2013 Presentations


December 20 - Lunch

Net Metering, Feed-in-Tariffs and Value of Solar: Why All the Fuss?
Douglas Danley, Cooperative Research Network of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association

November 15 - Lunch

Emerging Energy Policy Approaches in the Administration's Second Term
Melanie Kenderdine, DOE's Energy Counselor to the Secretary and Director, Office of Energy Policy and Systems Analysis
No presentation yet available.

October 18 - Lunch

A Romp through Restructuring
Craig Glazer, Vice President – Federal Government Policy, PJM Interconnection

September 20 - Lunch

Impacts of Growing Oil and Gas Production on Energy Analysis
Tom Woods, a self employed consultant, Thomas J. Woods, LLC.

August 13 - Happy Hour

Energy Development in the Arctic
Yijing Zhong, recent graduate from SAIS and an intern at Brookings' Energy Security Initiative

August 2 - Lunch

BP Statistical Review of World Energy
Statistical Review
Mark Finley, BP General Manager, Global Energy Markets and US Economics

July 12 - Lunch

The Economic Benefits of Military Biofuels - Presentation Slides for July 2013
The Economic Benefits of Military Biofuels - Report Written November 2012
Dr. Joel Yudken, Ph.D., Principal, High Road Strategies, LLC

June 7 - Lunch

China's Rising Energy and Environmental Challenges
Ms. Sarah Forbes, Senior Associate for the Climate and Energy Program at the World Resources Institute

May 17 - Lunch

Weathering the Gale: The Refinery Industry Adjusts to New Supply/Demand Realities
Ms. Joanne Shore, Chief Industry Analyst, Government Relations/Outreach, American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers

April 9 - 17th Annual NCAC Washington Energy Policy Conference

The Energy-Water Nexus: Balancing Electricity Need and Environmental Concerns

Introduction and Opening Remarks
Peri Ulrey, President, National Capital Area Chapter, U.S. Association for Energy Economics
David Pumphrey, Co-director and Senior Fellow, Energy and National Security Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies

Technology Advances and Financing Options in Water Use and Power Generation
Vlad Dorjets (Moderator), Lead Industry Economist, U.S. Energy Information Administration
Presentation Jordan Macknick, Energy and Environmental Analyst, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Presentation Brian Armstrong, SAIC Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, LLC
Presentation Alicia Aponte, Global Strategic Intelligence, General Electric

Understanding Regional Differences in Water Use
Nicole Carter (Moderator), Specialist in Natural Resources Policy, Congressional Research Service
Tom Iseman, Director for Water Policy and Implementation, Western Governors Association
Presentation Jim Richenderfer, Director of Technical Programs, Susquehanna River Basin Commission
Presentation Paul Faeth, Director of Energy, Water and Climate, Institute for Public Research, CNA Corp.

Keynote Speaker
John Jimison (Moderator), Managing Director, Energy Futures Coalition
Presentation Linda Church Ciocci (Keynote Speaker), Executive Director, National Hydropower Association
AudioVideo Duration: 49.31


Balancing Regulatory Requirements and Environmental Concerns
Travis Fisher (Moderator), Regulatory Economist
Josh Johnson, Professional Staff Member, U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee
Presentation Richard Bozek, Director of Environmental Policy, Edison Electric Institute
Presentation David Hunter, Manager of Federal and Industry Affairs, Electric Power Research Institute
Presentation Ben Grumbles, President, U.S. Water Alliance

March 15 - Lunch

The Economics of Coal Emission Control Technologies
Ben Yamagata, Executive Director, Coal Utilization Research Council and Partner, Van Ness Feldman
(Presentation Unavailable)

February 12 - Annual Dinner

Quest - The Future of Energy
Dr. Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman of IHS and Founder of Cambridge Energy Research Associates
(Presentation Unavailable)

February 1 - Seminar

Natural Gas 101 Seminar
Dr. Ben Schlesinger, founder and president of BSA, LLC (Presentation Unavailable)

January 11 - Lunch

US LNG Exports: Truth and Consequence
Kenneth B Medlock III, Ph.D., James A Baker III and Susan G Baker Fellow in Energy and Resource Economics, and Senior Director, Center for Energy Studies, James A Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Adjunct Professor and Lecturer, Economics Department, Rice University
Note: This presentation was reported by Sean Sullivan of SNL Energy in an article called, Other countries expected to carve into US LNG export market

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