Technical aspects - what can be achieved when revamping an ageing plant, changes in capacity, through-put and efficiency, drawing on case study examples.
Making existing plants work harder and deliver more - the owner / operator’s view of the economics and balance of returns when increasing capacity.
The economics of when it is worth increasing capacity and when its not
The implications - technical, regulatory, economic of increasing capacity
Key requirements when asking new plants to work harder, deliver more, generate greater revenue and investment return
The balance between building new stock and increasing existing capacity – what directions for the future?