SAIC Execs to Examine the Energy Industry at Upcoming Conference

SAIC‘s Jim Kohlhaas, vice president of strategic energy programs for the company, will act as a panel moderator at the upcoming Platts Global Energy Outlook Forum on Dec. 1.

The Forum, which SAIC is co-sponsoring, provides a platform for discussing energy industry issues including worldwide supply, sustainability and demand, according to a company release.

For his part, Kohlhaas will lead a discussion entitled, “Supply and Demand Realities,” which will discuss the energy outlook for 2012 and alternate sources such as will such as shale gas, nuclear and renewables.

Kohlhaas reportedly commented indicating that the current energy market has some challenges. “SAIC is committed to helping its customers tackle these challenges and the growing need for a clean, reliable, and secure energy supply,” he said.

The 13th Annual Platts Global Energy Awards will follow the forum. Leaders from SAIC and other business executives and experts will be honored for meeting standards of excellence within the energy industry, according to the release.

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