“Tracking Energy Performance: Pitfalls and Successes”

Texas Industrial Energy Management Forum

Thursday, May 7, 2015




Over the last 10 years, operating companies have developed systems for measuring, analyzing and reporting on their energy performance.  This is not a simple process for a company which has a changing product mix which varies over time and in energy intensity.  As companies hone their systems, what have they learned? How are the results used by organizations?  And is the introduction of ISO 50001 making a difference in the metrics used by manufacturing organizations?


Presentations by Panelists


            Rethinking Energy Performance Indicators

            Joe Almaguer, The DOW Chemical Co.


            The Energy Efficiency Journey – Key Attributes

John Gunter, Global Energy and Oil Loss Advisor

ExxonMobil Refining & Supply Company


Finding the Right Pieces:

Formulating and Implementing Effective Performance Indicators
Don Nelson, Corporate Energy Manager

Albemarle Corporation


Energy Performance Indicators: An Auditor’s Perspective

Larry Boyd, Boyd and Associates



Funding:  Support for the Texas Industrial Energy Management Forum is provided by the State Energy Conservation Office of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.