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THE GLOBAL NUCLEAR RENAISSANCE AND ASME NUCLEAR ACCREDITATION Barry Bobo HSB CT ASQ Tucson, THE GLOBAL NUCLEAR RENAISSANCE AND ASME NUCLEAR ACCREDITATION Barry Bobo HSB CT ASQ Tucson, 082006 of x

AGENDA • • Nuclear Renaissance – Key Drivers ASME Accreditation – What is it AGENDA • • Nuclear Renaissance – Key Drivers ASME Accreditation – What is it and why? ASME Certificates QA Program Requirements Preparation and Implementation Authorization Inspection Agency Critical Success Factors Conclusions 2

RENAISSANCE DRIVERS • Fossil Fuel (coal, gas, oil) – • Environmental concerns – • RENAISSANCE DRIVERS • Fossil Fuel (coal, gas, oil) – • Environmental concerns – • CO 2 and NOx emissions, air particulates > global warming Cost competitive – • • Rising cost, unreliable supply, ultimate depletion Busbar Costs • Nuclear • Coal = = $38 MWhr $45 MWhr Carbon tax Balanced mix of resources 3

RENAISSANCE DRIVERS (cont’d) • Financial incentives – • State and local • Grand Gulf, RENAISSANCE DRIVERS (cont’d) • Financial incentives – • State and local • Grand Gulf, Calvert Cliffs, Vogtle, Bellefonte Federal support – Energy Policy Act of 2005 • • • Cost overrun insurance Tax credits for power generation Public Support * • • • 74% > role in energy future 57% > new reactor at existing site 54% > definitely build * www. nei. org 4

World Summary 5 World Summary 5

LEADING CANDIDATES • China (1)(2) – 5 x by 2020, ~8 GWe to 40 LEADING CANDIDATES • China (1)(2) – 5 x by 2020, ~8 GWe to 40 GWe • India – 7 x by 2020, ~3 GWe to 20 GWe • • Europe – grow 0. 5% / yr through 2030 (4) US – petroleum imports 13. 1 to 18. 3 Mbbl/d* (1) (2) (3) (4) * GWe = Giga. Watts electric www. world-nuclear. org www. iht. com www. eia. doe. gov Mbb/d = Million Barrels / day (3) 6

WHY ASME ACCREDITATION? • • 10 CFR 50. 55. A > ASME Section III WHY ASME ACCREDITATION? • • 10 CFR 50. 55. A > ASME Section III ASME Certificate Holder > Accredited – Accreditation – Formal process > Survey • Certificates define authorized scope of work – Fabrications, installation, systems, parts, components, class, materials, etc • Qualified through a triennial Survey process 7

CERTIFICATES • Certificates of Authorization – N Responsible for component structural integrity – – CERTIFICATES • Certificates of Authorization – N Responsible for component structural integrity – – • N 3 NA NPT NV Containment/transport packaging – Spent Fuel Shop assembly and field fabrication Parts / Appurtenances w & w/o design responsibility Pressure Relief Valves Certificate of Accreditation – – QSC Material organizations NS Component Supports – w/ or w/o design responsibility 8

CODE SYMBOL STAMPS • N - • N 3 • • • NV NA CODE SYMBOL STAMPS • N - • N 3 • • • NV NA NPT Vessels, pumps, valves, piping systems, storage tanks, core support, concrete containment Containment Systems / Transport Packaging (SF & HLRW) Pressure Relief Valves Shop assembly and field installation Parts - fabrication w/ or w/o design responsibility 9

ASME SURVEY REQUIREMENTS • QA Program – – – • • vs. 10 CFR ASME SURVEY REQUIREMENTS • QA Program – – – • • vs. 10 CFR 50 Appendix B program Program preparation and implementation application – – • NCA-4000 (3800 for Material Organizations) NQA-1 ASME Pre-Survey Checklist Fully demonstrated during Survey Hardware and software (documentation) Authorized Inspection Agency 10

AUTHORIZED INSPECTION AGENCY • Role and responsibility – Key element in a Conformity Assessment AUTHORIZED INSPECTION AGENCY • Role and responsibility – Key element in a Conformity Assessment process – Extensive knowledge of the accreditation process • Assistance in determining Certificates • Guidance and direction in preparing for ASME Survey – QA program requirements – Program implementation – Scheduling – Pre-Survey audit – Third party inspection and verification • Co-signs Manufacturer’s Code Data Report 11

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS • • Determine appropriate scope of work QA program meets ASME CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS • • Determine appropriate scope of work QA program meets ASME guidelines Full program implementation Staff availability Individuals familiar with ASME Code accreditation Timeline Management commitment 12

CONCLUSIONS • • • Growing support for Nuclear Renaissance New and growth opportunities for CONCLUSIONS • • • Growing support for Nuclear Renaissance New and growth opportunities for Nuclear market place Increasing number of ASME N-type Certificate Holders Timeline Increasing opportunities for QA/QC personnel 13

QUESTIONS 14 QUESTIONS 14