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KEYNOTE SESSION PLENARY SESSION MEGA-SESSIONS
BUSINESS TRENDS &
REGULATORY ISSUES
CLEAN COAL
TECHNOLOGIES
DISTRIBUTED
RENEWABLE POWER
EMISSIONS CONTROL ENERGY STORAGE

FLEXIBLE GENERATION
ON-SITE POWER

GAS TURBINE
TECHNOLOGIES
GAS-FIRED
POWER PLANTS
MATERIAL HANDLING
NUCLEAR POWER PLANT
PERFORMANCE
POWER PROJECT
FINANCING
THE DIGITAL
POWER PLANT
UTILITY-SCALE
RENEWABLE POWER
ALL SESSIONS


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Tracks = Business Trends & Regulatory Issues I, Business Trends & Regulatory Issues II
1:30 PM-3:30 PM
Room: N229
Format: Panel

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The power industry business model is projected to change more in the coming decade than in the previous 100 years. Much of this change involves new technologies, business, and regulatory models around distributed energy resources (DER) including distributed renewables and other generation resources. ...read more...

Session Chair
Thomas Lubnow, Jr.
Vice President
MPR Associates Inc.
United States
Session Co-Chair
Tom Cornell
Vice President Sales & Commercial Operations SF&ES
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas
United States
Panelist 1
Neil Placer
Director of Utility Services Consulting
EnerNeX
United States
Panelist 2
Stan Faryniarz, CEP
Principal
Daymark Energy Advisors, Inc.
United States
Panelist 4
Subbarao Govindaraju
President
SVG Consulting
United States
Panelist 5
Kevin Casey
Managing Director
Beaufort Rosemary LLC
United States

1:30 PM-3:30 PM
Room: N227
Format: Panel

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The natural gas and renewables revolutions have created outstanding opportunities for U.S. industries and consumers as well as export markets. Delivering power reliably and economically, especially over long distances, comes with significant challenges. This session will look at drivers for natural gas and power ...read more...

Session Chair
Bradley Patterson
Managing Director, Business Development
Duke Energy Commercial Transmission
United States
Session Co-Chair
Gunseli Shareef, Ph.D.
Vice President Power Sector
AECOM
United States
Panelist 1
Peter Hubbard
Project Manager
Pace Global - Energy Business Advisory (a Siemens Business)
United States
Panelist 2
Joseph McCallister
Dir Nat Gas Oil & Emissions
Duke Energy
United States
Panelist 3
Paul Smith
Director, Business Development
Kinder Morgan
United States
Panelist 4
Thomas Graves
Market Strategist
Burns & McDonnell Engineering
United States
Panelist 5
Carol Liggett, M.B.A., M.I.M., P.M.P.
Project Director
AECOM
United States

9:30 AM-11:30 AM
Room: N229
Format: Paper

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Traditional power generation business models face challenges in today’s evolving power markets. Adaptation is essential. This session explores various industry and market dynamics and how power generators are adapting their business models to ensure business objectives while meeting or exceeding customer demands.  



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Session Chair
Joyce Dasch
Power Marketing Manager
Emerson Automation Solutions
United States
Session Co-Chair
Dan Shelledy
Business Development Manager, Energy Solutions
Wartsila North America Inc.
United States
Presentation/Paper
Speaker
Matti Rautkivi
General Manager, Origination
Wärtsilä North America
United States
Speaker
Nancy Bui-Thompson
Member of the Board of Directors
Sacramento Municipal Utility District
United States
Speaker
Parker Hills
Senior Energy Consultant
Burns & McDonnell Engineering Co.
United States

9:30 AM-11:30 AM
Room: N227
Format: Paper

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Ever-changing regulations and market conditions are driving those in the power industry to either change or be left behind. As companies try to adapt to this evolution, they cannot overlook the importance of recruiting and training top talent and managing the workforce, which ...read more...

Session Chair
David Walls
Managing Director
Navigant Consulting Inc.
United States
Session Co-Chair
Jim Frank
Sales & Marketing
ABB Inc.
United States
Presentation/Paper
Speaker
Dan Carnovale
Manager of Eaton’s Power Systems Experience Center
Eaton
United States
Speaker
Dale Probasco
Managing Director, Global Generation Services
Navigant
United States
Co-Author
Robert Ruhlman
Associate Director
Navigant Consulting Inc.
United States

1:30 PM-3:30 PM
Room: N229
Format: Panel

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Markets are experiencing a number of new trends that challenge their traditional role: increased penetration of intermittent renewables, distributed generation, continued low energy prices, stranded assets, etc. Which policy options are available to energy markets to ensure supply reliability? Are the artificial boundaries ...read more...

Session Chair
Gary Sutherland
Relationship Manager - Business Development
Hydro-Quebec
Canada
Session Co-Chair
John Hoeft
Sales Director – J920
GE Power
United States
Panelist 1
Sherry Orton
Senior Analyst
Doyle Trading Consultants
United States
Panelist 2
Zeryai Hagos
Growth & Strategy Director
GE Power
United States
Panelist 3
Soam Goel
Partner
Anbaric Development Partners
United States
Panelist 4
Phil Pettingill
Director, Regional Integration
California ISO
United States

1:30 PM-3:30 PM
Room: N227
Format: Paper

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The Paris Accord has been ratified by 143 nations.  The agreement will impact energy policy in these countries and determine what sources of generation will continue to be used and what types of plants will be built. This session will examine energy markets in ...read more...

Session Chair
Block Andrews
Strategic Environmental Solutions Director
Burns & McDonnell
United States
Presentation/Paper
Speaker
Andrew Storfer
CEO - Chief Executive Officer
America Energia S.A.
Brazil
Co-Author
Hugo Yamagushi
Assessor of the Energy Directorate of the São Paulo Sanitation and Energy Regulatory Agency – ARSESP
São Paulo Sanitation and Energy Regulatory Agency – ARSESP
Brazil