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CONFERENCE AGENDA

Wednesday, May 24th

0900 – 1500

Registration Open

Plaza Ballroom Foyer

1030 - 1100

Welcome and Opening General Session
 

  •  Brig Gen Jimmy Canlas, USAF, Commander,
    DLA Energy

  •  Ms. Gabby Earhardt, Director, Supplier Operations,
    DLA Energy

Plaza Ballroom

1115 - 1215

Breakout Session – DLA Energy Petroleum Mission

DLA Energy Petroleum-focused business units (Bulk Petroleum Products, Bulk Petroleum Supply Chain Services and Direct Delivery Fuels) will provide industry partners an overview of our acquisition programs in support of our Department of Defense and Whole of Government customers and an update on upcoming opportunities.
 

  • Mr. Josh Catlin, Director, Bulk Petroleum Products

  • Ms. Candis Schiefer, Deputy Director,
    Bulk Petroleum Products

  • Ms. Pat Littlejohn, Director, Bulk Petroleum Supply Chain Services

  • Mr. Gordon Braxton, Deputy Director, Bulk Petroleum Supply Chain Services

  • Mr. Jamaal Rose, Director, Direct Delivery Fuels

  • Mr. Ketah Watson, Deputy Director, Direct
    Delivery Fuels

Terrace

1115 - 1215

Breakout Session – DLA Energy Support to Installations
 

DLA Energy Installation-focused business units (Installation Energy and Utility Services) will provide industry partners an overview of our acquisition programs in support of our Department of Defense and Whole of Government customers and an update on upcoming opportunities.
 

  • Ms. Pam Griffith, Director, Installation Energy

  • Mr. Scott Taetsch, Deputy Director, Installation Energy

  • Ms. Martha Gray, Director, Utility Services

  • Ms. Laurie Carlson, Deputy Director, Utility Services

Arbor

1215 – 1330

Lunch

Lower Foyer

1345 - 1445

Synchronizing DoD’s Joint Petroleum Enterprise to Meet the Future Fight 


Learn how the FY22 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), Sec 352, Global Bulk Fuel Management and Delivery, will synchronize U.S. Transportation Command’s core competencies of global distribution, C2 and prioritization with DLA Energy’s core competencies in managing the CLIII(B) bulk petroleum supply chain.
 

  • U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM):
    Col Daniel Mendoza, USAF, Chief, Global Bulk Fuel
     

  • DLA Energy:
    Ms. Gabby Earhardt, Director Supplier Operations

Terrace

1345 - 1445

Breakout Session – DoD Climate Assessment Tool
 

Learn about the DoD Climate Assessment Tool (DCAT), a new tool to help DoD make climate-informed decisions.  This tool provides DoD with climate exposure information today to inform decisions for the future and impact to long-term contract arrangements.  Information will also be provided on additional efforts OSD is taking with respect to climate change.  

 

  • Ms. Marissa McInnis
    Climate Policy & Interagency Engagement
    Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Environment & Energy Resilience)

Arbor

1500 – 1600

Day 1 Closing Session - Accelerating DoD’s Clean Energy Future

This session lays the foundation for our focus on how the Federal Government, Department of Defense and the Military Services are addressing climate change. In this session, Mr. Andrew Mayock, Federal Chief Sustainability Officer, Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) within the Executive Office of the President will address the Administration’s overarching climate change strategy.

  • Mr. Andrew Mayock, Federal Chief Sustainability Officer, Council on Environmental Quality

  • Brig Gen Jimmy Canlas, USAF Commander,
    DLA Energy

Plaza Ballroom

Thursday, May 25th

0900 – 1200

Registration Open

Plaza Ballroom Foyer

0900 - 1030

Opening General Session - Climate Challenges – Department of Defense

This session will provide an opportunity to hear senior leadership perspectives on the Department of Defense’s vision for climate adaptation and how that plan aligns adaptation and resilience efforts in support of the Department’s warfighting mission. Hear firsthand how these efforts will integrate into the petroleum and installation supply chains.
 

Participants from:

  • The Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy, Installations and Environment (ASD (EI&E))

  • The Office of the OSD Chief Sustainability Officer

  • The Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Environment and Energy Resilience (DASD (E&ER))

  • DLA Energy

Plaza Ballroom A

1045 - 1145

Breakout Session – Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)

Representatives from DLA Energy, Airlines for America, Federal Aviation Administration and World Energy Management Services will provide updates on their organizations’ efforts regarding SAF certification, production, marketing and distribution (as applicable), and also any perspectives on promotion and escalation of SAF in order to meet the goals of the SAF Grand Challenge supported by the Administration.

 

  • Mr. Lindsey Hicks, Strategic Energy Program Manager, Research & Development Team, Quality Technical Directorate, DLA Energy

  • Ms. Amy Carico, Director, Fuel Services and Technical Standards, Airlines for America

  • Mr. Nathan (Nate) Brown, Acting Senior International Advisor & Alternative Jet Fuel Project Manager, Office of Environment and Energy, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

  • Mr. Scott Lewis, President, Supply Group, World Energy Management Services

Terrace

1045 – 1145

Breakout Session – Carbon Pollution-Free Electricity (CFE)
 

Join us for a collaborative discussion about the potential solutions to support clean energy initiatives in Carbon Pollution-Free Electricity, or CFE. CFE is electrical energy produced from resources that generate no carbon emissions. The DLA Energy team will also provide an inside-look on their current CFE pilot programs, discuss other potential pathways to meeting the EO 14057 goals and look at other ways it supports DoD in reliability and resilience measures.       

  • Ms. Pamela Griffith, Director, Installation Energy,
    DLA Energy

  • Ms. Martha Gray, Director, Utility Services, DLA Energy

Arbor

1145 – 1300

Lunch

Lower Foyer

1315 - 1500

Day 2 Closing Session - Networking Session and Summit Closing

This closing networking session will provide our industry partners an opportunity to interact with DLA Energy leadership to include Supplier Operations, Customer Operations, Quality Technical, Small Business, Procurement Process Support, Business Process Support, Strategic Policy and Programs, Supply Chain Management, as well as our Military Service partners.  The contracting teams from Bulk Petroleum Products, Bulk Petroleum Supply Chain Services, Direct Delivery Fuels, Installation Energy and Utility Services will be in attendance to provide an opportunity for one-on-one engagement.  

Terrace

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