ICE Conferences - Delivering Efficiency in AMP6

Date: 10th October 2016

Location: London

Delivering Efficiency in AMP6

10 October 2016,  London




ICE’s half day event Delivering Efficiency in AMP6 will explore how water companies are optimising their operational and capital delivery approaches under the TOTEX regime while the opportunity to learn and action new practices within Asset Management Period 6 (AMP6) remains.

Autumn 2016, 18 months into the five-year AMP6, will be a critical time. Many companies are approaching peak spend and the introduction of non-domestic retail competition - an industry milestone - is only a few months away. 

With companies under pressure to meet environmental standards, improve customer service and maintain below-inflation price increases, while also facing and increased competition, the need to drive efficiency and innovation into their practices has never been greater. 

ICE's half day seminar will feature presentations of views from across the water sector, covering:

  • How technical, commercial and procurement  strands are being optimised and integrated to achieve lowest whole life cost, sustainable services and affordability for customers - with Dale Evans, Managing Director @onealliance, Anglian Water
  • Hear from Jacob Wood, Principal Economist at Ofwat, on the importance of efficiency and how targets can be met, plus how future changes to regulation will contribute to the efficiency drive
  • Potential impact of the Competition Act 2017, a look ahead to price Review 2019 and AMP7 and optimum models for company practice with Tony Conway, visiting Professor of Water, University of Sheffield

Book your place today to understand the progress being made, learn new approaches and implement efficiency improvements with a clear grasp of the regulatory landscape. Tickets cost £40 +VAT and include four presentations, expertly Chaired with interactive question sessions, and full networking access at the post event drinks reception. 


Why attend

  • Hear the latest views on progress through AMP6 from leading industry figures
  • Understand the potential for efficiency improvements throughout all aspects of the supply chain
  • Network and exchange best practice, experiences and ideas with delegates from throughout the supply chain
  • Learn how alliancing can increase efficiency of operations and reduce environmental impact
  • Understand the potential impacts of the Competition Act 2017, Price Review 19 and considerations for the next regulatory and investment periods

Who should attend

  • Asset managers 
  • Strategy managers 
  • Contractors 
  • Capital delivery managers 
  • Consultants 
  • Clients 
  • Regulators 
  • Product suppliers




Network with professionals from across the supply chain, contact George Kalathil on 
+44 (0)20 7665 2467
 or email 

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