NOF Nuclear Networking Lunch

14/03/2023, 10:00 AM – 14/03/2023, 02:30 PM

Crowne Plaza, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 3SA

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Attend | Exhibit | Sponsor

NOF is organising a networking lunch in partnership with Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) which focuses on highlighting supply chain opportunities.

The nuclear industry has never looked so appealing, with huge opportunities for the UK supply chain in New Build, Decommissioning, SMRs and Fusion.

Come along to this event if you want to hear more about the scale of these projects. Hear from Tom Greatrex, Chief Executive of NIA, along with Magnox and X Energy who will discuss projects and supply chain opportunities.

If you are a member of NIA you can access a discounted rate to attend this event – contact bhall@nof.co.uk for further information.

Programme

09.00 Exhibitor set up

10.00 Registration & networking in the exhibition area

11.00 NOF welcome

11.05 Presentation by Diamond Sponsor – Stork

11:10 Presentation by Tom Greatrex, NIA

11.30 Presentation by Ross McAllister, Magnox

11.55 Presentation by Nigel Goodrich, Nuclear AMRC

12.10 Presentation by Carol Tansley, X Energy

12.25 Q&A

12.50 Lunch & networking in the exhibition area

14.30 Event close

Why exhibit?

An opportunity to showcase your products and services to professionals in the nuclear sector. An exhibition stand at this event includes:

  • 3×1 space (no shell scheme), trestle table, cloth & chairs
  • An introduction to the event speakers
  • X2 delegate place

Raise your profile through sponsorship

Sponsorship gives you the chance to start the ‘conversation’ early, as well as showcase your products and services.

Talk to Kristie for further details on the sponsorship packages currently available:

Kristie Leng, Events & Project Manager

E: kleng@nof.co.uk

T: +44 (0) 191 375 1639

 

Lets talk

Beth Hall, Lead Events Coordinator

E: bhall@nof.co.uk

T: +44 (0) 191 375 1639

Click here for more information.

NOF Networking Lunch with Green Lithium

16/02/2023, 11:30 AM – 16/02/2023, 03:30 PM

Hardwick Hall Hotel, Sedgefield, TS21 2EH

NOF Networking Lunch with Green Lithium

Attend | Exhibit | Sponsor

Backed by the UK Government and global commodities trading giant Trafigura, Green Lithium is building UK’s first large-scale lithium refinery at the PD Ports site in Teesside, UK, to enable the transition to green energy.

The refinery will be in production by 2026 and will produce c.50,000 tonnes of lithium hydroxide, enough for 1 million EVs a year.

It will use a world-leading, sustainable, and low-carbon refining process with a 75% lower carbon footprint than traditional refineries in existing markets.

Programme

11:30 Exhibitor set up

12:30 Registration & networking lunch

13:45 NOF welcome

13:50 Diamond sponsor presentation

14:00 Presentation by Green Lithium

14:30 Q&A

14:40 Closing remarks, NOF

14.50-15.30 Refreshments & networking

Why Exhibit?

  • An opportunity to showcase your products and services to professionals in the energy sector. An exhibition stand at this event includes:
  • 3×1 space (no shell scheme), trestle table, cloth & chairs
  • An introduction to the event speakers
  • X2 delegate place

Raise your profile through sponsorship

Sponsorship gives you the chance to start the ‘conversation’ early, as well as showcase your products and services.

Talk to Kristie for further details on the sponsorship packages currently available:

Kristie Leng, Events & Project Manager

E: kleng@nof.co.uk

T: +44 (0) 191 375 1639

Let’s Talk

Hannah Smiles, Events Administrator

E: hsmiles@nof.co.uk

T: +44 (0) 191 375 1639

Click here for more information.

NOF Engage Event

16/02/2023, 09:00 AM – 16/02/2023, 10:30 AM

Hardwick Hall Hotel, Sedgefield, TS21 2EH

NOF Engage events provide an opportunity for you to network with fellow companies from the energy sector in an informal setting. The event content will provide a detailed overview of NOF services and how to maximise NOF membership. Plus, be first to hear the latest energy sector news and opportunities from the NOF team. There will also be an overview of the projects happening in Teesside.

Don’t forget to bring your business cards as we are also offering five member companies the chance to present on the day.

Programme

09:00 Registration & Networking (tea & coffee available)

09:15 Welcome and Presentation by Caroline Lofthouse, Head of Business Development, NOF

09:30 Teesside Projects Overview, John Leer, Head of Stakeholder & Business Engagement, NOF

09:45 Magic Minutes (x5 member presentations, two minutes each)*

10:00 Networking

10.30 Event Close

*Presenting companies for the ‘Magic Minutes’ will be selected on the day.

Participation is free with a maximum of one delegate per company. Places are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

After this event, the NOF Networking Lunch with Green Lithium will take place. For more information and to book a place to attend the event click here.

Got a Question? Contact:

Hannah Smiles, Events Administrator

E: hsmiles@nof.co.uk

T: +44 (0)191 384 6464

Click here for more information.

Student Mentor Event – THS:UKI South West Branch

This is a fantastic opportunity to find all about Hydrography as a career from the people who have ‘been there and done it’!

WHEN: 1 February 2023, 1900-2230

WHERE: The Roundabout, Plymouth, PL4 8AQ

The evening will be split into two parts broken up by a buffet meal in the middle.

To book your spot, email: james.williams@swathe-services.com

THS:UKI Scotland Branch AGM plus Evening Event (Online)

We would like to invite you to THS:UKI Scotland Branch online 2022 AGM, to take place at 19:00 on Wednesday 1st February 2023.

After our AGM at 19:10 we have 3x great presentations themed around the Mayflower voyages across the Atlantic, past and present. Our evening will be follows;

  • Dr Kathryn Gray: Associate Professor of Early American Literature – Departures and Arrivals: The Mayflower Voyage and the Archive
  • Jo Loosemore: Broadcaster, Curator and Actor – Mayflower 400: Legend and Legacy
  • Brett Phaneuf: President, Submergence Group – Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS) Project

Available live on YouTube (no sign-up required) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NJhzSvI0Qw

IMCA – European Dynamic Positioning Conference 2023

Returning to its regular place in your calendar, the annual European Dynamic Positioning Conference will be held in London 7 February 2023.

The European Dynamic Positioning conference provides a platform to encourage exchange of information between the DP community. This one-day event will review market trends and drivers, remote DP tests and trials, DP application in the offshore wind sector, future fuels and autonomy.

This year’s programme will review the latest technology and delve into the fields of training, recruitment and retention, certification, competency and human factors. Leading experts will discuss approaches to improving DP reliability, developing guidelines and standards, incident reporting and analysis and enhanced safety.

This one-day event provides value through the educational and technical content of the programme and showcases the latest advances in technology and innovation.

IMCA is proud to be a supporting organisation for The European Dynamic Positioning Conference run by Riviera Maritime Media as part of the Offshore Support Journal Conference.

IMCA members may also enjoy a 20% discount to this event. Simply enter promo code EDPIMCA when purchasing your ticket.

Click here for more information.

IMarEST – Joint Institutes Meeting: The silent killer – Enclosed Spaces

This Joint Meeting is hosted by the Honourable Company of Master Mariners and is titled ‘The silent killer – Enclosed Spaces. Opportunities for Improvement in 2023 and beyond’.


Monday 6 February 2023 at 18:15.

Speaker: Captain Garry Hallett, Director HMC Ltd, and consultant to InterManager

– A history of legislation and guidelines on enclosed spaces over the past 20 years,
– Output from engagement with seafarers at the coalface
– Opportunities that 2023 will present to make a lasting impact in this area of safety onboard ships that has affected so many.

We need you in the audience to add to the debate, online, in the room and in the wardroom bar afterwards.

Please click here to register for the event and to receive a Zoom link for the video conference. Non-HCMM members should create a guest account, which will remain for future meetings.

Location:

On board HQS WELLINGTON
(with an option to attend via Video Conference)

HQS WELLINGTON (020 7836 8179) is berthed at Victoria Embankment, near Temple tube.

For any issues with registration, or accessing the video conference, please contact Bill Collier by calling on 020 7836 8179, or assistantclerk@hcmm.org.uk

Click here for more information.