You can REGISTER NOW for the Industrial Water Track on Thursday 3 October 2013.

Visit the Online Registration Page and then select "Industrial Water Day - One Day Pass".

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Room: Jupiter 15

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Estimates suggest that the amount of water needed for global power production is expected to double over the next 40 years. The World Energy Council predicts that by 2050, total power demand for water is expected to increase by 100 billion cubic meters.

Faced with a booming population and associated power requirements, Asia faces a large challenge when it comes to water supply for power generation. China alone is expected to see its water demand increase by a further 15%. Cooling water, boiler feedwater and wastewater treatment all require increasing expertise and technical solutions to meet regulatory demands.

In light of this demand, the addition of an Industrial Water Day will be added to the POWER-GEN Asia 2013 conference line-up to provide information on this growing market. The new conference sessions are designed to provide highlights of some of the leading Asian countries when it comes to water management. As well as an opening strategic session, a technical programme will demonstrate how the latest water technologies such as membrane bioreactors are being used in power generation.



9:00AM - 10:30AM Session 4: Country Spotlights
A regional overview of industrial water challenges focusing on power generation in Asia. Strategic presentations will provide an introduction to the water conference and address regulatory updates, privatisation progress and investment opportunities.

Session Chair: Arlene Goode, Associate, Arup, Hong Kong

Challenges in Delivering Sustainable Water Treatment Solutions for Power Plants in Asia
Paul Coe, Global Director for the Power Industry, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, Singapore

Recent Developments in Asian Power / Water Demands in China and India
Allard Nooy, Managing Director, Markland Infrastructure Asia Co Limited, Hong Kong

From Wastewater to Resource - Water Reuse Strategies in Singapore
Neil Hu, East Asia Regional Manager of Engineered Systems, GE Water & Process Technologies, Singapore


10:30 AM - 11:00 AM Networking Coffee Break


11:00AM - 12:30PM Session 5: Intake, Cooling and Blowdown Treatment Considerations
Open recirculating cooling systems may save more water compared to once-through systems, yet they are subject to more challenging treatment-related problems. This session will look at how water is introduced to power production, treated and then discharged.

Session Chair: Todsawat Meelap, Thermal Energy Project Engineer, Mott MacDonald, Thailand

Cooling Tower Blowdown Treatment and Reuse in a Coal Fired Power Plant in India
Simone Callioni, Manager – Business Development (Eastern), Aquatech, India

An Example of the Development and Installation of Underwater Sparking Type Seawater Electrolysis Facility
Jongho Kim, Assistant Manager, Korea South-East Co.,Ltd., Korea (South)
Kyung, Overseas Sales Staff, Shinho System Co. Ltd., Korea (South)
Yu, General Manager, KOSEP, Korea (South)

Efficient Design of Condensate Polishing in Supercritical Power Plants
Govindan Alagappan, Global Director - Business Development, Siemens Industry Inc., United States
RajKumar, Product Manager, Siemens Water Technologies, Singapore


12:30 PM - 2:00 PM Delegate Lunch


2:00PM - 3:30PM Session 6: Water System Operation and Maintenance
Power generation demands high quality water for uses such as boiler feedwater. This session will provide experience on making sure facilities are getting the most out of their installed water equipment.

Session Chair: Yony Weiss, VP, Thermal CTO, IDE Technologies Ltd., Israel

O&M for Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants for Asam-Asam Steam Power Plant at Kalimantan - Indonesia
Deepak Nyayadhish, President Director, PT Metito Indonesia, Indonesia
Waluyo, Director - O & M, PT. Metito Indonesia, Indonesia

Avoiding Boiler and Turbine Fouling – Deep Bed Condensate Polishing Experience from the Kogan Creek Power Station
Representative from Ovivo Water

Harvested Rainwater and Wastewater Recycling for Industrial Use in Power Plant and The RealTime Tele-Monitoring System
Kwangho Jung, Water Treatment manager, KOSPO, Korea (South)


3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Networking Coffee Break


4:00PM - 5:30PM Session 7: Wastewater Optimization & Reuse
Industrial facilities are urgently improving wastewater treatment and optimizing water reuse, driven by increased environmental awareness and discharge regulations. This session addresses technologies to reuse water within a power plant and how a combination of processes may lead to a final zero liquid discharge approach.

Session Chair: Simone Callioni, Manager – Business Development (Eastern), Aquatech, India

Zero Liquid Discharge Options for Coal-Fired Power Plants
Sergio Echeandia, Process Engineer, HPD Evaporation & Crystallization, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, Spain

MBR: Advanced Bio Wastewater Treatment Technology to Enhance Industrial Wastewater Treatment and Recycle
Uracha Sadetheerakij, Technical Manager, Engineering and Project Development, Nalco Industrial Services (Thailand) Co., Ltd, Thailand

Electrodeionization (EDI) for Industrial Water Treatment
Sachin Kodolikar, Sales Manager- International Division, Metito Pollution Control India Pvt. Ltd., India

Paresh Kachhia, Area Sales Manager, Metito Overseas Limited, United Arab Emirates

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