June 2021 EES Committee Meeting Agenda

CEUs will be offered for both meetings (0.8 CEU or 8 hours) or for individual meetings
(0.3 CEU for Eng and Enviro each and 0.2 for SWG). A request for CEU credits should
be noted on the meeting registration from the CIBO Website.


Virtual Energy Committee Meeting
Tuesday June 8, 2021 EST / 2:00 to 5:00 PM

Committee Chairs: Kristine Davies, Trinity Consultants, Inc. and Vice Chair: Thuy Mai, DuPont
• Introductions & Directions
2:00 PM Climate Change, Rich Gold, Holland & Knight
• Biden Climate/Clean Energy – Key Elements, Industrial Sector
• Capitol Hill – “Clean Futures Act” legislation
• Infrastructure – “American Jobs Plan”
2:30 DOE Programs, Bob Gemmer, DOE
• DOE – R&D, Grant and Pilot Program Funding
3:00 Regulatory Topics
SCC – Under Revision – Implications, Ross Eisenberg, ACC
U.S. GHG Reduction Goals – Regulate via CES vs. EPA-CAA, Christopher Van Atten, Environmental Resources Management
3:45 Environmental Justice, Lisa Jaeger, Bracewell LLC and Kristine Davies, Trinity Consultants, Inc.
State – level developments
Federal – Biden Interagency / regulatory review and agenda
4:15 Business Community Perspectives, Marty Durbin, US Chamber of Commerce
5:00 Meeting Adjourns

Virtual Environmental Committee Meeting
Wednesday June 9, 2021 EST / 12:00 to 5:00 PM

Committee Chairs: Mike Zebell, Environmental Resources Management. and Vice Chair: Robin Ridgway, Purdue University
Introductions & Directions
12:00 PM Texas Freeze – Power Crisis, Jay Hofmann, Trinity Consultants, Inc.
Causes, Effects, Implications TX & Nationally
12:30 An Industrial De-Carbonized Future, Joe Cresko, DOE
• Implications for Industrial Fuel Use
1:00 Technology Focus, Carl Bozzuto, CIBO Consultant
• Large – Scale CCS and Energy Storage
1:45 MOG Update, Skip Kropp, Steptoe & Johnson
2:00 Litigation Update, Lisa Jaeger, Bracewell LLC

Virtual Sustainability Working Group (SWG) Meeting

Committee Chair: Sharon Nolen, Eastman Chemical Company
3:00 Introductions, Sharon Nolen, Eastman Chemical Company and Alex Stoddard, CIBO
Purpose of CIBO Sustainability Working Group (“SWG”), Sharon Nolen, Eastman Chemical Company and Alex Stoddard, CIBO
3:15 Introduction, Phil McKenzie, International Paper

Biogenic Fuels, Paul Noe, AF&PA
• Carbon Neutrality – Biomass: making the case

3:45 CES and Thermal Energy / CHP, Neal Elliott, ACEEE
Industrial Energy Implications – Current Proposals
4:15 Climate Risk and GHG Reporting, Benroy Chan, Schneider Electric
• SEC Regulatory – Corporate Reporting ESG
Meeting Adjourns