Boiler Operations, Maintenance & Performance Conference

BOMC Conference canceled due to COVID-19.

May 11-13, 2020
Hershey Lodge, Hershey, Pennsylvania

The conference where Industrial, Institutional and IPP energy generating and powerhouse Owners, Operators, Suppliers and Engineers come together to consider and discuss the latest and best practices to improve the operations, maintenance and performance of energy systems including; Fluid Beds, Biofuel and coal stokers, natural gas and oil fired systems and the new renewable and distributed energy systems and technology applications today.

What do you get?

  • Direct interaction with Energy System power plant and boiler Owners, Operators, Equipment Suppliers and Engineers to assess energy systems performance and solve problems
  • The latest technical experiences associated with current operations, fuel handling and conversions, maximizing energy efficiency, maintaining or improving energy and environmental performance & staffing the future energy operations
  • An understanding of what technologies and strategies can improve operations, sustainability, efficiency, and overall energy plant performance
  • The latest information on planned and forced outage strategies, planning and implementation to meet new and added corporate policy goals and objectives
  • Firsthand awareness of the latest information on Natural Gas & Solid Fuel Firing relative to IPP, industrial and institutional powerhouse operations, maintenance and performance activities and strategies in the new world of sustainability & citizens

Who should attend?

  • Corporate energy managers and directors
  • Power house lead operators
  • Plant personnel in charge of energy operations and maintenance
  • Plant and corporate outage support personnel and suppliers
  • Anyone with an interest in building O&M knowledge

Since 1985, when CIBO hosted the first FBC Boiler conference in Washington, D.C., boiler and energy production system owners, engineering firms, regulators, suppliers, technology developers and users have gathered each year to discuss the design, applicability, operation and performance of the systems, combustion technologies, their applications and the energy strategies needed to improve overall performance and operations in times of changing environmental regulations, energy demand and fuel availability and acceptability. This year’s conference marks more than 30 years of industry networking and technology transfer to help bring industrial, institutional and independent power production energy technology to where it is today.

The agenda allows for maximum interaction between participants with similar equipment  concerns. Monday afternoon’s FBC Owners’ Only and Manufacturers’ & Suppliers’ Only Forums and the joint owners and manufacturers and suppliers discussion have been extremely beneficial for establishing long term networking relationships. The agenda includes focused presentations on the latest operations, maintenance, performance, outage and staffing questions. With mounting pressure from stockholder and citizens’ activist groups, the need for proof of sustainability and social responsibility are changing the way we run our energy assets. This conference focuses on what it takes to implement sustainability goals, objectives and plans.