Louisiana Department of Natural Resources

The mission of the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is to preserve and enhance the nonrenewable natural resources of the state, consisting of land, water, oil, gas, and other minerals, through conservation, regulation, management and development to ensure that the state of Louisiana realizes appropriate economic benefit from its asset base. Also, DNR exercises complex regulatory and permitting functions through the Office of Coastal Management and the Office of Conservation.

American Chemistry Council

The American Chemistry Council (ACC) represents the companies that make the products that make modern life possible, while working to protect the environment, public health, and the security of our nation. Founded in 1872, its support for research and initiatives that serve our communities and customers continues to this day.

ICF International

Since 1969, ICF has provided a range of consulting services to government and private clients worldwide. Our work addresses today’s most complex management, technology, and policy challenges in various markets including energy, environment, and infrastructure. For nearly three decades, ICF has provided a portfolio of strategy, analysis, advisory services, and implementation tools to clients in the energy sector, including cutting-edge technical, marketing, analytics, and project management services to promote energy efficiency, both domestically and internationally.


As the state energy office, SECO partners with Texas consumers, businesses, educators and local governments to reduce energy costs and maximize efficiency.  Texas remains at the forefront of the nation’s energy industry. The direction Texas takes in energy policy will help mark the path for the nation. Texas almost certainly will meet future energy demands using a wide variety of resources, and our state is well positioned to benefit from the increasing diversification of the nation’s energy portfolio.

KBC Advanced Technologies

Visual MESA provides industry-leading real-time energy and emissions optimization through regular, automatically-generated recommendations to operators for lowest cost operation. We offer a turnkey solution which has been successfully implemented at 50+ industrial sites worldwide, including partnerships with global majors such as Phillips 66, Chevron, and Repsol, with continued savings offered by proactive model updating through our innovative Sustainability Program.

Spirax Sarco

Spirax Sarco provides knowledge, service, products and turnkey solutions for the control and efficient use of steam, air and other industrial fluids for industrial and commercial users in the United States.

TLV Corporation

TLV is an industry leader providing steam solutions that lower total system cost, reduce energy use and related emissions. TLV’s experienced engineering team of Certified Energy Managers and DOE Steam System Specialists provide practical improvements in steam equipment, condensate return systems, and sustainable management of the steam trap population.

U.S. Department of Energy Advanced Manufacturing Office

The Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO) is the lead government program working to increase the energy efficiency of U.S. industry–which accounts for about one-third of U.S. energy use. Together with our partners, AMO helps research, develop, and deploy innovative technologies that companies can use to improve their energy productivity, reduce carbon emissions, and gain a competitive edge.


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Supporting Organizations


The Association of Energy Engineers

The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) is your source for information and networking in the dynamic fields of energy engineering, energy management, renewable & alternative energy, power generation, energy services, sustainability, and all related areas. As a growing professional association, AEE’s overall strength is augmented by its strong membership base of over 16,000 professionals in 90 countries and its widely recognized energy certification programs.

Chemical Engineering Progress

Chemical Engineering Progress (CEP) is the flagship magazine of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). CEP provides practical “how-to” information on all aspects of chemical engineering — including safety, environmental management, fluids and solids handling, reactions and separations, heat transfer, automation — for tasks ranging from process design and equipment selection to optimization and troubleshooting of an operating facility. CEP also covers the latest developments in energy, sustainability, materials, nanotechnology, biological engineering, and much more.

Compressed Air Best Practices

Compressed air systems are known as the “4th Utility” and provide a powerful and flexible energy source supporting industrial processes. Compressed Air Best Practices Magazine and www.airbestpractices.com are dedicated to helping industry reduce the energy costs associated with compressed air systems. Industrial Energy Managers are profiled to learn how they are driving down kWh in their facilities and compressed air system experts are interviewed to learn industry-specific best practices. Subscriptions are free of charge to qualified readers.


  • Energy Systems Laboratory
  • Louisiana Department of Natural Resources
  • Special Thanks to Our Sponsors

  • American Chemistry Council
  • ICF International
  • KBC Advanced Technologies
  • SECO
  • Spirax Sarco
  • TLV Corporation
  • U.S. Department of Energy Advanced Manufacturing Office
  • Supporting Organizations

  • Chemical Engineering Progress
  • Compressed Air Best Practices Magazine
  • The Association of Energy Engineers