We are partnering with Liburdi Turbine Services to put on our Alstom Gas Turbine Owners Conference. Join us February 27th and 28th in Charlotte, North Carolina for a two-day event where we will look at Alternative GT Maintenance Solutions and Strategies pertaining to the repair, service, and maintenance of your Alstom Gas Turbine(s). Below are the details of the conference.
Alstom Gas Turbine Owners Conference Details
In a process that only industry experts truly understand, chemical energy is converted into mechanical energy, which is turned into electrical energy inside of gas turbines that power our towns and cities. In essence, gas turbines are the hearts of your power plant.
The goal of this conference is to provide and discuss ways to repair, service, and maintain your Alstom Gas Turbine to ensure it is kept in the best condition to further its lifespan and continue to power your town or city.
Our partner in this event, Liburdi Turbine Services, has become the recognized leader in Gas Turbine repair and life extension technologies through their innovation and dedication to quality.
There will be several key speakers from leading independent turbine maintenance services providers. They include people from:
- Electrical Power Research Institute
- Liburdi Turbine Services Inc.
- Hughes Technical Services
- Global Consulting and Mechanical Services
- Turbo Filtration, LLC
- And many more
Day 2: Guided Tour or a Metallurgy Workshop
On the second day of the seminar, you will have the option to pick between a guided tour of the Liburdi Turbine and Pioneer Motor Bearing facilities in Charlotte or attend a Gas Turbine Metallurgy and Repair Technology Workshop.
Transportation to tour and lunch will be provided by Liburdi and Pioneer. The workshop requires a fee, but you could be subject to earn Professional Development Hours. Lunch and snacks will be included.
The purpose of this event is to provide owners with information that will enable you to make informed decisions on maintenance and negotiate better service contracts, all with the goal of increasing reliability and controlling costs in the challenging market conditions in the power industry.