March 12, 2014


Description

 Worldwide energy consumption is projected to increase by more than 40 percent by 2035. The growing demand is fueled by a population that is predicted to increase 25 percent in the next 20 years, with most of that growth in countries with emerging economies. At Chevron, we recognize the world needs all the energy we can develop, in many potential forms. That's why we're investing in a broad portfolio of energy resources – developing not only conventional sources of oil and gas, but also investing in renewables and the next generation of energy sources. Chevron Global Power Company President Hugh Connett will review Chevron’s renewable assets, and discuss how Chevron is working to integrate renewable power into our broad energy portfolio.

 


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Speaker: Hugh Connett
Speaker Hugh Connett
Hugh Connett is President of Chevron Global Power Company (CGP) and a Vice President of Chevron Gas and Midstream. He is responsible for managing Chevron's existing portfolio of commercial power plants and projects in the U.S., Asia, Middle East and Europe, as well as identifying new growth opportunities for power ...

Hugh Connett is President of Chevron Global Power Company (CGP)


and a Vice President of Chevron Gas and Midstream. He is responsible for managing Chevron's existing portfolio of commercial power plants and projects in the U.S., Asia, Middle East and Europe, as well as identifying new growth opportunities for power worldwide. The CGP portfolio currently includes nine highly-efficient gas-fired cogeneration and combined cycle power facilities and Chevron’s first wholly-owned wind farm on the site of a former refinery in Wyoming. CGP provides


commercial, engineering and operational support to Chevron’s worldwide power operations. CGP headquarters are in Houston, Texas.


Prior to being named to his current role in 2011, Connett served as Vice President – Strategy, Technology and Commercial Integration Center of Excellence & Business Services with Chevron Downstream & Chemicals. In this capacity, he was responsible for the oversight of the processes and associated business systems architecture for the Value Chain Optimization and Trading and Risk Management functions across Global Downstream operations.


Connett joined Texaco in 1996 managing the company’s gas supply and midstream assets with the Texaco Star Center, and has served in various commercial and project management roles with Global Supply and Trading, Bridgeline joint venture, Global Gas and Downstream organizations. He previously served as a Reservoir Engineer with Mitchell Energy.


Connett graduated from Pennsylvania State University with bachelor’s degrees in Petroleum


Engineering and Liberal Arts in 1982.

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Organizer

Anne Branson


Date and Time

Wed, March 12, 2014

11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) America/Chicago

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Location

The Wedge Tower- 39th Floor

1415 Louisiana St
Houston, TX 77002
United States