Save the date | 2018 Deloitte Energy Conference
Optimizing the modern energy ecosystem
May 15–16, 2018 | Arlington, VA
The 2018 Deloitte Energy Conference will be hosted May 15–16, 2018, in Arlington, VA. Registration will open in January 2018.
2016 Energy Conference retrospective report
The retrospective report provides insights into the discussions held at the conference, providing a snapshot of the major issues and trends the energy industry is facing and seeing today. Conference materials and related thought leadership can be accessed through the links in the document. Read the report to identify the many ways in which energy companies are leading the way in leveraging exponential technologies.
About the 2016 Energy Conference
During this two-day conference, a series of keynote speeches, panel discussions, and breakout sessions provided an in-depth analysis of the key developments and challenges facing both our global and domestic energy markets. We analyzed how technology is transforming the energy industry, just like it has changed the telecommunications, financial services, retail, and automotive industries. We discussed how the ubiquitous deployment of networked sensors, microprocessors, mobile technology, and analytics have already played into the energy value chain, and how it will change business models.
Day one: Tuesday, June 21, 2016
- North American Utility Landscape
- 2016 Energy Outlook
- Innovation in Global Power and Utilities
- Unconventional Oil and Gas
- CFO Insights: Disruptive Innovation is the New Normal
- Leading Transformation in the US Energy Industry
- Emerging Business Models
- Energy Investment Environment
- Emerging Technologies
- The Path Forward
- Dinner and evening event
Smithsonian Institute National Museum of American History
7:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m.
Grand Hyatt Washington
1000 H Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
Tuesday, June 21, 2016 8:00 a.m.
Wednesday, June 22, 2016 1:30 p.m.
Day two: Wednesday, June 22, 2016
- Industry and Regulatory Perspectives
First elective session
- Alternative Energy – Outlook for Growth Remains Strong
- Energy Accounting, Financial Reporting, and SEC Update
- Oil and Gas: LNG at the Crossroads
- Strategic Value of Risk Management
Second elective session
- Clean Power Plan: Coordinating Actions Between Federal, State, and Power and Utilities Stakeholders
- How the Changing Energy Landscape Will Play Out in Disputes
- NERC CIP Standards for the Utility Industry
- The Smart Power Ecosystem – A Discussion on Competitive Positioning
- The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies
- Douglas J. Arent, Executive Director of the Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
- Andrew M. Behrman, Partner, Baker Botts LLP
- Felicia Brown, Vice President Risk Management and Chief Risk Officer, AVANGRID, Inc.
- H. Ward Camp, Chief Regulatory Affairs Officer, Edison Energy, LLC
- Paul Camuti, Chief Technology Officer, Ingersoll Rand
- Ron Chebra, Principal, Utility Consulting Services, Schneider Electric
- Sarah Dunham, Director, Office of Atmospheric Programs, US Environmental Protection Agency
- Dr. S. Julio Friedmann, Chief Energy Innovation Fellow, Lawrence Livermore National Lab
- James T. Gallagher, Executive Director, New York State Smart Grid Consortium
- Andres Gluski, President and Chief Executive Officer, The AES Corporation
- Lynn Good, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Duke Energy
- Christopher B. Holt, Assistant General Counsel Litigation, NRG Energy, Inc.
- Jeffrey R. Holzschuh, Chairman, Institutional Securities, Morgan Stanley
- John Judge, Chief Risk Officer, First Energy
- John Jung, President and Chief Executive Officer, Greensmith Energy Management Systems
- Peter L. Kelley, Vice President, Public Affairs, American Wind Energy Association
- Tom Kimbis, Interim President and Chief Executive Officer, Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA)
- Robert L. Kleinberg, PhD, Schlumberger Fellow, Schlumberger
- Rod Kuckro, Reporter, E&E's EnergyWire
- Andrew McAfee, Researcher, Writer, and MIT Professor
- Guru Nadkarni, Vice President, Strategic Planning, Consolidated Edison
- David K. Owens, Executive Vice President, Business Operations Group and Regulatory Affairs, Edison Electric Institute
- Marie Potter, Manager, IT Operations and Compliance, Exelon
- Jennifer Pulliam, Senior Director, TXU Solutions, TXU Energy
- Adam E. Sieminski, Administrator, US Energy Information Administration
- Margaret Mary (Peggy) Smyth, Chief Financial Officer, National Grid, US
- David Terry, Executive Director, National Association of State Energy Officials
- James (Jim) P. Torgerson, Chief Executive Officer, AVANGRID, Inc.
- Bert Valdman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Optimum Energy LLC
- Anthony Charles Walsh, Global Chief Litigation Counsel, GE Power & Water
- Kevin Yates, Head of Energy Management Division, Siemens US and Canada
- John F. Young, President and Chief Executive Officer, Energy Future Holdings