Annual Meeting Agenda 2014

36th Annual Meeting / October 15-17, 2014
Hotel Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico

It takes energy to make useable energy. It takes energy to clean the air we need to breath. It takes energy to get and clean the water we drink and use. It takes energy to get the fuel from which we can make usable energy. And when we talk about solid fuels, it takes energy, water and air to convert that stored energy into usable thermal or electric energy. Hence the theme for this year’s annual meeting:

Energy 2014+
The Nexus of Energy, Air, Water, Fuel & Energy

It is impossible to make or do anything without energy. And the cost of energy impacts everything we make or do. For years, Climate Change (Manmade Global Warming) has been and continues to be the driver for the environmental community and their supporters in the Obama Administration including the President. With the 2014 Clean Power Plan proposal, this administration could reshape the energy landscape for the foreseeable future raising the cost of energy to drive the need of energy efficiency, renewable energy sources and adversely impact the poor, less fortunate, retired people on fixed incomes and all those people and companies who cannot afford the capital cost to improve efficiency to keep their energy costs stable. Whenever energy costs go up something else has to go. Sometimes, it is the company.

This year’s annual meeting is extremely important. The questions to consider include. Why do I need Steam/thermal energy? Is Natural Gas the Answer? Is electrification the answer? Who pays for the increased cost of energy? What happens to the cost of water and fuel? What will industrial energy be in the coming years? Consider these and more this October in Santa Fe.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

8:00 AM Golf Tournament Registration – Kiva C Foyer
Breakfast on own and we will need drivers to the course
9:00 Annual Jerry Debban Memorial Golf Tournament
Towa Golf Club

 

Robert L. Corbin, CIBO Honorary Member  & CIBO Member Consultant
Tournament Play Master

Lunch and Drinks Provided

CIBO members gather in honor of Jerry Debban, a true industrial energy promoter and friend, for camaraderie, networking and Annual Meeting preparation.

Proceeds from the sale of Mulligans and member contributions at the tournament will be donated to Washington Children’s Hospital to help fight childhood cancer.

2:30 – 5:00 Annual Meeting Registration Kiva C Foyer
4:00 – 5:30 Joint Membership & Communication Education & Outreach Committee Meeting
Kiva A

Denis J. Oravec, AAI-JMP Engineering
William (Bill) H. Gurski,  Zeeco, Inc.
John (Jay) Hofmann, Trinity Consultants, Inc.

6:00 – 7:00 Newcomers’ Reception & Golf Tournament Awards – Patio/Canyon
(Sponsored by CIBO Associate Members)
7:00 Southwestern BBQ

Thursday, October 16, 2014

7:00 – 9:00 AM Buffet Breakfast – Patio/Canyon
8:00 Opening Session – Formal Annual Meeting – Kiva AB
(CIBO Members & Invited Guests only)

John C. deRuyter, E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Company
CIBO Chairman
8:15 CIBO Operations Reports for 2014

Report of the Membership and 2014 CIBO Annual Survey

Committee Chairman Robert L. Corbin, CIBO Member Consultant
Candler P. Marriott, CIBO Manager, Membership & Committee Services

Report on CIBO Litigation
Lisa M. Jaeger, Bracewell & Giuliani, LLP

Report of the Secretary-Treasurer
Carl R. Bozzuto, ALSTOM Power, Inc.

President’s Annual Report to Members
Robert D. Bessette, CIBO President

9:35 Nominating Committee Report & Election of Directors

Mark Calmes, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Vice-Chairman

9:45 Coffee Break
10:00 36th Annual Meeting Opening Session (open to all attendees)


John C. deRuyter, E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Company
CIBO Chairman

10:00 The National Industrial Energy Environment

Energy Implications on Everything We Do
Bret Toplyn, Ventyx

Environmental Regulatory Activity
Robert (Bob) Wayland, US EPA

11:30 Global Climate Change Activities and Energy

Senator Jeff Bingaman, New Mexico,
Steyer-Taylor Center Stanford University

12:00 Lunch – Patio/Canyon
1:15 Meeting Resumes
IT TAKES ENERGY TO MAKE OR DO ANYTHING
1:15 The NEXUSES


Clean the AIR, But at What Benefit?
Michael Honeycutt, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Provide Clean and Usable Natural and Recycled WATER
Richard F. Anderson, United States Council of Mayors

Make and Bring ELECTRICITY to Consumers
John Hughes, ELCON

But At What Cost?
Scott Darling, Alcoa, Inc.

3:15 Coffee Break
3:30 IS NATURAL GAS THE ANSWER?


Dena E. Wiggins,  NGSA
Mike Housley, The Legacy Group
Jim Hoyt, Tate & Lyle / User

General Discussion

5:30 Session Adjourns for the Day
6:00 – 7:00 Reception – Amayo Patio
7:15 Dinner, Awards Banquet – Amayo Patio

Rich Galen, Mullings, Guest Speaker

 

Annual CIBO Thorn-in-The-Side Award

Friday, October 17, 2014

7:00 -8:30 AM Hot Buffet Breakfast – Patio/Canyon
8:30 36th Annual Meeting Issues & Policy Session
CIBO Members & Invited Guests Only – Kiva AB
8:30 Government Affairs Session – Kiva AB 

Getting Things Done in the 113th and 114th Congress
Anthony Reed, Archer Daniels Midland Company
Chris Keuleman, International Paper
Lisa M. Jaeger, Bracewell & Giuliani, LLP

10:00 Coffee Break
10:15 Energy & Environmental Issues Overview and ICI Implications

Moderator: Rob Kaufmann, Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC
Maxine Dewbury, The Proctor & Gamble Company
Jason Philpott, Eastman Chemical Company
Chuck Hallier, Cargill Inc.
Gary Merritt, Inter-Power/AhlCon Partners, L.P.

12:15-1:00 Buffet Lunch – Kiva C
1:00 Strategic Thinking for the Future – Kiva C


Moderator: John (Jay) Hofmann, Trinity Consultants, Inc.
Ann McIver, Citizens Thermal
Doug Irvin, Darling International Inc.
Paul Kempf, The University of Notre Dame
Robert (Bob) Bibb, Bibb Engineers, Architects & Constructors

3:00 Annual Meeting Adjourns
6:00 – 7:00 Stragglers Reception – Suite 1