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Engineering the change Frank Winter / Clive White, AMEC plc. Sellafield site investor trip: 21 / 22 June 2010. Agenda. Sellafield history and background Organisational structure NDA, NMP, Sellafield Ltd Budget NMP’s challenges Current operations - different demands

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engineering the change frank winter clive white amec plc

Engineering the changeFrank Winter / Clive White, AMEC plc

Sellafield site investor trip: 21 / 22 June 2010

agenda
Agenda
  • Sellafield history and background
  • Organisational structure
    • NDA, NMP, Sellafield Ltd
    • Budget
  • NMP’s challenges
  • Current operations - different demands
    • Commercial operations
    • Waste management
    • Decommissioning
  • NMP’s strategy for delivery
  • NMP’s performance
  • Future opportunities in Cumbria
  • Summary

Sellafield panorama

sellafield history and background
Sellafield history and background

1980’s

1960-80

1940- 60

1990’s

2000’s

  • PSBR, cash
  • Privatisation
  • Military and energy independence
  • Cold war, industrial and energy policies
  • Plutonium economy
  • Public dissent
  • Clean up, shut down
  • NDA, contractorisation

POLITICS

  • Decommissioning gathers pace
  • Sellafield landscape changing forever
  • MOX as use for plutonium
  • True commercialisation of reprocessing
  • THORP commissioning
  • Waste treated in ‘real time’ for disposal concepts
  • Nuclear build begins
  • Military programme initially
  • Later civil programme
  • Waste stored - pending treatment
  • Storage capacity extended incrementally
  • Coarse segregation of waste
  • Main expansion of site, start of commercial focus
  • Major waste treatment programme
  • Decommissioning of early plants

OPERATIONS

organisation structure
Organisation structure
  • Client
    • Owns the site
    • Competes the contract
    • Provides strategic direction
  • Parent body organisation (PBO)
    • Holds SLC shares
    • Management expertise and governance
    • Provides reachback
  • Site licensing company (SLC)
    • Holds and is responsible for site licences (Sellafield and Capenhurst)
    • Tactical delivery
slide5

Organisation structure - operation

  • The Parent Body Organisation (PBO) operates as a board with a committee structure
  • The Site Licensing Company (SLC) is organised operationally

Chair

Tom Zarges

URS

AMEC

AREVA

Non-Execs

David Pethick

Bob Pedde

Bill Poulson

Mike Saunders

Gerry McGill

Denis Hugelmann

Jurgen Krellman

Richard Caborn

David Gee

MD

Office of the Managing Director

Bill Poulson

Deputy MD

Operations

Deputy MD

Transformation

Support functions

Todd Wright

George Beverage

Various directors

slide6

Organisational structure - budget

NDA 2010/11 budget

NDA structure and funding

  • Sellafield (4 sites) £1,500m
  • Magnox (10 sites) £620m
  • Dounreay (3 sites) £233m
  • Springfields (1 site) £54m
  • Drigg (1 site) £34m
  • Electricity Trading £64m
  • Nuclear Transport £129m
  • NDA direct costs £206m
  • Formed under the Energy Act of 2004 as a precursor to dismantling BNFL
  • NDPB reporting through DECC
  • “Owns” all UK legacy nuclear sites (will take AGR reactors too)
  • 2010/11 Budget £2,840m of which £1,150m is income from commercial operations
  • Balance of £1,690m is funded by DECC and accounts for ~60% of DECC budget
  • Staff approx 400

NDA 2010/11 budget approx £2.8bn across 19 sites

nmp s challenges
NMP’s challenges
  • Change the safety culture – address ‘habitualisation’
  • Ensure operations fit for purpose
  • Bring about consistency in leadership
  • Re-engineer/change the whole business
  • Drive value for money performance and fee generation
slide8

Current operations - different demands

Commercial operations

Waste management

Decommissioning

Spent fuel reprocessing -

THORP, MAGNOX & associated plant

Waste and effluent treatment plants

Decommissioning and environmental remediation

Mixed uranium & plutonium oxide fuel production - MOX plant

Legacy fuel pond and silo mgt and clean-up

slide9

NMP’s strategy for delivery

Building a commercial culture for operations

  • Building a commercial culture for operations

Future

Potential

9

nmp s performance every measure improved in first 18 months
NMP’s performance – every measure improved in first 18 months

Bid themes

Progress

PEOPLE

  • Working towards Conduct of Operations implementation and integration of people performance culture, terms, processes and systems
  • Leadership team growth
  • ‘Projectisation’ – greater use of project structures
  • Utilisation of reachback and parent company impact

PARTNERING

  • Signing of the Union Partnering Charter
  • Developing strong relationships with regulatory bodies (High Hazard Steering Group) and stakeholders
  • Alignment of vision between NDA, NMP and SLC
  • Formulation of strong relationships with the supply chain and success on projects

PERFORMANCE

  • 50 year old sludge recovered from aging tanks to safe passive form (this has finally dealt with of one of the most significant and long-standing site risks)
  • Product Residue Store construction safety -1.7 million man hours without lost time accident (an exceptional achievement and a role model for the site)
  • 6000 tonnes of spent fuel sheared in THORP, 5000 containers of waste vitrified, 8 fuel assemblies produced in the Sellafield MOX Plant (best ever performance and the basis for a new willingness of Japanese customers to invest in the MOX services)
future opportunities in cumbria
Future opportunities in Cumbria

West Cumbria’s ‘Energy Coast’

  • Nuclear market potentially £90bn*
    • NDA decommissioning programme £40bn
    • Nuclear new build £20bn
    • Geological waste repository £20bn
    • New reprocessing and other fuel facilities £5bn
    • Nuclear business park £5bn
  • Potential non-nuclear investment of £16bn*
    • Transmission & distribution upgrades £1bn
    • Renewable projects (e.g. offshore wind) £5bn
    • Gas terminal, gas re-injection, CO2 storage £5bn
    • West Cumbria infrastructure (roads & rail) £5bn
  • West Cumbria
  • Population of 180,000
  • £2.8bn economy
  • Sellafield accounts for 40 per cent of gross added value

Workington

Whitehaven

Sellafield

Lake District National Park

Barrow

SOURCE: FT May 2010

* Over next 30 years

summary engineering the change
Summary – engineering the change
  • Sellafield at the centre of nuclear renaissance
    • Future renaissance depends on how we deal with past issues
  • Sellafield complex site with significant challenges
  • NMP uniquely positioned to drive performance improvement
  • AMEC engineering the change

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amec nuclear 1955 to present day

2010

AllDeco Slovakia

AMEC Nuclear Projects UK

AMEC NNC Romania

2005

Koeberg PWR

NCI South Africa

AMEC sro (InvestProjekt)

Czech Republic

NSS Monserco

NCL

Canada

2000

HEYSHAM 2/TORNESS

Torness AGR

1990

SIZEWELL B

PPP

Heysham 2 AGR

1980

Heysham 1 AGR

NNC

HEYSHAM 1

HARTLEPOOL

BNDC

HINKLEY POINT B

HUNTERSTON B

DUNGENESS A

Dungeness A Magnox Reactors

1970

DUNGENESS B

OLDBURY

NDC

HINKLEY A SIZEWELL A

WYLFA

1960

TNPG

APC

TRAWSFYNYDD

HUNTERSTON A

BRADWELL

TOKAI MURA

BERKELEY

LATINA

Berkeley Magnox Reactors

EE/BW/TW

GEC/SC

AEI/JT

1955

APC

AMEC nuclear - 1955 to present day

Bruce CANDU

Sizewell B PWR

NPPC

amec s nuclear team
AMEC’s nuclear team

Mike Saunders is President of AMEC Power & Process Europe. Prior to joining AMEC, Mike was Senior Vice President of Strategy and Integration at Westinghouse following the acquisition by Toshiba. Immediately before this he was Senior Vice President for the Global Nuclear Fuel Business and has extensive experience of the nuclear industry having managed nuclear licensed sites in the UK, Europe and the USA

Clive White is Vice President of Power & Process Europe, responsible for consulting and engineering. He holds a physics degree and has 25 years experience in the defence and nuclear industries. He has held a variety of management posts in AMEC and has a successful track record of growing, positioning and managing both consultancy and project delivery businesses

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AMEC’s nuclear team

Frank Winter is Customer Relations & Strategy Vice President of AMEC’s Power and Process Europe business, responsible for leading the development of strategies to support the new energy challenge including nuclear new build. Frank has extensive experience in the international nuclear sector and a proven track record of delivering results at both strategic and operational levels

Iain Clarkson is Vice President of finance for Power & Process Europe. Iain is a Chartered Accountant with executive level experience across a number of senior finance roles in the nuclear industry. Prior to joining AMEC, Iain was Vice President of finance for Westinghouse’s Global Nuclear Fuel business based out of the USA. Iain has extensive experience of managing UK nuclear sites including time as Finance Director at the Springfields Nuclear Fuel Facility at Preston

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AMEC’s nuclear team

Keith Case is a member of Sellafield Executive team, responsible for commercial and contract management at Sellafield Ltd. Keith previously worked in senior commercial roles in utilities and the nuclear industry for companies including British Nuclear Fuels, National Grid and Southern Water. He has worked in various supply chain management and customer facing roles

George Beveridge is Deputy Managing Director - Transformation at Sellafield Ltd. He has spent 22 years in a variety of roles in the UK nuclear industry, including two previous spells at Sellafield. His experience includes plant and project management, R&D, and business management as well as general management of several businesses. George has been involved at Sellafield, Capenhurst, Reactor Sites, Aldermaston and Nirex during his career and has a broad knowledge of the whole UK nuclear sector