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EPC Nucleus 2015 : Gaining Clarity on Consummate Opportunities in India

July 07, 2015

Le Meridian, New Delhi

The mission of this conference is to leverage the consummate opportunities and profit from India’s robust EPC segment in key pockets marked for growth domestically. The conference will specially focus on the EPC Projects Pipeline, Bankability of Projects, Optimizing EPC Cost & Operations and Addressing issues and new opportunities facilitating long-term development. EPC Nucleus 2015 combines exhaustive insights on 4 distinct sessions on EPC opportunities panning across all major facets of energy and infrastructure space of India.

This full day conference will give you useful insights on:

  • What is nature of market for conventional power as per varying demand-supply scenario in India?
  • What is the investment scenario built up bullish or bearish for conventional power projects in India?
  • Which projects can be deemed as “low hanging fruits” as per upcoming capacities for key states?
  • What would be likely status of sector wise allocation for coal blocks?
  • How to secure investments and understand the bankability of captive coal blocks?
  • What is the status of upcoming tenders in JNNSM Phase II projects in solar industry?
  • What is the growth trajectory of wind power in India and how it is likely to present opportunities for future?
  • What is the tune of investments beckoning the solar and other RE segments in India?
  • What are do’s and don’ts for an EPC contractor to develop an RE Projects?
  • What is the status of FDI and how will it support Railways Infra Development?
  • What are the major growth avenues in roads, highways and bridge projects in India on turn-key EPC basis?
  • What is the status of Investments for 100 smart cities planned across India?
  • What is the way forward for PPP Infrastructure projects in India?
  • What are the EPC opportunities in terms of developing Oil & Gas Infrastructure in India?

About the Organizers

SNP Infra Research is a solution driven boutique firm which works with passion to partner its clients for their business transformation and help to be Inspirationally Forward. 5 years into successful existence, SNP Infra Research in 2010 incepted to revolutionize the impact of things constructed through critical data. We take pride in being a world class information service provider  to 500+ unique marquee clients operating businesses world over.

Registration Charges:

For PSUs and Private Company

Standard fees :

No. of Delegates One Three Five
INR 15000 40500 60000
Service Tax (12.36%) 1854 5006 7416
Total 16854 45506 67416

Early bird discount : 20% till 3rd June

No. of Delegates One Three Five
INR 12000 32400 48000
Service Tax (12.36%) 1483 4004 5393
Total 13483 36404 53393

For State Electricity Boards and their successor units (state-owned Gencos, Transcos and Discoms), regulatory authorities and academic institutions. – INR 10000/- + service tax (12.36%)

Dr. Rajiv Mishra

Executive Director Power Trading Corporation

Mr. Ruchin Gupta

Deputy Secretary Ministry of New &Renewable Energy

Mr. R.B.Mathur

Sr.Advisor Coal Lanco Infratech Limited

Mr. Anant Kumar

Chief Engineer(Civil)-1 New Delhi Municipal Council

Mr. Vivek Taneja

Head-Business Development THERMAX LIMITED

Dr. Deepak Mahurkar

Executive Director-Oil & Gas PricewaterhouseCoopers India

Mr. Alok Chandra

Adviser (Finance), MoPNG Balmer Lawrie & Company Limited

Mr. Ravinder Singh

Head Project Business
Tata Power solar

Mr. Sujit Dash

VP - Procurement Punj Lloyd Ltd

Mr. Vikas Bansal

Director, Corporate Finance Yes Bank

Dr Srikanta K. Panigrahi

Director General & Member to Prime Minister's Carbon Minus India

Mr. Sumit S Varma

Director & Chief Operating Officer LORDS Freight (India) Private Limited
(A subsidiary of Mahindra Logistics Limited)

Mr. Sunil Kumar Gupta

Project Director Larsen & Toubro

Mr. S.P.Singh

Director (Engg,Mining&Environment Consultants) Former Director Techinal BCCL(Coal India) MCL(Coal India)

Mr. Prathmesh Mairal

Director GRAPP Energies Pvt. Ltd

Mr. Arun Kumar Srivatsav

Executive Director(Engg) CONCOR

Mr. Kunal Pragati

GM Business Development Vikram Solar Pvt. Ltd

Mr. Kudlappa Desai

Gerenal Manager(Coal Mining) National Thermal Power Corporation
* ref. to Tentative Speakers
Tuesday, 7th July 2015 | 9.00 AM – 5.00 PM
OPENING SESSION | WELCOME & PROGRAM INTRODUCTION
9.30 AM – 9.45 AM

Conference Opening Ceremony - Chief Guest /Guest of honour

9.45 AM – 10.00 AM

High Tea/Breakfast

SESSION I: EPC OPPORTUNITIES IN CONVENTIONAL POWER
10:00 AM – 10:15 AM

Conventional Power Projects – Market Supply & Demand Metrics.

  • What is nature of market for conventional power as per varying demand-supply scenario in India?
  • How would the planned capacity additions by Government and Key private players shape up?
  • What possibly can be an impediment towards the planned capacity additions?

Presentation by:
Mr. Sunil Kumar Gupta, Project Director, Larsen And Toubro.

10:15 AM – 10:45 AM

Impact of Market Dynamics on Investment Strategies & its Repercussion on EPC Players.

  • What is the investment scenario built up bullish or bearish for conventional power projects in India?
  • What would be the impact on EPC players of the likely tune of investments in the conventional power projects?

Presentation by:
Mr. Sujit Dash, VP - Procurement, Punj Lloyd Ltd (10.15 AM – 10.30 AM)
Dr. Rajib K Mishra, Executive Director, PTC (10.30 AM – 10.45 AM)

10:45 AM – 11.00 AM

Get Your Share of India's Upcoming 17 GW of Conventional Power Capacity in 2015.

  • Which projects can be deemed as "low hanging fruits" as per upcoming capacities for key states?
  • What are the best practices that would help draft the perfect proposals for decision makers which would enable leapfrogging of competition?

Presentation by:
Mr.Vivek Taneja, Head-Business Development, Thermax Limited

11.00 AM – 11.30 AM

Q/A

SESSION II: EPC OPPORTUNITIES IN CAPTIVE COAL BLOCK DEVELOPMENT
11:30 AM – 11.45 AM

Coal Block Re-allocation Process – Figuring Out Intricacies.

  • What would be likely status of sector wise allocation for coal blocks?
  • What are the major regulations and challenges that govern coal block re-allocation?

Presentation by:
Mr. S.P.Singh,Director ,Engg,Mining & Environment Consultants

11:45 AM – 12.15 PM

Bankability of Re-Allocated Coal Blocks & Its Knock on Effect on EPC Players.

  • How to ensure performance guarantees for developing the coal block and what would be the impact of coal block re-allocation on EPC players?
  • How to secure investments and understand the bankability of captive coal blocks?

Presentation by:
Mr.R.B.Mathur, Sr.Advisor Coal, Lanco Infratech (11:45 AM – 12:00 PM)
Mr. Sumit Varma, Director & Chief Operating Officer, LORDS Freight (India) Private Limited (12:00 PM – 12:15 PM)

12:15 PM – 12.30 PM

Get Your Share of India's 204 to be Re-allocated Coal Blocks in 2015.

  • What opportunities as per end consumers can be treated as crucial w.r.t coal blocks?
  • What makes an ideal partner as EPC service provider to develop coal blocks and safeguarding competition?

Presentation by:
Mr. Kudlappa desai, Gerenal Manager(Coal Mining), NTPC

12.30 PM – 1.00 PM

Q/A

1.00 PM – 2.00 PM

LUNCH

SESSION III: EPC OPPORTUNITIES IN SOLAR & OTHER KEY RENEWABLE PROJECTS
2:00 PM – 2.20 PM

Pro Renewable Government at Centre – Thrust to Robust Solar & Other RE Sources Development.

  • What is the status of upcoming tenders in JNNSM Phase II projects in solar industry?
  • What is the growth trajectory of wind power in India and how it is likely to present opportunities for future?

Presentation by:
Mr. Ruchin Gupta, Deputy Secretary, Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (2:00 PM – 2:10 PM)
Dr Srikanta K. Panigrahi, Director General and Member to Prime Minister's, Carbon Minus India (2:10 PM – 2:20 PM)

2:20 PM – 2.40 PM

Investment Climate for Solar & Other RE Projects in India – Driving Clean Energy & Tracking Impacts on EPC Players.

  • What is the tune of investments beckoning the solar and other RE segments in India?
  • What are do's and don'ts for an EPC contractor to develop an RE Projects?

Presentation by:
Mr.Ravinder Singh, Project Head, Tata Power Solar (2.20 PM – 2:30 PM)
Mr. Pawan Kumar Agarwal, President and Regional Business Leader, YES Bank (2:30 PM – 2:40 PM)

2:40 PM – 3.00 PM

Get Your Share of India's Upcoming Solar & Other RE Capacities in 2015 – Can Solar Energy to India be Similar to Shale in USA.

  • What are growth potential as per states of solar power and RE power in India?
  • What it takes to forge bid winning proposal in solar and other RE projects for EPC players?
  • How to tap allied opportunities as O&M contractors for solar and other RE power in India?

Presentation by:
Mr Kunal Pragati, GM Business Development , Vikram Solar (2.40 PM – 2:50 PM)
Mr.Prathmesh Mairal, Director, GRAPP Energies Pvt. Ltd (2:50 PM – 3:00 PM)

3.00 PM – 03.30 PM

Q/A

SESSION IV: EPC OPPORTUNITIES IN PPP INFRASTRUCTURE AND OIL & GAS PROJECTS IN INDIA
3:30 PM – 3:45 PM

Evaluating 100% FDI in Railways Track Infra Development and Thrust to Turn-Key EPC Segments for Roads, Highways and Bridge projects in India.

  • What is the status of FDI and how will it support Railways Infra Development.
  • What are the major growth avenues in roads, highways and bridge projects in India on turn-key EPC basis.

Presentation by:
Mr. Arun Kumar Srivatsav, Executive Director (Engg), CONCOR

3:45 PM – 4.00 PM

Tune of Investments Planned for 100 Smart Cities Planned Across Pan India for Development.

  • What is the status of Investments for 100 smart cities planned across India.
  • What are the major investment corridors in terms of the Smart Cities to achieve highest tune of ROI.

Presentation by:
Mr.Anant Kumar, Chief Engineer (Civil)-1, NDMC

4:00 PM – 4.30 PM

Get Your Share of India's Infrastructure and Oil & Gas Project Development through PPP Participation.

  • What is the way forward for PPP Infrastructure projects in India?
  • What are major upcoming PPP projects in India?
  • What are the EPC opportunities in terms of developing Oil & Gas Infrastructure in India?
  • What drives a contract winning bid for an EPC player - Split Contract Strategy Cascading Effects to Profitability?

Presentation by:
Mr. Alok Chandra, Adviser, MoPNG, Balmer Lawrie & Co.Ltd (4.00 PM – 4.15 PM)
Mr. Deepak Mahurkar, Executive Director-Oil & Gas, PwC (4.15 PM – 4.30 PM)

4.30 PM – 5.00 PM

Q/A

Tier 1 PV module manufacturer Vikram Solar is an internationally acclaimed solar PV module manufacturer and EPC solutions provider. The company is part of the 40-year old Vikram Group of Companies. Conceived in 2006, the company has since then added to the 40-year old Vikram Group's vast success portfolio. Over the years, Vikram Solar has carried forward the rich legacy of the Group and has emerged as one of the leading manufacturers of high efficiency Solar PV modules in the global solar industry.

In addition to manufacturing mono and polycrystalline modules ranging from 10 Wp to 335 Wp under ISO 9001:2008 certified conditions, Vikram Solar is a fully forward integrated Solar EPC contractor and continues to successfully design, install and commission a range of benchmark solar projects worldwide.

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