Philippe Flichy, Director, Weatherford
Big Data, Cloud, RFIDs, and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are part of a Digital Transformation, a common theme which can be observed across many industries.
Andrew Johnston, Chief Evangelist, Resilient Grid and Director, Navigant Consulting
If the grid of the 20th century was built in the image of the greatest generation and the Eisenhower Administration, then the grid of the 21st century is built in the image of millennials.
James W. Vick, SVP Business Information Services, Southwestern Energy
New technologies being born out of necessity, futuristic thinking or simply intelligent innovation are a constant in any line of business.
Lynn Barnes, VP, Data Analytics & Insights, Ameren
To deliver safe, reliable, and affordable energy, Ameren relies on the hard work and dedication of our 8600 co-workers to manage and operate a variety of energy centers, tens of thousands of miles of wiring and gas mains....
Eugene Litvinov, Chief Technologist, ISO New England Inc.
Power Industry is facing revolutionary changes. The direction of the US Government to low carbon footprint and, as a consequence, high penetration of Renewable Energy Resources and Smart Grid Technologies are completely transforming planning a...
Ed Bodie, Information Technology Manager, Santee Cooper
Santee Cooper is an 82-year-old electric and water utility with approximately 1,730 employees and facilities across the entire state of South Carolina.
Shay Bahramirad, Director of Smart Grid and Technology, ComEd
Aleksi Paaso, Sr Smart Grid Specialist, ComEd
Many believe that the energy industry is going through radical changes where the traditional practices and business models will need to be carefully revisited.
Lee Laviolette, Managing Director and Global Oil & Gas Leader, Navigant Consulting
For decades, executives asked “What is the value of automation?” in areas like remote tank farms and manifolds. To many, making those investments was a leap of faith.
Paul McElhinney, President & CEO, GE’s Power Services business, GE Power [NYSE:GE]
Today’s energy landscape looks drastically different than in years past, and it is certain to continue to evolve to ensure more reliable and available power to more people.
Joe Krkoska, Director-Supply Chain, Dow AgroSciences
In history books of the future, today’s society will be portrayed as a period of unprecedented information availability that enabled productivity increases as significant as the global industrial revolution.