ASSP Energy Corridor Section Meeting

  • October 10, 2019
    11:00 am - 1:00 pm


11:00am – 11:30am Lunch
11:30am – 12:00pm Self-introductions, Old & New Business
12:00pm – 12:30pm Technical Topic Presentation
12:30pm – 1:00pm Topic Q&A and Networking

Topic Best Practices of “Management of Change”

Speaker Walter Kessler, CEO – Kessler Consulting

Walter S. Kessler., BS ChE, MS BCHS.  Mr. Kessler has over 20 years of experience in the refinery, gas processing, specialty chemical, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, and HVACR (Heating, Venting, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration) industries, including 6 years’ experience performing Process Safety Engineering functions.  He was instrumental in the design and construction of several refinery, gas and chemical processing facilities, designing a pharmaceutical filling process, improving several manufacturing processes, and also has experience in six sigma and lean manufacturing.  He has been involved in HAZOPS on new and existing facilities, developing and designing DCS and SIS control systems and the associated cause and effect charts, process safety reviews, incident investigations, and developing and implementing various stages of the 14 elements of the PSM program in facilities.  He also is knowledgeable the combustible dusts arena.  He has a very safety conscious attitude and perspective and has even trained with and been actively involved in chemical plant ERT teams.  Also have numerous presentations from conferences and several articles that have been published in Chemical Engineering magazine. 


October’s meeting will be catered by Parachute Consulting. Outside food and drink is welcome as well.

Location *Note Different Building This Month*

Wood – Thoroughbred Building – Events Room
17420 Park Row, Houston, Texas, 77084


A limited number of designated visitor parking spaces are located in a surface lot on the east side of the building. Alternatively, please utilize the parking garage directly south of the Mustang building. You may enter the garage from eastbound on Park Row or northbound on Innovation Park Drive (formerly named Chronicle Drive). The gate arms will open automatically as your vehicle approaches. Please adhere to posted traffic signage inside the garage and 5 MPH speed limit. All garage levels and marked spaces are available for visitor use.

Please contact Jonathan Wiley or Bumni Komolafe, Membership Chairs, with questions at