API PowerChem Conference, Exhibition and Training

The primary aim of the conference is to provide up-to-date professional development for those working in the industry globally as well as those associated with it. This conference is composed of a diverse range of key speakers, exhibitors, and three days of lectures. The format of the conference allows close interaction between speakers, presenters, exhibitors and delegates, with a number of training courses also available.


"PowerChem Conference is the only forum in the PowerChem industry and therefore is the perfect opportunity to network by renewing contacts and building new relationships with nationwide and international industry colleagues." - Colin Gwynne (Aurecon)

 


 

PowerChem Conference 2020 will be held on the at The Stamford Plaza Sydney Airport Hotel, Sydney, NSW from Sunday 9 - Wednesday 12 August 2020. The program begins on the evening of Sunday 9 August with a Welcome Reception. The conference and exhibition will be on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (concluding at 12.30pm), and the training courses on Wednesday afternoon. The conference dinner will be held on Monday evening.

The conference program includes plenary sessions as well as a panel discussion on a specialised topics. An exhibition runs parallel to the conference, with all refreshments focused around the exhibition area to encourage delegates to visit all booths.

PowerChem Conference 2018 received excellent feedback from delegates, exhibitors and sponsors alike. Sponsors were provided with an invaluable opportunity to network with key decision-makers, whilst delegates relished the opportunity to be presented with the latest products and services available to them.

 


 

CALL FOR PAPERS

In addition to invited speakers, a number of papers are sought from members of the international and Australian power industry. Share your case-studies; research and/or personal experiences. No product promotions accepted. Submit your abstract for consideration now. 

To submit an abstract on one of the topics below, email to Kirsten (kirsten.pain@api.edu.au)by Friday 27 March 2020 

  • one page abstracts (no more than 500 words indicating in which category you wish to present, see below) 
  • a 200 word biography 
  • headshot 
  • acknowledge you will pay the required registration fee if successful (see below) 

All abstracts will be reviewed by the Steering Committee. Successful applicants will be notified in early April. Abstracts cannot be sales promotions for your product. Please be aware that upon acceptance of your paper all speakers are expected to pay and register to attend; speakers are offered the member ‘earlybird conference only’ rate. If you are interested in presenting a half-day training course on Wednesday afternoon, please get in touch. 

We are looking for papers on any of the following topics: 

  1. Cycle chemistry (including HRSG)
  2. High purity water 
  3. Load cycling & Plant Storage
  4. Safety 
  5. Water management and treatment 
  6. Non base-load operations 
  7. Current and future challenges for Chemists 
  8. In the uncertain future what does the new workforce look like?
Click here to access the 2020 Call for Papers:

 


 

EXHIBITOR & SPONSORSIP OPPORTUNITIES

Exhibition and Sponsorship opportunities are available - contact Kirsten for details - kirsten.pain@api.edu.au

Exhibition and Sponsorship opportunities are available - contact Kirsten for details - kirsten.pain@api.edu.au

Click here to view the 2020 Sponsorship & Exhibitor Prospectus.

 


 

Techincal Commitee 

Bruce Leitch (Co-Chair)

Dave Swainsbury (Co-Chair)

Kathy Miller (Synergy)

Kirk McNaughton (Stanwell Corp.)

Geoff Grellman (Energy Australia)

Peter George (AGL)

Brett COnner (Stanwell)

Duncan McAllister (Atlinta Energy)

Andrea Coulthard (Energy Australia)

 

 


 

Your point of contact:

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Conference Organiser Kirsten Pain and she will endeavour to answer any questions you might have and/or ensure your sponsorship provides maximum benefit for your organisation.

Event Manager: Kirsten Pain

Phone: +61 422 419 343

Email: kirsten.pain@api.edu.au