WEEC Conference Opening Session
Executive Energy Briefing
Wednesday, October 31, 2012 / 8:15AM - 11:50AM

 



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8:30-9:15AM
Maneuver Center of Excellence Band, Fort Benning, GA

Presentation of the Colors: 94th Airlift Wing Dobbins Base Honor Guard

Chair: Michael Mondshine, Vice President, Senior Policy Analyst, Science Applications International Corporation


9:00-9:10AM
Welcome From AEE

Albert Thumann,
P.E., C.E.M.,
Executive Director,
Association of Energy
Engineers


9:10-9:25AM
Remarks & Welcome


Governor Nathan
Deal






9:25-10:25AM
Leadership during
Crisis & Change

General Colin L.
Powell, USA (Ret.)


10:25-10:50AM
Energy: A New World
of Opportunity


JT Grumski, Senior Vice
President & Business Unit
General Manager,
Science Applications
International Corporation


10:50-11:15AM
Smart Energy: A Strategic Framework for Customer Satisfaction

Susan Story,
CEO & President,
Southern Company Services

11:15-11:50AM
Energy Policy: Past, Present & Future
and
Special Video Message from President Jimmy Carter

Jay Hakes,
Director,
Jimmy Carter Presidential
Library & Museum


Wednesday Exhibit Hall Luncheon
Wednesday, October 31, 2012/ 12:00noon

WEEC Keynote Luncheon
Friday, November 2, 2012 / 11:15AM - 1:00PM

Featured Keynote Speaker Ahmad AlSa'adi, Vice President Gas Operations, Saudi Aramco



The Wednesday Luncheon held in the Exhibit Hall will feature Ahmad AlSa'adi, Vice President of Gas Operations at Saudi Aramco. He will speak on the history of Saudi Aramco, its role in global energy market sustainability, the energy future, and its commitment to the implementation of corporate energy and environmental management programs.


The Wednesday Luncheon is free for paid conference and seminar attendees. Advance tickets may be purchased for $20 on the WEEC registration page for all others.

 

Breaking News: Iran & U.S. Elections - What it Means for the Energy Industry



Join us Friday, November 2nd, for the Closing Keynote Luncheon. Featured Speaker, Ted Koppel, Special Correspondent, NBC News' Rock Center, Contributing Columnist for The New York Times, & Legendary Anchor of ABC News' Nightline, will talk about how current events in the Middle East will affect energy prices and how the energy policies of President Barack Obama and the Republican nominee differ.


The Keynote Luncheon is free for paid conference attendees. Advance tickets may be puchased for $50 on the WEEC registration page for all others.

Wednesday Conference Program
Thursday Conference Program
Friday Conference Program