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2017 Washington Clean Air Summit

May 2 - 4, 2017

Washington, D.C.

 

 Registration to open soon!


Schedule of Events

 

Tuesday, May 2

- 5:00-7:00PM: Welcome Reception 

 

Wednesday, May 3

-8:00AM-5:00PM: Panel Discussions (See more details below)

 

-5:00-6:00PM: Networking Reception

 

-7:00-9:00PM: ICAC Member Dinner

 

Thursday, May 4

-8:30-9:30AM: ICAC Membership Meeting

 

-10:30AM-4:30PM: Meetings with White House, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and Congressional Meetings*

 

*Details of Thursday meetings to be announced as confirmed

 


May 3rd Panel Discussions

 

Welcome Remarks

 

Michael Corvese, President of ICAC Board of Directors and Director of Business Development, Thermo Fisher Scientific

 

The Global Transition to a New, Enhanced Energy Future in an Era of Global Political Transition

 

Jeff Holmstead, Attorney, Bracewell LLP and Former Assistant Administrator, U.S. EPA

 

Impact of the 2016 Election on the Future of Energy, Emissions Policies, Programs and Markets

 

Ross Eisenberg, Vice President of Energy and Resources Policy, National Association of Manufacturers (Invited)

 

Rick Kessler, Senior Democratic Adviser, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce

 

Monica Trauzzi, Managing Editor and Host, Environment & Energy News 

 

Other potential panelists include:

  • Bob Perciasepe, President, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions and Former Deputy Administrator, U.S. EPA. 
  • Neil Chatterjee, Policy Adviser to Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY)

The Major Forces Shaping Energy and Air Pollution Control Markets

 

Bob Bessette, President, Council of Industrial Boil Owners 

 

Jenny Fordham, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, Natural Gas Supply Association

 

Chet Thompson, President, American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers (Invited)

 

The Changes in Federal Regulation and State Programs Affecting Air Pollution Control, Energy Production and Use, and Industrial Activities

 

Marty Durbin, Executive Director, American Petroleum Institute (Invited)

 

Thomas Lorenzen, Attorney, Crowell & Moring

 

Clint Woods, Executive Director, Association of Air Pollution Control Agencies

 

Other Potential Panelists Include:

  • Louis Renjel, Vice President of Federal Government Affairs and Strategic Policy, Duke Energy Corp.

Carbon Emissions Management: Status Update, Expected Progress and Regulatory Issues

 

Fatima Ahmad, Solutions Fellow, Center for Climate and Energy Solution/National Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute

 

Shannon Angielski, Executive Director, Coal Utilization Research Council

 

Angelos Kokkinos, Director, Office of Advanced Fossil Technology Systems, U.S. Department of Energy

 

Other Potential Panelists Include:

  • Sarah Venuto, Senior Policy Adviser, Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-WV)

The extent of the pollution problem, expected emission reduction efforts, and the relevant factors affecting the future air pollution control market in key countries such as India and China.

 

Please check back soon for panelists!


 

Additional details regarding registration, lodging, speakers, meetings, networking opportunities and more will be announced as they become available.

 

Click here to view a summary of the 2016 Clean Air Summit. 

 

For more information, email icacinfo@icac.com

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