Mr. Glesmann is a Vice President of Kelson Energy, responsible for managing the technical and operational aspects of Kelson’s businesses. Mr. Glesmann oversees the day to day activities of Kelson’s operational contractors and works with each facility’s plant manager optimize staff capabilities and focus attention on safe and profitable operations. He is responsible for long term maintenance planning, including the management of long term maintenance agreements, plant performance, as well as capital and annual budgeting. Mr. Glesmann also manages special projects for Kelson, notably including the critical relocation of a 360 MVA, 640,000 lb transformer in 2010 from a plant Kelson owned in Mississippi to a Kelson’s Cottonwood plant in Texas, just in time to allow the sale of the Cottonwood facility to proceed on schedule. Prior to joining Kelson in 2008, Mr. Glesmann held project management and project engineering positions with several consulting and process equipment design and supply firms, focusing on air pollution control. Mr. Glesmann received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University and a Masters of Business Administration from Loyola University Maryland.