Infocast Presents the Webinar: Reshaping of the Nuclear Industry Post-Fukushima

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A 90-Minute Online Business Intelligence Event on Nuclear Safety Standards in the US and Abroad

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The webinar faculty will discuss the key questions and measures for current safety standards in the US and abroad, and how both political and public reactions are likely to affect the industry in the future.

Infocast’s B2BWebinars.net, the leader in business intelligence on the web, is scheduled to host the webinar titled Reshaping of the Nuclear Industry Post-Fukushima on October 25, 2012.

Since the earthquake and tsunami of March 2011, there has been a tremendous reshaping of the nuclear industry. New safety and security measures are being proposed and implemented worldwide at existing plants, while nuclear power is being phased out in some countries and at the same time new construction is expected in others.

The webinar faculty will discuss the key questions and measures for current safety standards in the US and abroad, and how both political and public reactions are likely to affect the industry in the future.

The esteemed faculty will include bob Evans (Vice President, New Plant Services, Enercon Services, Inc.), Edward Kee (Vice President, Nera Economic Consulting), Terry Maxey (Partner, Accenture, LTD.) and Jeffrey Merrifield (Senior VP, THE SHAW GROUP).

For more information or to register, visit the webinar website at b2bwebinars.net/nuclearweb or contact Infocast Events at (818) 888-4444.

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