Aspen Clean Energy Roundtable® 2012

Aspen Clean Energy Roundtable 2012

PROGRAM PDF VENUE REGISTER NOW 2012 SPEAKERS PAST PRESENTATIONS

Roundtable Speakers:

The Hon John
Hickenlooper

Governor,
State of
Colorado,

Denver
Dave Todd
Vice President,
Natural Gas
Production,

Shell,
Houston
Mike McKelvy
President,
Government,
Environment, &
Infrastructure,

CH2M Hill,
Denver
Craig Scott
Product
Planning Manager,
Environmental
Vehicles,

Toyota,
Torrance
Sarah Ball Teslik
SVP, Policy
and Governance,

Apache
Corporation,

Houston
Guy Lewis
Strategic
Marketing Director,
Gas Processing
& Hydrogen,

Honeywell/UOP
Kate Fay
Senior Advisor
for Energy
and Climate,

EPA Region 8,
Denver
Carl Rush
SVP, Organic
Growth Group,

Waste
Management,

Houston
Brandon Owens
Renewable
Energy Strategy
& Analysis,

GE Energy,
Boulder
Dr Michael
Gallagher

Sr Advisor,
Fmr Pres, COO,
& Board Member,

Westport
Innovations
Robert Carrick
Western Region
Manager,
Natural Gas,

Freightliner
Trucks
Dr Mark Ehsani
Director,
Sustainable Energy
& Vehicles
,
Texas A&M
Terry Penney
Director,
Advanced Vehicles,

NREL,
Golden
Dr Amory Lovins
Chairman &
Chief Scientist,

Rocky Mountain
Institute
Becky English
Director,
Sierra Club,
Denver
Tim Wigley
President
Western Energy
Alliance,

Denver
James Burns
General
Manager LNG,

Shell,
Houston
Dickon Pinner
Co-Lead,
Sustainability and
Resource
Productivity

McKinsey,
San Francisco
Bill Shutkin
President & CEO,
Presidio
Graduate
School
Dr Craig Taylor
Dir, Renewables
Materials Sci
& Engineering,

Colorado School
of Mines
Gov Bill Ritter, Jr.
Director, Center
for the New Energy
Economy,

Colorado State
University
Rob Gardner
Manager,
Economics
and Energy,

ExxonMobil,
Irving
Auden Schendler
Executive Director,
Sustainability,

Aspen Skiing
Company,

Aspen
David Hill
Vice President,
Natural Gas
Economy
Operations,

Encana
Jim Bolander
SVP – V+ Resource
Development,

Southwestern
Energy
,
Houston
MONDAY, JUNE 4, 2012:

Morning/Afternoon Arrivals into Aspen, Hotel and Roundtable Registrations
Interviews and Private Networking & Investment Sessions, 2:00 – 5:00 pm
Registration and Opening Welcome Cocktail Reception, 5:00 – 6:00 pm, Hotel Jerome Terrace

Dinners on own in Aspen

TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2012:

Registration & Continental Breakfast, 7:15 – 8:15 am: Ballroom, Hotel Jerome

1) REINVENTING FIRE: IMAGINING & DESIGNING CHANGES FOR OUR WORLD

Bold Business Solutions for the New Energy Era
8:15 – 9:15 am

Dr Amory Lovins, Chairman & Chief Scientist, Rocky Mountain Institute
Craig Scott, Product Planning Manager, Environmental Vehicles, Toyota, Torrance (chair)

Morning Break, 9:15 – 9:30 am

Roundtable Welcome & Participant Introductions, 9:30 – 9:45 am

2) ROUNDTABLE KEYNOTE SESSION

Natural Resources in Colorado and the West: Meeting Expectations for Transparency,
Responsibility, and Industry’s License to Operate

9:45 – 11:30 am

The Hon John Hickenlooper, Governor, State of Colorado
Kate Fay, Senior Advisor, Energy & Climate, U.S. EPA Region 8, Denver
David Todd, Vice President, Natural Gas Production, Shell, Houston
Mike McKelvy, President, Government, Environment, & Infrastructure, CH2M Hill, Denver

Short Break

3) CLEANER HYDROCARBONS: Optimizing Investments in Natural Gas

11:30 am – 12:45 pm

Rob Gardner, Manager, Economics and Energy, ExxonMobil, Irving
Jim Bolander, SVP – V+ Resource Development, Southwestern Energy, Houston
Guy Lewis, Strategic Marketing Director, Gas Processing & Hydrogen, UOP Honeywell
Dickon Pinner, Co-Lead, Sustainability and Resource Productivity, McKinsey, San Francisco
Joe Browder, Partner, Dunlap & Browder, Washington (chair)

Luncheon outdoors, 12:45 – 1:30 pm: Garden Terrace of Hotel Jerome

Return from luncheon to ballroom

4) THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORTATION FUELS AND POWERTRAINS, Part I

Natural Gas for Transportation: Supply, Infrastructure, and Benefits to Customers
1:30 – 3:00 pm

Dr Mike Gallagher, Sr Advisor, Fmr Pres, COO, & Board Member, Westport Innovations (chair)
James Burns, General Manager LNG, Shell, Houston
Jeff Reed, Director, Market Development & Technology, SoCal Gas – Sempra Utilities
David Hill, Vice President, Natural Gas Economy Operations, Encana Natural Gas
Robert Carrick, Western Region Manager – Natural Gas, Freightliner Trucks

Afternoon Break, 3:00 – 3:30 pm

5) THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORTATION FUELS AND POWERTRAINS, Part II

EVs, Hybrids, and Hydrogen
3:30 – 5:00 pm

Terry Penney, Director, Advanced Vehicles, NREL, Golden (chair)
Craig Scott, Product Planning Manager, Environmental Vehicles, Toyota, Torrance
Dr Mark Ehsani, Director, Sustainable Energy & Vehicles, Texas A&M
David Altman, Government Sales Engineer, Eaton Corporation, Denver

Cocktail Reception, 5:00 – 6:00 pm

Dinners on own in Aspen

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2012:

Continental Breakfast, 7:15 – 8:00 am

6) BREAKFAST KEYNOTE

8:00 – 8:45 am

Gov Bill Ritter, Jr, Director, Center for the New Energy Economy, Colorado State University

Short Break

7) ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION ON ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Public Acceptance, Expectations, and Partnerships: Working with Stakeholders,
Regulators and Policymakers – and Customers

9:00 – 10:30 am

Sarah Ball Teslik, SVP, Policy & Governance, Apache Corporation, Houston
Tim Wigley, President, Western Energy Alliance, Denver
Becky English, Director, Sierra Club, Denver
Auden Schendler, VP, Sustainability, Aspen Skiing Company, Aspen
Bill Shutkin, President and CEO, Presidio Graduate School
Mark Proegler, Director, Policy, BP, Houston (chair)

Morning Break, 10:30 – 11:00 am

8) MAJOR CLEAN ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS

Designing and Financing Infrastructure for Fueling and Charging;
Anticipating Energy Technologies for Tomorrow

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Brandon Owens, Renewable Energy Strategy & Analysis, GE Energy, Boulder
Dr Craig Taylor, Dir, Renewables Materials Sci & Engineering, Colorado School of Mines
Jamie Resor, CEO, GroSolar, Columbia, MD

Box Lunches and Close of Roundtable, 12:45 pm

Dina Clifford, Director of Marketing +1 (303) 534-2500 ext. 2 | Dina.Clifford@CleanEnergy.com

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