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Energy Powering Opportunity
June 11-13, 2024
BMO Centre at Stampede Park - Calgary, Canada

  • 10 30 AM

Welcome to Global Energy Show Canada

North America's largest energy show kicks off with a traditional territory acknowledgement to honor and respect Indigenous peoples and their histories. Canadian leaders in energy will share key ins...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm10:30 AM - 10:45 AM
tuesday June 11, 2024

Welcome to Global Energy Show Canada

  • pr-alarm10:30 AM - 10:45 AM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

North America's largest energy show kicks off with a traditional territory acknowledgement to honor and respect Indigenous peoples and their histories. Canadian leaders in energy will share key insights on what conference delegates can expect over the 3 day conference.

  • 10 45 AM

Opening Plenary & Ministerial Address

This session will feature ministerial and industry leaders who will provide an overview on Canada’s global energy landscape and will provide updates on key government initiatives shaping the energy...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm10:45 AM - 11:15 AM
tuesday June 11, 2024

Opening Plenary & Ministerial Address

  • pr-alarm10:45 AM - 11:15 AM
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This session will feature ministerial and industry leaders who will provide an overview on Canada’s global energy landscape and will provide updates on key government initiatives shaping the energy industry.

  • 11 15 AM

Powering Down: the Importance of Grid Stability During Extreme Climate Events

As temperatures plummeted across western Canada in January 2024, the need for reliable energy powered by a diverse energy mix became very apparent. Although traditional energy sources such as natur...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm11:15 AM - 11:30 AM
tuesday June 11, 2024

Powering Down: the Importance of Grid Stability During Extreme Climate Events

  • pr-alarm11:15 AM - 11:30 AM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

As temperatures plummeted across western Canada in January 2024, the need for reliable energy powered by a diverse energy mix became very apparent. Although traditional energy sources such as natural gas will continue to play an important role in providing reliable power, recent extreme weather events have highlighted the importance of the need for a combination of traditional energy and renewable energy sources to work together towards achieving a reliable and decarbonized power grid.

Attendee insights
This session will examine the importance of utilizing a variety of energy sources towards a stable electrical grid. Delegates will learn the role renewables will play in the energy future and how their role in future energy.

Jakub Brogowski
Jakub Brogowski Chief Financial Officer Kiwetinohk Energy Corp
Emma Coyle
Emma Coyle Director, Strategic Initiatives and Low Carbon Solutions Capital Power
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Michael Law President and Chief Executive Officer AESO
  • 11 30 AM

The Energy Transition Ahead: Examining the Impact of Canada’s Emissions Cap

Canada’s emissions cap that will be phased in from 2023 to 2026 aims to limit emissions from the oil and gas sector at 35 to 38 per cent below 2019 levels. However, many energy companies are alread...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
tuesday June 11, 2024

The Energy Transition Ahead: Examining the Impact of Canada’s Emissions Cap

  • pr-alarm11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

Canada’s emissions cap that will be phased in from 2023 to 2026 aims to limit emissions from the oil and gas sector at 35 to 38 per cent below 2019 levels. However, many energy companies are already prioritizing reducing their emissions with six of Canada’s largest oil and gas producers collaborating to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from their combined operations by 22 million tonnes annually from 2021-2030. Will the emissions cap help reduce emissions without effecting production or will the regulations hinder production and have a negative impact on Canada’s overall economy?

Attendee insights
Industry leaders will debate the impact of Canada’s emissions cap and discuss how it may affect Canada’s energy industry. Delegates will hear what Canada’s energy companies are already doing to curb emissions and will see how closely these emissions reductions strategies align with Canada’s emissions cap.

Moderator:
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Rick Christiaanse CEO Invest Alberta
Janet Annesley
Janet Annesley Chief Sustainability Officer Kiwetinohk Energy Corp
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Heather Eggleston Vice President, Low Carbon Solutions Canada Imperial Oil
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Kevin Krausert CEO & Co-Founder Avatar Innovations
  • 12 00 PM

Lunch Break and Visit Exhibition

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
tuesday June 11, 2024

Lunch Break and Visit Exhibition

  • pr-alarm12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • 1 30 PM

How Realistic are COP28 Commitments Towards Achieving our Net- Zero Targets?

Canada has made great strides in reducing its emissions since the Global Methane Pledge was enacted in 2021. However, as other nations strive to reduce their methane emissions further, the Governme...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
tuesday June 11, 2024

How Realistic are COP28 Commitments Towards Achieving our Net- Zero Targets?

  • pr-alarm1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

Canada has made great strides in reducing its emissions since the Global Methane Pledge was enacted in 2021. However, as other nations strive to reduce their methane emissions further, the Government of Canada has drafted amendments to its methane regulations to mirror amendments made by other nations who are committed to responsible energy production.
The government estimates the amendments will result in the emissions reduction of 217 million metric tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent from 2027 to 2040: equating to a 75% reduction of emissions from the oil and gas sector. The new rules will start rolling out in 2027 and will include the elimination of routine venting and flaring of oil and gas infrastructure, enhance leak detection and repair, and address problems such as blowdowns and other potentially large methane releases.

Attendee insights
The panelists will share insights on how Canada’s new methane regulations will impact Canada’s energy industry and will discuss how the regulations compare with the recently updated regulations from the United States, Brazil, and Egypt. Delegates will learn how these new regulations may help create new business opportunities in Canada’s clean technology sector and the impact that these new regulations will have in helping to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

Moderator:
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Monica Gattinger Director, Institute for Science, Society and Policy University of Ottawa
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Candice Paton Vice President, Corporate Affairs Enhance Energy
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David Hood CEO geoLOGIC systems ltd.
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Martha Hall Findlay Director, School of Public Policy University of Calgary
  • 2 15 PM

Fireside Chat: Fossil Fuels and Their Role in Developing Nations

Over 80% of the world's total energy consumption is derived from fossil fuels. Usage is even higher in developing nations who do not have the same access to affordable and reliable alternative ener...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm2:15 PM - 2:30 PM
tuesday June 11, 2024

Fireside Chat: Fossil Fuels and Their Role in Developing Nations

  • pr-alarm2:15 PM - 2:30 PM
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Over 80% of the world's total energy consumption is derived from fossil fuels. Usage is even higher in developing nations who do not have the same access to affordable and reliable alternative energy sources.

Attendee insights
Delegates will learn the important role fossil fuels play in developing nations and how emerging technologies will help power a clean energy future.

Emily McClain
Emily McClain Vice President, North America Gas Markets RystadEnergy
  • 2 30 PM

Global Leader Main Stage Interview

A global energy leader will be interviewed and will share their critical insights on the global energy landscape.

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm2:30 PM - 2:45 PM
tuesday June 11, 2024

Global Leader Main Stage Interview

  • pr-alarm2:30 PM - 2:45 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

A global energy leader will be interviewed and will share their critical insights on the global energy landscape.

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Nicholas Agbo Ella The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum Resources Nigeria
  • 2 45 PM
tuesday June 11, 2024

Addressing Energy Security and Affordability in Emerging Nations

  • pr-alarm2:45 PM - 3:30 PM
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Access to electricity is an afterthought for most parts of the world but unfortunately 16% of the world’s population (approximately 1.2 billion people) live without electricity. The issue is especially dire in sub-Saharah Africa where 600 million people live without access to electricity. This global panel will examine what needs to happen to unlock more energy for the rest of the world and the political barriers to implementation that are hindering electricity access.

Attendee insights
Delegates will learn how political strategies and new innovations like solar powered mini grids can help make energy more available and affordable for nations facing energy security and affordability.

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Rt. Hon. Ekperikpe Ekpo Honourable Minister of State Petroleum Resources (Gas) Nigeria
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Yofi Grant Chief Executive Officer Ghana Investment Promotion Centre
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Egbert Faibille Jnr Executive Chief Officer Petroleum Commission, Ghana
Ishmael Dodoo
Dr. Ishmael Nii A. Dodoo Vice President of Africa Development CO2 Capital Africa Projects
  • 3 30 PM
tuesday June 11, 2024

How Can Canada Leverage its Competitive Advantages in the Global LNG Export Market?

  • pr-alarm3:30 PM - 4:00 PM
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Canada is the world’s fifth largest producer of natural gas and accounts for around five per cent of global production. In 2020, Canada ranked 6th in the world amongst the top global natural gas exporters but has since fallen out of the top 10.
The Canadian Energy Research Institute found that delays in Canada’s regulatory process meant that, on average, it took Canadian LNG projects 19 months longer to receive approval compared to the U.S. With the Freeport LNG project coming back online, the United States became the largest exporter of natural gas in the first quarter of 2023 and is poised to remain a top producer for the near future.
What steps will Canada need to take compete with emerging markets and how soon will it be able to ramp up its export potential?

Attendee insights
Panelists will discuss strategies for how Canada can capitalize on its LNG potential and what needs to happen for exports to increase globally. Delegates will gain insight on potential solutions for overcoming regulatory challenges and strategies for attracting more LNG investment.

Moderator:
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Bemal Mehta Managing Director, Energy Intelligence geoLOGIC Systems
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Teresa Waddington Vice President, Corporate Affairs LNG Canada
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Shannon Young Vice President, Sustainability & External Affairs PETRONAS
Racim Gribaa
Racim Gribaa President Global LNG Consulting Inc.
Charlotte Ragett
Charlotte Raggett President & CEO Rockies LNG Partners
  • 10 15 AM

Post 2024 Elections: What Could the Energy Sector in Canada and the US look like in 2025?

Political and industry experts will share how North America's energy landscape may be impacted by election results from the United States in 2024 and what may change for Canada when a federal elect...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm10:15 AM - 11:00 AM
wednesday June 12, 2024

Post 2024 Elections: What Could the Energy Sector in Canada and the US look like in 2025?

  • pr-alarm10:15 AM - 11:00 AM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

Political and industry experts will share how North America's energy landscape may be impacted by election results from the United States in 2024 and what may change for Canada when a federal election takes place in 2024 or 2025.

Moderator:
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Marg McCuaig-Boyd Senior Advisor Counsel Public Affairs
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Greg Lyle President Innovative Research Group
Amrita Sen
Dr. Amrita Sen Founder and Director of Research Energy Aspects
  • 11 00 AM

How AI & Quantum Engineering are Helping Secure Organizations

Recent cyber attacks on prominent Canadian organizations have proven Canada’s largest companies are more vulnerable than ever to cybercrime and estimates are that cybercrime will cost the world $10...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
wednesday June 12, 2024

How AI & Quantum Engineering are Helping Secure Organizations

  • pr-alarm11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

Recent cyber attacks on prominent Canadian organizations have proven Canada’s largest companies are more vulnerable than ever to cybercrime and estimates are that cybercrime will cost the world $10.5 trillion annually by 2025. Furthermore, the rate of and sophistication of nation state sponsored attacks is increasing and is expected to increase.
Recognizing this risk, the Government of Canada has announced an investment of $360 million in a new national quantum strategy which aims to utilize quantum technology as a strategy for mitigating cybercrime.

Attendee insights
Delegates will learn the investment required to improve cyber security, and how Canada can upgrade its expertise to be on the same playing field as the United States and other countries.

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Cara Wolf Founder and CEO Ammolite Analytx
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John Hewie National Security Officer Microsoft Canada
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Melanie Anderson Director General of Secure Solutions and Services. Canadian Centre for Cyber Security
  • 11 45 AM

Global Leader Main Stage Profile

A global energy leader will be interviewed and will share their critical insights on the global energy landscape.

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm11:45 AM - 12:00 PM
wednesday June 12, 2024

Global Leader Main Stage Profile

  • pr-alarm11:45 AM - 12:00 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

A global energy leader will be interviewed and will share their critical insights on the global energy landscape.

  • 12 00 PM

Lunch Break and Visit Exhibition

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
wednesday June 12, 2024

Lunch Break and Visit Exhibition

  • pr-alarm12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • 1 30 PM

How Indigenous Equity Partnerships are Catalyzing the Energy Industry

Equity partnerships are an essential component of economic development. Cedar LNG and Coastal GasLink have been exemplary models of economic reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. These projects...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
wednesday June 12, 2024

How Indigenous Equity Partnerships are Catalyzing the Energy Industry

  • pr-alarm1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

Equity partnerships are an essential component of economic development. Cedar LNG and Coastal GasLink have been exemplary models of economic reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. These projects have made significant economic impacts in their communities and have awarded billions of dollars to local and Indigenous communities since their inceptions.
How are true equity partnerships formed and what are the potential risks?

Attendee insights
This panel of Indigenous leaders, and energy project experts will discuss the essential components of creating long-term Indigenous equity partnerships within the energy industry and beyond. Delegates will learn how to best partner with Indigenous communities to create meaningful engagement and long-term partnerships.

Attendee insights
The panelists will share insights on how Canada’s new methane regulations will impact Canada’s energy industry and will discuss how the regulations compare with the recently updated regulations from the United States, Brazil, and Egypt. Delegates will learn how these new regulations may help create new business opportunities in Canada’s clean technology sector and the impact that these new regulations will have in helping to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

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Andy Brooks President Had to Holdings Ltd.
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Matthew Foss VP of Research and Public Policy Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business
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Stephen Buffalo President/CEO Indian Resource Council (IRC)
  • 2 15 PM

Global Energy Show Canada Sponsored Session

Global Energy Show Canada’s main sponsor will share key updates on the global impacts of some of their major projects.

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm2:15 PM - 2:30 PM
wednesday June 12, 2024

Global Energy Show Canada Sponsored Session

  • pr-alarm2:15 PM - 2:30 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

Global Energy Show Canada’s main sponsor will share key updates on the global impacts of some of their major projects.

  • 2 30 PM
wednesday June 12, 2024

Nuclear Energy as an Essential Lynchpin of a Clean Energy Future

  • pr-alarm2:30 PM - 3:15 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

As energy costs increase, nuclear power may be a viable option to lower global emissions and provide additional energy security to regions like Asia who are primarily reliant on coal-powered energy.
Canada ranks 7th globally in terms of nuclear energy production and its four active nuclear power plants produce nearly 15% of Canada’s electricity. By comparison, the United States ranks first globally producing 30% of the world’s nuclear energy and consumes 20% of its energy from nuclear energy sources.

Attendee insights
The speakers will discuss Canada’s plans to expand its nuclear energy production and the role that Small Modular Reactors (SMR’s) will play in increasing production and expanding exports to international markets.

Moderator:
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Adam Fremeth Associate Professor, Business, Economics and Public Policy Ivey School of Business
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Dr. Ben Reinke VP Global Business Development X Energy
William Smith
William Smith COO Terrestrial Energy
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Jill Baker Vice President Canadian Nuclear Association
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Chad MacLean Senior Director, Business Development & Innovation Bruce Power
  • 3 15 PM

How AI is Helping Power a Clean Energy Transition

Artificial intelligence can deliver transformative progress and improve operations and energy efficiency. With the support of AI, industries can progress in delivering new technologies and innovati...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm3:15 PM - 4:00 PM
wednesday June 12, 2024

How AI is Helping Power a Clean Energy Transition

  • pr-alarm3:15 PM - 4:00 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

Artificial intelligence can deliver transformative progress and improve operations and energy efficiency. With the support of AI, industries can progress in delivering new technologies and innovations that can fast track their net-zero strategies and begin to automate processes for fast delivery of products. AI can also help enhance and scale up sustainability projects by offering predicative capabilities and greater efficiency.

Attendee insights
Delegates will learn how AI can be best applied in the energy industry by assisting with Demand Response Management (DRM), predictive maintenance, oil and gas exploration and Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS).

Moderator:
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Jacob Irving President & CEO Energy Council of Canada
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Jamie Dinsmore GM, Energy & Resources Industry Microsoft Canada
Daniel Erhardt
Dan Erhardt Founder & CEO Arcus Power
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Jason Olbekson Industry Go To Market Senior Director Salesforce
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Alice M. Hildick Head of Operations Onward
  • 10 30 AM

Emerging Technologies in Canada’s Energy Ecosystem

Delegates will gain knowledge into emerging technologies lithium, geothermal, white hydrogen, and helium. The speakers will engage in a healthy debate on how industry and government can partner to...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
thursday June 13, 2024

Emerging Technologies in Canada’s Energy Ecosystem

  • pr-alarm10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
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Delegates will gain knowledge into emerging technologies lithium, geothermal, white hydrogen, and helium. The speakers will engage in a healthy debate on how industry and government can partner to ensure the longevity and viability of these technologies.

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Sean Collins CEO Varme Energy Inc.
  • 11 15 AM

Hydrogen Mobility: Hype or a Viable Solution to Compete with Electric Vehicles?

Delegates will learn if hydrogen can be a viable and affordable fuel cell technology for vehicles. The panelists will assess how hydrogen fuelled vehicles compare to electric vehicles and will deba...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm11:15 AM - 12:00 PM
thursday June 13, 2024

Hydrogen Mobility: Hype or a Viable Solution to Compete with Electric Vehicles?

  • pr-alarm11:15 AM - 12:00 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

Delegates will learn if hydrogen can be a viable and affordable fuel cell technology for vehicles. The panelists will assess how hydrogen fuelled vehicles compare to electric vehicles and will debate the future viability of both technologies.

Moderator:
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Mustafa Sahin Executive Vice President, Investment & Trade Edmonton Global
  • 12 00 PM

Lunch Break and Visit Exhibition Floor

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
thursday June 13, 2024

Lunch Break and Visit Exhibition Floor

  • pr-alarm12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • 1 30 PM

Creating an Economic Reconciliation Plan: Strategies for Engagement

Companies in all industries are realizing the importance of economic reconciliation but having a sustainable plan in place for creating meaningful engagement and reconciliation takes concerted effo...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
thursday June 13, 2024

Creating an Economic Reconciliation Plan: Strategies for Engagement

  • pr-alarm1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

Companies in all industries are realizing the importance of economic reconciliation but having a sustainable plan in place for creating meaningful engagement and reconciliation takes concerted effort from all stakeholders involved. The intent must exist for a true meaningful partnership to exist that not only includes an equity component but a plan if the project ends.

Attendee insights
Delegates will learn how to create their own meaningful reconciliation plan and will learn the essential components of engagement for genuine reconciliation.

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Shannon Pestun CEO and Chief Disruption Officer Pestun Consulting Inc.
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Shannon Sutherland Vice President, Events, Marketing & Communications Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
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Mark Little CEO & Co-Founder Jotson
  • 2 15 PM

Heavy-Industry Electrification and its Impact in Accelerating Decarbonization

Heavy industry accounts for nearly 20% of greenhouse emissions. Chemicals, mobility, steel, and cement are the most difficult sectors to abate with steel and cement accounting for approximately 14%...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm2:15 PM - 2:45 PM
thursday June 13, 2024

Heavy-Industry Electrification and its Impact in Accelerating Decarbonization

  • pr-alarm2:15 PM - 2:45 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

Heavy industry accounts for nearly 20% of greenhouse emissions. Chemicals, mobility, steel, and cement are the most difficult sectors to abate with steel and cement accounting for approximately 14% of global CO2 emissions and 47% of industry’s CO2 emissions. These industries are challenging to decarbonize as their production methods are often very energy intensive and their facilities are very large and require significant energy usage.
The Lehigh Hanson cement manufacturing plant in Edmonton is installing systems and infrastructure to replace 50% of the fossil fuels used in its kiln with Alternative and Low Carbon Fuels (ALCF). The benefits will include the reduction of methane and other landfill gases, reduced emissions from transportation, and the elimination of persistent solid waste from the environment.

Attendee insights
Gain a deeper understanding on decarbonisation in heavy emitting sectors, how cross-sector partnerships are vital to find lower-carbon solutions for these industries and how we can best tackle this major issue.

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Stephanie Voysey Head of Sustainability and Environment, Western Canada Lafarge Canada Inc.
  • 2 45 PM

Fireside Chat: Hydrogen and its Role in Aviation and Transport

Aviation accounts for approximately 2.5% of the world’s CO2 emissions and has been a difficult sector to decarbonize as not many proven solutions exist. Hydrogen, particularly hydrogen fuel cells,...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm2:45 PM - 3:00 PM
thursday June 13, 2024

Fireside Chat: Hydrogen and its Role in Aviation and Transport

  • pr-alarm2:45 PM - 3:00 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

Aviation accounts for approximately 2.5% of the world’s CO2 emissions and has been a difficult sector to decarbonize as not many proven solutions exist. Hydrogen, particularly hydrogen fuel cells, are becoming a viable solution as the airline industry transitions towards an emissions-free future. However, a recent shift is happening where airports are now looking at decarbonizing their entire operations including aircraft ground service vehicles, heavy-duty vehicles for freight, cargo, and rail.

Attendee insights
Delegates will discover hydrogen’s potential as a fuel source for aviation and other heavy-vehicles, and when hydrogen is likely to be widely available for commercial use. The panelists will share strategies for implementation and will explore what measures need to occur for more significant hydrogen fuel cell uptake.

  • 3 00 PM

Young Leaders in Energy Panel

This panel of young leaders in energy will share their career journeys and will explain the leadership opportunities available to recent graduates. The panel will inform delegates of transferrable...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
thursday June 13, 2024

Young Leaders in Energy Panel

  • pr-alarm3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

This panel of young leaders in energy will share their career journeys and will explain the leadership opportunities available to recent graduates. The panel will inform delegates of transferrable skills from other industries that can be applied to careers in energy and will provide insights on how to become a leader in any position.

Jeanine Vany
Jeanine Vany Executive Vice President Corporate Affairs Eavor Technologies Inc.
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Keagen Cave Vice President, Talent management Parkland Fuel Corporation
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Jana McDonald Chief Executive Officer & Founder Guardyan Conservation Corp.
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Joel Edwards CEO Tressl
  • 3 30 PM

Clean Energy’s Role in Decarbonizing Southeast Asia

Over 80% of the world’s total energy consumption is derived from fossil fuels with Asia consuming more than 60% of the world’s total coal production for its primary energy source. Coal consumption...

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm3:30 PM - 4:00 PM
thursday June 13, 2024

Clean Energy’s Role in Decarbonizing Southeast Asia

  • pr-alarm3:30 PM - 4:00 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage

Over 80% of the world’s total energy consumption is derived from fossil fuels with Asia consuming more than 60% of the world’s total coal production for its primary energy source. Coal consumption rose by 3.3% in 2022 to 8.3 billion tonnes, setting a record, according to the International Energy Association’s mid-year Coal Market Update.
ASEAN is the world’s fourth-largest energy consumer, and its energy transition policies will be critical in meeting global environmental targets. Whilst the region is dependent on fossil fuels, countries are investing in cleaner energy sources that will diversify their energy mix and attract new investment opportunities.

Attendee insights
Understand how industries are collaborating and forming strategic alliances to address one of the biggest energy transition challenges: energy diversification, value chain, and decarbonisation of heavy emitting sectors. Gain insights from industry leaders on their strategies for energy diversification and how to identify the right opportunities for partnerships and collaboration.

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His Excellency Zaldy Patron Consul General of Philippines
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James Waddock President SingleTrack Solutions
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Matthew Klukas COO Criterium Energy
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Wayne Farmer President Canada-ASEAN Business Council
  • 4 00 PM

Closing Remarks and End of Conference

  • locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
  • small-arm4:00 PM - 4:15 PM
thursday June 13, 2024

Closing Remarks and End of Conference

  • pr-alarm4:00 PM - 4:15 PM
  • pr-locationStrategic Conference, Main Stage
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