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PWD2016PetrochemicalWorkforce DevelopmentApril 19-20, 2016 // Doubletree by Hilton, Houston, TexasSHOWCASING PIONEERING STRATEGIES ANDTECHNOLOGIES THAT WILL ENSURE THE INDUSTRY’SFUTURE CRAFT AND ENGINEERING WORKFORCEConnect with the industry and it’s educators at Houston’s largest workforce eventBRAND NEW WORKFORCE EXPERT SPEAKERS FOR 2016!Lowell WilesGroup VPJacobsKate HolzhauserVice President EHS&SChevron PhillipsChemicalJim HannaGroup HR ExecutiveConstruction,Fabrication and CraftServices, FLUORBruce RaiffLearning &Performances Leader,Olin SOLVING THE MILLENNIAL AGE GAP: Discover how to encourage &engage the millennial generation of students and graduates, ensuringsecurity & retention of your future workforce.Travis Brisco,US President ofOperations,Brock GroupSam LyonGlobal ManagerHuman ResourcesServicesBechtelTOP SPEAKERS INCLUDE: ADDRESSING SKILLED LABOURER SHORTAGES: Learn how theindustry will manage & accelerate the knowledge transfer from retiring‘baby boomers’ to millennial’s. INNOVATION IN TECHNOLOGY: How you could improve results throughuse of innovative technology & software - saving time, mitigating risk &reducing your costs. PARTNERSHIPS & COLLABORATIONS: Meet potential partners &develop relations with petrochemical companies, schools & colleges, orlocal & state governments ANTICIPATING GROWTH: Conceptualising a flexible workforce.Forecasting from market experts & leading analysts - safeguard theexecution of your planned and proposed projects.2016 SPONSORS:EXHIBITORS:WHY ATTEND THE WORKFORCE CONFERENCE? 200 attendees from petrochemical companies, engineers andconstructors, education institutions, alliances and solution providers S enior level workforce executives and state workforce commissionssharing high-level strategyWITH SUPPORT FROM: 10 booth exhibit space featuring press, solution providers andassociationsVisit the website now for all the latest updates on speakers, sponsors and the full agenda:www.petchem-update.com/workforce

Showcasing Pioneering Strategies & Technologies That WillEnsure the Industry’s Future Craft and Engineering WorkforceWorkforce development continues to challengethe growth rate of the petrochemical industry.Currently there are 223 shale-related projectsplanned or underway in the US to date, representinga cumulative investment of 137 billion, accordingto the American Chemistry Council (ACC). Theworkforce shortage is expected to persist overcoming years as more workers retire and the industryramps up investment in megaprojects as a result ofcheap shale feedstock.Key themes for 2016:The fuel and petrochemical industries currentlysupport nearly 2 million American jobs and expectto support almost 3.9 million by 2025, according tothe American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers(AFPM). Anticipating growth in a fluctuating economyThis recent renaissance in the industry and boom inconstruction results in a continued need to refreshthe ways in which the industry attract and retainthe younger generation. It is recognised across thepetrochemical industry that there is still the need for‘silver bullet’ solutions in order to fill vacancies andanticipate growth.Back for another sell out year, the leading workforcedevelopment event for the petrochemical industry willshowcase the industry’s newest and best solutionsfor your HR challenges. Watch demonstrationsfrom leading workforce solution providers, hearabout new collaborations across the industry andthe progress made in established partnerships. Theevent will involve workforce leaders from the majorpetrochemical operators and construction firms,economic alliances, legislative workforce planningcommissions and educators in Houston as they mergeto discuss business-critical strategy for developingtoday and tomorrow’s workforce. Addressing the industry’s skills gap &engaging with the millennial generation Strategy that works - learn from industrypioneers Innovative workforce solutions & how theycan assist you The benefits of collaboration and partneringwith industry peersThe conference provides an excellent platformfor industry experts to network, address theforecasts for market growth and skills demandas well as addressing ongoing HR challengesand issues; succession planning, innovativeworkforce solutions, knowledge capture andengaging (and retaining) millennial’s.Why attend? 200 attendees from petrochemicalcompanies, engineers and constructors,education institutions, alliances and solutionproviders Senior level workforce executives and stateworkforce commissions sharing high-levelstrategy 10 booth exhibit space featuring press,solution providers and associationsWe look forward to welcoming you to theevent April 19-20 in Houston.Tamsin CardaleEvent DirectorT: 44 (0) 207 375 75001 800 814 3459 ext. 4325Paul RobinsonBusiness Development –Oil, Nuclear & Petrochemicals 44 207 375 7521US Toll-Free: 1 800 814 3459 7521Visit the website now for all the latest updates on speakers, sponsors and the full agenda:www.petchem-update.com/workforce

SPEAKERS INVOLVED FOR 2016Expert Knowledge and Strategic Insight from the leading Petrochemical Companies, Engineeringand Construction Companies, Education Institutes, Economic Alliances and AssociationsKate HolzhauserVice President EHS&SChevron Phillips ChemicalRamiro RamirezConstruction ManagerWorley ParsonsBruce RaiffLearning & PerformancesLeaderOlinTravis BriscoPresident of US OperationsBrock GroupJeffrey GillSenior Human ResourcesLeader, Learning and TalentManagementSasolDavid KingWorkforce Development LeaderINEOSMichelle Pyner,Digital Communications& social Media SpecialistHuntsmanKaren AtkinsonDeputy Director, Officeof Minority Business andEconomic DevelopmentUS Department of EnergyNiambi JarvisProgram Management,Economic DevelopmentAdvocate, Diversity &Inclusion ProfessionalUS Department of EnergyJim HannaGroup HR Executive –Construction, Craft andFabrication ServicesFluorMelissa HockstadVice President PetrochemicalsAmerican Petrochemical &Fuel ManufacturersLowell WilesGroup VPJacobsRussell HamleyPresidentABCJamie Van VoorhisWorkforce DevelopmentJacobs EngineeringDaniel GrovesDirector of Operations andWorkforce ConsultantThe Construction UsersRoundtableBob DeatherageIndustrial Relations Manager/VP Bechtel InfrastructureConstruction ServicesBechtelSam LyonGlobal Manager HumanResources ServicesBechtelBrent WeilSenior Vice President forEducation & WorkforceThe Manufacturing InstituteLori LambropoulosPrincipalThe EnergyInstitute High SchoolBrenda HellyerChancellorSan Jacinto CollegeStephen HeadChancellorLone Star College SystemEric NewbyExecutive DirectorNAPTADr Dennis BrownPresidentLee CollegeStacy BaytonSenior Executive Vice PresidentCorporate AmericaSupports YouDanetta English BlandPresidentWomens Energy NetworkMartha KinardRegional DirectorNLRBRandy RoachMayorCity of Lake CharlesPeter BeardSenior Vice PresidentRegional Workforce,Greater Houston PartnershipTara HuntSales & Operations ManagerTRS StaffingSPEAKERS ON WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT:“The more sophisticated owners andcontractors are those that are willing to makethe investment. There’s not many doing todaywhat we’re doing on our projects – training atthe project sites. And that’s a differentiator.”- Jim Hanna - Fluor“It has to start with industry recognizinga challenge and then being committed toaddressing it. Once we do that, we’ll fill theskills gap.”- Daniel Groves - The ConstructionUsers Roundtable3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTERSecure & simple registration online [email protected] with your detailsCall: International: 44 (0) 207 375 7500Freephone US: 1 800 814 3459 ext. 4325Visit the website now for all the latest updates on speakers, sponsors and the full ww.petchem-update.com/workforce

SAMPLE ATTENDEE LIST FOR 2016With 200 attendees expected at the Petrochemical Workforce Development Conference & Exhibition, this is whereworkforce-focused executives will join economic alliances, legislative workforce planning commissions and educators inHouston to discuss business-critical strategy for developing the required workforce.JOB TITLECOMPANYPrincipalEnergy InstituteOwnerA&L IndustrialServicesEEO ComplainceAdvisorExxon MobilCorpPresidentA&L IndustrialServicesGroup HumanResources Executive- Construction,Fabrication & CraftServicesFluorSenior VP, RegionalWorkforce DevtGreater HoustonPartnershipPresidentHQC USA LLCHuntsmanInternationalPresidentABCLead - ChemicalsResearchAccentureVP PetrochemicalsAFPMWorkforceDevelopment LeaderBASFGlobal Manager HRServicesBechtelPR - CorporateCommunicationsSpecialistGlobal WorkforceServices ManagerBechtelWorkforce Development INEOS Olefins &ManagerPolymers USAIndustrial RelationsManagerBechtelManager IndustrialRelations - VP BechtelPower ConstructionServicesBechtelWorkforce DeveloperBechtel Oil, Gas& ChemicalsDirector - Center forBusiness & IndustryTrainingBrazosportCollegeCorporateLearning CenterPresident of USOperationsGroup Vice PresidentJacobsSenior ConstructionManagerJacobsWorkforce Development JacobsHuman Resources– People andOrganizationalEffectivenessSasolConstruction ManagerS&B Engineers &ConstructorsVice President - HumanResourcesS&B Engineers &ConstructorsChancellorSan JacintoCollegeDean - Business &TechnologySan JacintoCollegeManaging DirectorSimtronicsVice ChancellorSOWELA TCCPresidentSystranDirector - CareerTechnical EducationTexas CityIndependentSchool DistrictManaging DirectorThe BullionGroupSenior VP foreducation& WorkforceTheManufacturingInstituteVice President, IndustrialTotalPetrochemicals &Refining USA, Inc.VP, Human Resources& Public AffairsTotalPetrochemicals &Refining USA, Inc.PresidentLee CollegeChancellorLone StarCollege SystemDeanLone StarCollege SystemRegional DirectorNational LaborRelations BoardBrock GroupVice PresidentNCCERDirector - HumanResourcesCB&ISr Manager HumanResourcesPTT AmericaOperations Manager Speciality ServicesTransfieldServiceMayorCity of LakeCharlesBASF ChemicalGroup ManagingDirectorTRS StaffingCOOCorporateAmericaSupports YouLearning andDevelopmentCoordinatorSales & OperationsManagerTRS StaffingHR & Safety ManagerA&A Machine &FabricationUSA AmericanRegional DirectorTRS StaffingRecruitingManager MatrixService Inc.Manager - nsultingNorth s EnergyNetworkConstruction ManagerWorley ParsonsDirector - FieldEmployment & LaborRelationsZachry GroupSr. Manager EmploymentZachry GroupManager, HumanResources andIndustrial RelationsCPChemVice President ofEnvironment, Health,Safety & SecurityCPChemArea ResourceManager Engineering &ConstructionCEOCURT/CLMAExecutive DirectorDeputy DirectorDepartment ofEnergyProgram Management,EconomicDevelopmentAdvocate, Diversity &Inclusion ProfessionalDepartment ofEnergyVice President EngineeringNOVA ChemicalsLearning andPerformance LeaderOlinCEOPI(NIG)COYKey AttendeesWorkforce DevelopmentLeaderManager, Human Resourcesand Industrial RelationsVP, Human Resources & PublicAffairs Total Petrochemicals &Refining USA, Inc.Sr HR ManagerEEO Complaince AdvisorVice President - EngineeringVisit the website now for all the latest updates on speakers, sponsors and the full agenda:www.petchem-update.com/workforce

Showcasing Pioneering Strategies & Technologies That WillEnsure the Industry’s Future Craft and Engineering WorkforceDAY 1CHAIRMANS OPENING REMARKS9:00 – 9:20AM9:20 – 10:00AM KEYNOTE:INDUSTRY INSIGHT FROMCHEVRON PHILLIPS CHEMICALKate Holzhauser is Vice President ofEnvironment, Health, Safety and Security(EHS&S) for Chevron Phillips Chemical.10:00 – 10:30AM DEPARTMENTOF ENERGY LED DISCUSSION:SWLA REGIONAL PARTNERSHIPSCREATED TO ADDRESS THEWORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT ANDSUPPLIER DIVERSITY NEEDS FORMEGA-ENERGY PROJECTS IN THEREGION. Hear about new projects which willprovide opportunities for local anddiverse businesses to become suppliersand subcontractors. Learn more about The Office ofEconomic Impact and Diversity’s (ED)regional partnership with local SWLAcommunity leaders to bring togetherindustry, local government, andeducational institutions Discover how to maximize communitybenefits from the development andcreate economic growth in: 1) localrecruitment, training, and hiring; and2) purchasing goods and servicesfrom diverse Louisiana and regionalbusinesses.The panel will include:R.B. Smith, SWLA Louisiana EconomicDevelopment AllianceDr. Joseph Fleishman, Vice Chancellor,SOWELA Technical Community CollegeMayor Randy Roach, City of Lake Charles11:40AM – 12:20PM TRS STAFFING& OPERATOR PERSPECTIVE: THEGLOBAL WORKFORCE CHALLENGE Addressing the need for a more flexibleworkforce with skills and qualificationsthat enable global movement and travel. Reacting accordingly to globalisationpressures, workforce shortages andincreasing scale of projects Enable project acceleration in the longterm for your companyJeffery Gill, Human Resources – Peopleand Organizational Effectiveness, SasolBruce Raiff, Learning & PerformancesLeader, OilnModerator: Tara Hunt, Sales & OperationsManager, TRS Staffing12:20 – 12:50PM DEVELOPMENTSMADE IN THE WORKFORCEDEVELOPMENT SPHERE SINCEAPRIL 2015 SHOW. Discover solutions to the fastapproaching demographic issues in theindustry Recognising the impact of newlegislations and industry changes Why workforce development remainsone of Houston’s, and the petrochemicalindustries most pressing issuesMelissa Hockstad, Vice President –Petrochemicals, AFPM12:50 – 2:00PM LUNCH BREAK2:00 – 2:30PM CASE STUDY: THEUPSKILL INITIATIVE – ‘THE BRIDGETHAT CLOSES THE GAP’ Find out more about the innovativeblueprint and its ‘comprehensive,industry-led approach to bridge the gapand fill jobs in middle-skills occupations.’2:30 – 3:10PM COLLEGECOLLABORATIONS: LONE STARCOLLEGE, LEE COLLEGE, ENERGYINSTITUTE & SAN JACINTOCOLLEGE Discover what investment and fundingopportunities the Community CollegePetrochemical Initiative and trainingprograms will offer you Hear from these colleges on how theyare working to train your future craft andengineering workforce using outcomebased, job related programmes,including customized training. Understand how the schools implementcorporate level project simulations andintegrate pioneering technology intoengineering and core curriculumsThe panel will include:Dr Brenda Hellyer, Chancellor, San JacintoCollegeDr Stephen Head, Chancellor, Lone StarCollege SystemDennis Brown, President, Lee CollegeLori Lambropolous, Principal, EnergyInstituteModerator: David King, WorkforceDevelopment Leader, INEOS3:10 - 3:30PM THE NEW R CASERULES: HISTORY, PROCESS &LITIGATION What are the rules, how have theychanged since 2015 & how do theyaffect you? An overview of the history, process &litigation of the ‘21 day elections’. Session will also include informationabout rules, handbooks & protectedconcerted activity.Martha Kinard, Regional Director, NLRB Explore how it can assist and impactyour craft labourers and journeymen3:30 – 4:00PM COFFEE BREAKNiambi Jarvis, Program Management,Economic Development Advocate, USDepartment of Energy Successes of the programme and futureplans for developing the initiative.4:00 – 4:20PM NAPTA: WHAT IS APROCESS TECHNICIAN?Moderator: Karen Atkinson, DeputyDirector, US Department of EnergyPeter Beard, Senior Vice President,Greater Houston Partnership Hear about Process Technologyeducation in today’s world from anindustry leader.Tami Culbreath, Ft. Polk10:30 – 11:10AM WESTNEYCONSULTING PRESENTATION Learn what it takes to acquire a ProcessTechnology AAS degree.11:10 – 11:40AM NETWORKINGCOFFEE BREAK Why should you hire a ProcessTechnology graduate?Eric Newby, Executive Director, NAPTAVisit the website now for all the latest updates on speakers, sponsors and the full agenda:www.petchem-update.com/workforce

Showcasing Pioneering Strategies & Technologies That WillEnsure the Industry’s Future Craft and Engineering Workforce4:20 – 4:50PM THEMANUFACTURING INSTITUTE:ATTRACTING AND RETAINING THETECHNICAL WORKFORCE Student data on what influences theircareer decisions (hint: it isn’t parents orsocial media) Calculating return on investment fromusing industry certifications in hiring andHR practices Using new tools for companies tomeasure required competencies andmatch those with college programsBrent Weil, Senior Vice President at theManufacturing Institute,National Association of Manufacturers4:50 – 5:20/30PM MARKETANALYSIS: WHAT DO THE EXPERTSPREDICT? ECONOMIC OUTLOOK &TEXAS TRENDS Hear what the experts are forecastingfor the petrochemical jobs market andmore. Learn how this will impact on workforcedevelopment Planning, preparing and implementingshort and long term solutions for thefutureDaniel Groves, Director of Operations andWorkforce Consultant, CURT/CLMA“Diversity of thespeakers - not onlyfrom industry, butfrom chambers, tradeorganizations, researchfirms, consulting“SHELLDAY 29:00 – 9:10AM Chairman’s Welcome9:10 – 9:40AM Closing the skillsGap: Contractor PerspectiveRussell Hamley, President, AmericanBuilders & Contractors Identifying the skills gap andtransferrable skills across industry’s & inthe petrochemical engineering and craftsectors10:50 – 11:30AM NETWORKINGCOFFEE BREAK Discussing the training programmesthat are available to ‘up skill’ incumbentworkers, The assessments available and the levelof industry knowledge required to passthem.The panel will include:Bob Deatherage, Industrial RelationsManager/VP, Bechtel InfrastructureConstruction ServicesSam Lyon, Global Manager HR Services,BechtelJim Hanna, Group Human ResourcesExecutive - Construction, Fabrication &Craft Services, Fluor““BECHTEL11:30AM – 12:00PM How to AchieveGreater Success in Recruiting andHiring Transitioning Military andVeterans. With hundreds of thousands of veteran’sunemployed, and more hitting the jobmarket each year, veterans still remainan untapped source of talent. Understand how these talentedindividuals can fit into your job gaps. Learn how to identify the right veterantalent for your company and achievesuccess in recruiting, hiring, and keepingyour veterans in your company.Stacy Bayton, Sr. Executive Vice President,Corporate America Supports You/Jamie Van Voorhis, WorkforceDevelopment, JacobsU.S. Marine Corps Veteran and MilitarySpouseRamiro Ramirez, Construction Manager,Worley Parsons12:00 – 12:30PM An Insight: Womenin Energy9:40 – 10:20AM Engagement: Thekey to project Success The latest studies and “talk” as to whywomen remain the minority Hear how leaders in petrochemicals,construction, associations and educatorsare addressing the ever increasingindustry age gap. Find out how to enhance yourrecruitment strategy and explore newand innovative methods of engagingwith millennial students and graduates. Learn about developments in softwareprogrammes for training and learningthat will save your company time andrevenue.Lowell Wiles, Group Vice President,JacobsAll entities will benefitfrom sharing experiencesand gaining visionfor future endeavors.Excellent forum. Address workforce challenges usingthe industries best, most consistent andtested benchmark methods.10:20 – 10:50AM Benchmarking,improving Competency: solutionsfor now Analysis of policy changes andregulations, responsiveness to changingneeds Learn and deliver industry approved,consistent, best practice modelsfor future projects and productdevelopment Unconscious biases women face in theworkplace How to be the authentic you & whyoutside organizational involvement isessentialDannetta English Bland, President ofWomen’s Energy Network12:30 – 2:00PM LUNCH BREAK2:00 – 2:30PM LESSONS LEARNTLessons Learnt: looking to the pastto get the most from your future A reflection on the best results drivenmethods that led to increased workforceproductivity and revenue Reduce risk and increase capital fromyour workforce on petrochemical plantsusing applied and tested strategies. Providing insight and solutions for manyof your imminent workfo