Solutions & Guidance for Optimizing Energy Resources

With energy representing a substantial portion of plant costs, improving energy efficiency is a top priority in the chemical industry as it can relate directly to that plant’s bottom line. This panel discussion will examine practical solutions and provide guidance on how plants can optimize their use of energy resources.


   Bill Scales, P.E.
   Chief Executive Officer
   Scales Industrial Technologies, Inc

Bill Scales is an internationally recognized expert in compressed air systems and has been involved in the air compressor industry since 1952 as a "hands-on" mechanic, engineer, author and consultant. He has visited more than 5,000 facilities and audited or provided energy assessments of hundreds of compressed air systems throughout the United States, Asia, Australia, South America, and Europe. He has been responsible for designing and installing systems of all sizes, and has recommended and implemented measures to reduce operating costs and improve compressed air system reliability.
   Boyd Coleman
   Rosemount Measurement
   Emerson Process Management

Boyd’s primary responsibility is to drive adoption for new wireless products and services such as steam trap and relief valve monitoring. Boyd has 15 years of experience working in steam plants, primarily nuclear generating stations.

Boyd spent six years in the Navy where he supervised the operation and maintenance of nuclear propulsion plants onboard naval ships. After serving in the military, Boyd spent 9 years in the Operations department of Exelon Nuclear and Constellation Energy. His primary job was the operation of the nuclear power plants.

Boyd holds a bachelor’s degree in nuclear engineering technology from Thomas Edison State College and masters of business administration from Washington University in St. Louis.
   Megan McCoy
   Product Marketing Manager
   Rosemount 708 Wireless Acoustic Transmitter
   Rosemount Measurement

Megan provides support in development and implementation of product and market plans by providing technical assistance to and liaison between field sales, customers and Rosemount personnel.

Megan has been a part of the Rosemount team since 2009.

She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota.