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Siemens is a proud Strategic Partner at CERAWeek 2016, demonstrating our commitment to investment and innovation across the energy value chain.
CERAWeek provides an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the forces and trends shaping the energy industry – from oil and gas, to wind, to distributed power generation, to smart grid technologies, digitalization and everything in between. The panel discussions and plenaries offer in-depth insight and analysis into how energy developments are shaping economic growth and driving human progress.
This year’s theme of ‘Energy Transition: Strategies for a New World’ focuses on the responses to low prices; what’s ahead for markets, investment, costs and technology; the environmental agenda, including responses to Paris 2015; emerging competitive strategies and industry structure; and regulatory policy and geopolitics. Participants encompass all regions and industry segments – oil, natural gas, power, nuclear and renewables.
The CERAWeek Executive Conference is comprised of 120+ keynotes, plenaries and strategic dialogues, as well as a myriad of opportunities for informal exchange and relationship building - including Insight Dinners, receptions and Expert Dialogues. The CERAWeek Partnership Program allows select leading companies enhanced access and participation in the exclusive private events held throughout the week.
Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser is participating in: Global CEO Dialogue on Tuesday, February 23rd at 10:30 am
Siemens USA President and CEO, Eric Spiegel is participating in: Clean Power Plan, What Now? on Wednesday, February 24th at 7:30 pm
Siemens Managing Board Member Lisa Davis is participating in: Power Markets, Policy & Technology Plenary on Thursday, February 25th at 10:25 am
Siemens Sponsored Breakfast Dialogue:
“Canadian Oil & Gas: What do Markets and Political Changes Mean?”
Dr. Juergen Brandes, CEO, Siemens Process Industries & Drives Division, to give opening remarks
7:30 – 8:45 am
Joe Kaeser to participate in “The Global CEO Dialogue/ Panel”
Moderator: Daniel Yergin, CERAWeek Conference Chairman
Panelists include Ryan Lance, CEO of ConocoPhillips
10:30 – 11:15 am
Insight Dinner Dialogue: Clean Power Plan, What Now?
The United States Supreme Court ordered a stay of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan implementation on February 9th. This dinner discussion will explore the path forward and assess the impact on the pace of change in fuels and technologies used to supply US electricity demands.
Eric Spiegel to participate as a panelist
7:30 – 9:00 pm
Breakfast & Strategic Dialogue “Latin America Renewables Heating Up: Thermal Competing or Complementing?”
Featuring Jose Aparicio, VP, Siemens Power & Gas Mesoamerica
Stephane Landry - SVP Strategy & Market Development, Brookfield Renewable Partner
Lluis Noguera - Director Strategy & Business Development, Global Power Generation
7:30 – 8:45 am
Breakfast & Strategic Dialogue “Electricity Consumers: What do They Want?”
Badar Khan - President, Direct Energy
Steven Koonin - Director, NYU Center for Urban Science & Progress
Alexander Edwards - President, Strategic Vision
7:30 – 8:45 am
Lisa Davis to participate in the “Power Markets, Policy & Technology Plenary" panel
Moderator: Carlos Pascual, Senior Vice President, Global Energy, International Affairs, IHS
Mohamed Al Hammad – CEO, Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation and
Enrique Ochoa Reza – CEO, Federal Electricity Commission of Mexico
10:25 – 11:25 am
Siemens supplies a broad spectrum of products, services and solutions that support upstream, midstream and downstream applications. We help our customers improve safety and security with a clear focus to reduce upfront costs and enhance operational efficiency. With our acquisition of Dresser-Rand and the addition of Rolls-Royce Energy’s aero-derivative gas turbine business, Siemens now has an installed base of more than 120,000 compressors, gas turbines and steam turbines. Our portfolio also includes motor and drive systems, automation technology, and advanced industrial software.