not be granted acces to the plant

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EXHIBITION AND SPONSORSHIP SALES: UK, italy, France, turkey Greece and Benelux: Gilbert Weir Jnr. Tel: +44 1992 656 617 e-mail: exhibitpga@pennwell.com North america: Bridgett Morgan Tel: +1 918-549-0473 e-mail: exhibitpga@pennwell.com asia, Middle east, Southern Germany, austria and Switzerland: Kelvin Marlow Tel: +44 1992 656 610 e-mail: exhibitpga@pennwell.com Russia and ciS: Svetlana Strukova Tel: +7 499 271 93 39 e-mail: exhibitpga@pennwell.com Northern Germany, Scandinavia and eastern europe: Leon Stone Tel: +44 1992 656 671 e-mail: exhibitpga@pennwell.com latin america, Spain and Portugal: Juan Gimenez Tel: +54 11 4787 3817 e-mail: exhibitpga@pennwell.com

CONFERENCE CONTACTS: event director: Glenn Ensor Tel: +44 (0) 1992 656 616 e-mail: glenne@pennwell.com conference director: Nigel Blackaby Tel: +44 (0) 1992 656 607 e-mail: nigelb@pennwell.com conference Manager: Mathilde Sueur Tel: +44 (0) 1992 656 634 e-mail: Mathildes@pennwell.com Manager of international event Marketing: Neil Walker Tel: +44 (0) 1992 656 643 e-mail: neilw@pennwell.com

EXHIBITION CONTACTS: exhibit Services Manager: Joanna Gillespie Tel: +44 (0) 1992 656 672 e-mail: joannag@pennwell.com event operations Manager: Richard Logan Tel: +44 (0) 1992 656 656 e-mail: rlogan@pennwell.com

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power-gen asia 2011 sponsors


pennwell corporation would like to thank the following sponsors, endorsers and supporters of the pOwer-gen asia 2011 conference and exhibitions:

Owned and produced by:

Opening Reception Sponsor:

Conference Proceedings Sponsor:

Cyber Caf Sponsor:

Flagship Media Sponsors:

Official Business Newspaper:

Official Broadcast Partner:

Supporting Organizations:

Media Supporters

PennWell is Supporting

There are still sponsorship opportunities available at pOwer-gen asia 2011 for companies who wish to enhance their presence among visitors and delegates. For more information on sponsorship opportunities available at pOwer-gen asia 2011 please contact: Kelvin Marlow Exhibition Sales Manager T: +44 (0) 1992 656 610 F: +44 (0) 1992 656 700 e: exhibitpga@pennwell.com

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power-gen asia 2011 Floor plan

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power-gen asia 2011 exhibitor list


EXHIBITOR ABB PTE. LTD. AFPRO FILTERS B.V. AGGREKO INTERNATIONAL POWER PROJECTS AKSA POWER GENERATION (Changzhou) CO. LTD. ALTRONIC, LLC ANDRITZ HYDRO GMBH. ANSALDO ENERGIA APAC ENERGY RENTAL PTE LTD AUMA RIESTER GMBH & CO. KG AUMUND HOLDING B.V. BABCOCK & WILCOX COMPANY, THE BABCOCK POWER INC BFI AUTOMATION BHI CO. , LTD. BLACK & VEATCH CORPORATION BORSIG GMBH BRADEN MANUFACTURING BRUSH CHROMALLOY CIMTAS (NINGBO) STEEL PROCESSING CO., LTD. CLEAVER-BROOKS ENGINEERED BOILER SYSTEMS COMAP SPOL S.R.O. CONCO SYSTEMS PTY LTD CRE TECHNOLOGY CRESTCHIC LIMITED DAEYOUNG C&E Co.Ltd. DEKOMTE DE TEMPLE GMBH DOOSAN HEAVY INDUSTRIES DPCLEANTECH DRESSER-RAND DURAG GMBH EDWARDS LTD ENERPROJECT SA ENGENTECH (M) SDN BHD ENVIRONMENT ONE ETS POWER GROUP EXPANSION SEAL TECHNOLOGIES ASIA PTE LTD FOSTER WHEELER GLOBAL POWER GROUP FRANCO TOSI MECCANICA SPA FREUDENBERG FILTRATION TECHNOLOGIES KG FUTURE NRG SDN BHD GE ENERGY GEA ENERGY TECHNOLOGY GMBH HALDOR TOPSOE AS HAMON HEATEC CO LTD. HILLIARD CORPORATION THE HITACHI ASIA LTD HITACHI LTD POWER AND INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS HKR CO., LTD HOWDEN GROUP LTD BOOTH 1A2 2C18 4B22 5C43 4B3 R78 2B22 1B24 1B17 4A5 4B37 5B40 2A9 4B41 2A17 1A26 2A27 4B42 4C3 4A33 1B14 4A39 3C8 5A49 2A33 5A23 1A19 4B13 R13 5A21 1B12 2A31 4A3 4A25 1B25 1A14 1A7 1A10 1A18 5A37 R63 5B36 2B2 4A29 1103 1B16 1B2 2C22 2B24 4A21 2B6 EXHIBITOR HYDRO AUSTRALIA IHI Corporation IMI SEVERE SERVICE

KEY:

POWER-GEN ASIA RENEWABLE ENERGY WORLD ASIA

BOOTH R2 2B16 4A11 5A43 2B5 R45 R79 2C20 1B10 4B27 5B28 R7 4B35 2B10 1A15 5C39 1A1 5A45 4C7 4A1 4A37 1C9 2A21 5A31 1C29 1A11 2A35 4A27 4A9 1104 4B31 2A37 1A5 1B29 R80 R1 R31 4B33 2A41 R23 1B26 5A41 R39 2B4 4A15 5A33 R68 4B7 1B9 1B18 R51 2B12

ISOPUR FLUID TECHNOLOGIES KAWASAKI GAS TURBINE ASIA KOMIPO LDK SOLAR CO. LTD. LIANG CHI INDUSTRY (THAILAND) CO., LTD. LUFKIN INDUSTRIES INC MAPNA GROUP MASER (M) SDN. BHD. MEGAFLEXON CO, LTD MEGGITT MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD MPP TECH GMBH MTU ASIA PTE LTD MUNTERS EUROFORM GMBH MUYANG BIOMASS EQUIPMENT COMPANY MWM NAES CORPORATION NATIONAL ELECTRIC COIL NATIONWIDE BOILER INC NOOTER/ERIKSEN PENNSYLVANIA CRUSHER CORP PENNWELL PHILADELPHIA GEAR CORP PIC ASIA - PACIFIC SDN. BHD. PLYMOUTH TUBE COMPANY POWER INSTRUMENTS PTE LTD POWER MACHINES PRATT & WHITNEY POWER SYSTEMS RENTECH BOILER SYSTEMS INC. REXA SAARSCHMIEDE GMBH SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC SEACULT ASEAPAC SHIN NIPPON MACHINERY CO LTD SIMEBEST CORPORATION SDN BHD SIPOS AKTORIK GMBH SUMITOMO HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD TECHNOPROMEXPORT JSC TLT-BABCOCK INC TRINA SOLAR TRIVENI ENGINEERING & INDUSTRIES LTD TRUWATER COOLING TOWERS SDN BHD TURBINE TECHNICS VAP HYDRO WARTSILA FINLAND OY WORLD LOGISTICS SERVICES CORP WYMAN GORDON PIPE + FITTINGS ZIGOR HK LTD. ZOK INTERNATIONAL GROUP LTD

GERMAN-THAI BOILER ENGINEERING COOPERATION LTD. R54

For Full List of Exhibitors, Products and Services visit www.powergenasia.com

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how to get there


POWER-GEN Asia Halls 1-5, KLCC Convention Centre KLCC Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Tel : +60 3 2333 2888 Fax : +60 3 2333 2800 email : info@klccconventioncentre.com

BY ROAD: if you are in a taxi, approach the centre along Jalan pinang and turn left into the main entrance (second turn after the Mandarin Oriental hotel) for dropping off. BY TRAIN: Take the light rail Transit (lrT), putra line to Klcc station. Turn left after exiting the turnstiles and walk through the suria Klcc shopping centre concourse level to the centre court. Turn left and make your way past cold storage to the guardian pharmacy where there is a walkway (open from June 12, 2005) through to the convention centre. Take the elevator to the ground Floor where you will be directed to the registration area. ON FOOT: From the suria Klcc shopping centre ground Floor centre court take the park exit into the Klcc park and turn right. Follow the esplanade along towards the Mandarin Oriental hotel and then follow the path around the edge of the park towards the centre of the building and enter via the park entrance.

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hotel accommoDation

KUALA LUMPUR
The Malay peninsula is not only home to beautiful beaches, untouched rainforests, and inspiring mountains, it is also the site of one of asias most energetic and exiting cities: Kuala lumpur. Kl takes understandable pride in its cultural diversity evidenced by Malay artworks, islamic architecture, indian temples, chinatown markets, and, most importantly, an astonishing array of ethnic foods. in fact, for locals and visitors alike, Kl is a food-lovers paradise, whether youre navigating the famed food hawker stalls of Jalan alor or lounging with the hip young things on Jalan sultan ismail. The petronas Towers monopolies the skyline, the tranquil lake gardens offer a beautiful retreat from city life, and just out of town lie the batu caves and Kuala gandah elephant sanctuary.

The Official Partner for Accommodation & Travel


events in Focus is a market leader in accommodation, travel and on-site management for worldwide events. Offering competitive rates at a wide range of hotels including transfers, meet and greet, organising private functions and dinners during this event.

For more information please contact: Director International Events/Conferences Randy Wright T: +44 (0) 207 902 7761 F: +44 (0) 207 633 9427 e: rwright@eventsinfocus.net

Executive International Events/Conferences Elizabeth Kelly T: +44 (0) 207 902 7764 F: +44 (0) 207 633 9427 e: ek@eventsinfocus.net

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27-29 september 2011


klcc, kuala lumpur, malaYsia www.powergenasia.com

Email: Elizabeth Kelly sales@eventsinfocus.net or Randy Wright rwright@eventsinfocus.net Discount rates are only available from Events in Focus, the Official Housing Agent DELEGATE INFORMATION Please fill in BLOCK LETTERS (Please fill in one registration form per delegate) First Name Dr. Mr. Mrs. Ms. Company Name: Address: City: Post Code: Country: Last Name:

RETURN COMPLETED BOOKING FORM TO

Phone (Country Code _____) ______________________Fax (Country Code _____) Email:

ACCOMMODATION
Rates are shown per room, per night basis Mandarin Oriental: MYR 580++ single room only Single Trader Hotel Kuala Lumpa: MYR 460++ single inc breakfast Single Shangri-la Kula Lumpa: MYR 490++ single inc breakfast Single Crowne Plaza Kula Lumpa: MYR 330++ single inc breakfast Single The Westin Plaza Kula Lumpa: MYR 460++ single inc breakfast Single Arrival Date: Departure Date: I will be sharing a room with Smoking Non-smoking GUEST INFORMATION SELECT ONE: Exhibitor Attendee Other Double Twin Double Twin Double Twin Double Twin Double Twin No of Nights:

Room availability will be guaranteed for reservations received by 24th August 2011, after that date Events in Focus will handle requests subject to availability All rooms will be guaranteed through a valid credit card number received Credit Card (American Express, Visa, MasterCard) Card Number Expiry Date ____ /____ 3 or 4 (for Amex) digit numbers in a signature space / security code on the reverse side __________ Cardholders Name: Cardholders Signature: CANCELLATION POLICY Up to 14 days prior to arrival: Free of charge. Within 14 days prior to arrival: 100% will be charged. Individuals are responsible for no show and cancellation fees. In addition, a 10 processing fee will be assessed by Events in Focus for all reservations cancelled

BOOKING CONDITIONS

32 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 9EU Telephone: 020 7902 7760 and Fax No.: 020 7633 9427

Co-located with

REGISTRATION FORM
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY First Name Family Name Position Organization/Company Complete Mailing Address

PLEASE USE THIS PROMOTIONAL CODE WHEN REGISTERING

Conference and Exhibition 27 - 29 September 2011 KLCC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Choose from 4 easy ways to register for POWER-GEN Asia: Fax: Post: Postal Code: Country: ) Fax (+ ) Web: Email: +1 918 831 9161 PennWell Registration PO Box 973059 Dallas, TX 75397-3059 USA www.powergenasia.com Registration@pennwell.com

Telephone E-mail

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Confirmations will be emailed if a unique e-mail is provided.

For queries only call: +1 918 831 9160

EXHIBITION FLOOR ONLY:

Free (Lunches, conference proceedings and conference sessions NOT included)

CONFERENCE FEES:
Individual Full Conference Includes entrance to the exhibition and all POWER-GEN Asia and Renewable Energy World Asia conference sessions, two lunches and conference proceedings: 810 Individual Paid Before 27 August 2011 925 Individual Paid on or after 27 August 2011 Government Agency Student Fee (I.D. required)

645 Individual 200 Individual

One-day Conference Includes entrance to the exhibition and POWER-GEN Asia and Renewable Energy World Asia conference sessions and lunch for one day. Does NOT include the conference proceedings: 490 Tuesday 27 September 2011 490 Wednesday 28 September 2011 490 Thursday 29 September 2011 Exhibitor Full Conference Includes entrance to the exhibition and all POWER-GEN Asia and Renewable Energy World Asia conference sessions, two lunches and conference proceedings (must be an exhibiting company): 410 Paid Before 27 August 2011 465 Paid on or after 27 August 2011 Supporting Associations Full Conference Please indicate the Association you are registering under q IPPF q TEEAM q IEM q MGA q MSET

Corporate Delegate Plan 5 Employees Paid Before 27 August 2011 Paid on or after 27 August 2011 10 Employees Paid Before 27 August 2011 Paid on or after 27 August 2011 15 Employees Paid Before 27 August 2011 Paid on or after 27 August 2011 20 Employees Paid Before 27 August 2011 Paid on or after 27 August 2011 Additional Lunch Tickets Conference Proceedings POWER-GEN Asia / Renewable Energy World Asia Combined Conference Proceedings Technical Tour (Including lunch and transport) Monday 26 September Tuanku Jaafar, Port Dickson Passport Number (for tour security purposes only):

3,690 4,040 6,755 7,625 9,815 10,750 11,270 13,450 55 Tues 27 Sept 55 Wed 28 Sept

295

740

95.00

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS:


1. TYPE OF COMPANY OR ORGANIZATION (Please tick ONE only) q 05 Electric Utility or Power Generation Company q 09 IPP/Industrial/Combined Heat & Power q 43 Government Energy Department q 89 Consulting Engineer or Constructor Firm q 18 Original Equipment Manufacturer Specifier q 01 Equipment Supplier q 98 Other (please describe) 2. SECTORS OF INTEREST (Please tick ONE only) q 01 Thermal Plants q 02 Hydro Plants q 03 Renewable Energy q 04 Nuclear q 05 Waste to Energy q 06 Information Technology q 12 Transmission & Distribution q 08 Other (please describe POWER-GEN Asia is a PennWell Corporation event. Please tick the relevant box if you do not wish to receive information about: q Future POWER-GEN Asia Events q Other PennWell Corporation Products q Carefully selected third parties 3. PRIMARY JOB FUNCTION (Please tick ONE only) q 02 President, VP, CEO q 02 Managing Director/General Manager q 03 Manager/Supervisor q 04 Engineer (Design, Planning & Specify, Consulting) q 06 Operations & Maintenance q 08 Purchasing q 98 Other (please describe) 4. PURCHASING AUTHORITY (Please wtick ONE only) q 01 Final Authority q 05 Recommend q 09 Influence q 10 None 5. HOW DID YOU FIND OUT ABOUT THE EVENT ? (Please check those that apply) q Website (if so which one)

TOTAL PAYMENT DUE:


Payment must be received by the published date to receive any early registration discounts. Cancellations must be received in writing before 27th August 2011 in order to receive a refund, minus a 100 administrative charge. After 27th August 2011 refunds on any POWER-GEN Asia 2011 activities/conference sessions are not available under any circumstances. Substitutions of personnel may be made at any time by contacting the registration office in writing. Method of Payment: Credit card, wire transfer or make cheques payable to POWER-GEN Asia 2011 (in only). Payment must be received prior admittance to the conference. All billing will be made in . Total Payment Due:

Cheque enclosed ()

Wire Transfer (Wiring infomation provided on invoice)

Credit Card: Amex MasterCard

Visa Exp date:

Card number: Name of Card: Signature:

month year

q Advertising (if so which publication) q Call for Paper q Pre show Guide q E-mail q Word of mouth q Other (please state)

I understand that my signature authorizes PennWell to charge the above amount to my credit card

FAX BACk TO: +1 918 831 9161 OR EMAIL TO: REGISTRATION@PENNWELL.COM