5:30 PM – Network Reception Doors Open
6:00 PM – Speakers
Network Reception Speakers:
Ms. Stewart has over a decade of experience in government and community relations, public policy and event management.
Prior to FTI Consulting, Ms. Stewart served as district director and oil-and-gas point-woman for U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson (R-Ohio). She stood up the first-ever Women in Energy Summit in Ohio and earned “Best Practices” from the Ohio House Republican Conference for several oil and natural gas events during her time with Congressman Johnson. Ms. Stewart also organized and crafted media messaging around the 2013 House Energy Action Team for the Ohio delegation members to bring awareness and advocacy to responsible Shale development in Ohio and around the country.
Prior to that, she spent five years on Capitol Hill working for U.S. Sen. Jim Bunning (R-Ky.), and logged some time with the PGA Tour. In 2014, Ms. Stewart was named the Southeastern Ohio Oil and Gas Association’s “Workhorse of the Year” award for everything she’s done to support oil and gas in that part of the state. She’s also been awarded honorary membership in the Plumbers and Pipefitters Local Union 396.
Ms. Stewart holds a bachelor’s in political science and history from the University of Mount Union. She lives with her husband and children in the Youngstown area.
He is a member of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) Unconventional Hydrocarbon Roundtable and Co-Chaired the 2016 NASEM Workshop: Onshore Unconventional Hydrocarbon Development: Legacy Issues, Induced Seismicity, and innovations in managing risk. He serves on the NASEM review committee for the U.S. Geological Survey Energy Resources Program. Since 2015, he has served as chair of the Tri-State Governors’ (WV, PA, OH) Shale Coalition Workgroup on Research, Innovation, and Commercialization. In 2010, Dr. Anderson was selected to the National Academy of Science's 2010 Frontiers of Engineering Education Workshop, named the College of Engineering and Mineral Resources Teacher of the Year, and was the Opening Keynote speaker at the inaugural 2010 Gordon Research Conference on Gas Hydrates. He was awarded the College of Engineering and Mineral Resources New Researcher of the Year in 2007.
Dr. Anderson received his Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering in 2000 at WVU and his MS and PhD in chemical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2004 and 2005 respectively. After joining the faculty at WVU in January of 2006, he coauthored the MIT report, “The Future of Geothermal Energy: Impact of Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) on the United States in the 21st Century,” considered the seminal report on EGS and the future of geothermal energy. He serves on the technical advisory board of AltaRock Energy and in the 2011, along with colleagues from Stanford, MIT, Cornell, University of Utah, Southern Methodist University, and the University of Nevada, he cofounded the National Geothermal Academy. His research interests include molecular, reservoir, and multiscale modeling applied to energy and biomedical systems.
7:30 PM -9:30 PM – Networking, Buffet, and Bar.
Kirk Trosclair, CEO of Fountain Quail
Dana A. Saucier, Jr., Managing Director, JobsOhio
Rick Frio, Chairman; MPR Transloading & Energy Services
Chris Baronzzi, Partner; Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur, LLP
Callum Streeter, Chief Operating Officer, EdgeMarc Energy
Rob Wingo, Senior Vice President, Midstream and Marketing, Rice Energy
Paul Wojciechowski, Project Director for the PTTGC America “US Petrochemical Project”