ORLANDO, Fla., – Turbine Technology Services Corporation (TTS), a full-service gas turbine engineering services firm based in Orlando, Florida, will be exhibiting at the Fall 2012 Combustion Turbine Operations Technical Forum (CTOTF) in an opportunity to engage the industry’s top professionals and OEMs.
CTOTF brings together some of the best companies and professionals in the power generation industry, as they seek to share their knowledge and experiences in a close-knit setting that engineers, managers and consultants.
Major power generation OEMs and service providers are expected to attend, further adding to the equity and influence of CTOTF as a signature event in the industry.
Representing TTS will be Frank Hoegler, Lisa Delliacono and George Gramatikas, who will be exhibiting in the expo floor at booth number 50.
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“CTOTF gives TTS an opportunity to catch up with clients while making new connections that can lead to new business,” said Frank Hoegler, VP of Sales for the Western Hemisphere. “The direct communication with other industry leaders allows us to showcase our turbine engineering services to a captive audience.”
As a networking and professional development event, CTOTF incorporates six major categories within the field of combustion turbine operations, including Industry Issues; Generator, Electric, Instrumentation & Controls (Gen-E&IC); Operations & Maintenance and Business Practices; Combined Cycle; Regulatory & Compliance; and Combustion Turbines.
In recent years, regulatory and compliance issues have become a hot topic at CTOTF, but the event covers plant-wide technical topics to include the popular GE F-class, E-class and legacy engines roundtables.