Strengthening the Safety Culture
November 16, 2017
The Saskatchewan Petroleum Industry Health and Safety Information Group hosts a meeting on strengthening safety culture, featuring key note speakers Darcy Cretin and Wade Ashworth of Cenovus Energy Inc. Also, Energy Safety Canada will be providing an Accident and Injuries WCB Statistical Analysis, as well as an update on WCB 2018 Premium Rate Setting.
Our Land, Our Future: National Summit on Indigenous Youth and Natural Resource Development
November 21 to 22, 2017
Grey Eagle Hotel and Conference Centre, Calgary, Alberta
The Conference Board of Canada hosts a first-of-its-kind event to bring the perspectives, needs and aspirations of Indigenous youth to the forefront of Canada’s discourse on sustainable natural resource development. It will provide a safe, inclusive, and constructive space in which public and private sector representatives as well as Indigenous youth and leaders can candidly share their interests and priorities, with the intent of furthering shared understandings.
Leading the Way: Injury Trends & Prevention Conference
November 23, 2017
Kahanoff Centre, Calgary, Alberta
Enform, Canada’s upstream safety association, hosts a one-day conference focused on leading injury causes and safe work practices.
CPA Canada: Conference for the Oil and Gas Industry
November 28 and 29, 2017
Telus Convention Centre, Calgary, Alberta
Explore the latest industry developments, technical updates and financial insights you need to know for oil and gas. This conference also includes opportunities to network with energy sector experts and customize your learning experience.
Oilsands Banquet XI
November 29, 2017
Grand Ballroom at Shell Place, MacDonald Island, Fort McMurray, Alberta
The Oilsands Banquet is an annual gathering of industry leaders, government representatives, education providers, First Nations and the community of Wood Buffalo. Who come together every year, to share ideas, best practices, meet other industry professionals, honour community stakeholders and celebrate our unique and challenging industry.
Naturally Resourceful: Celebrating Innovation
November 29, 2017
Hyatt Regency Vancouver, B.C.
Attend the debut Naturally Resourceful: Celebrating Innovation luncheon to help us recognize some of the emerging technology companies that allow for the responsible pursuit of foundational activities in clean tech, forestry, oil and gas, mining, and transportation. Success in these fields means high-paying jobs and increased access to the global value chain, in turn leading to sustainable Canadian prosperity.
WorkSafeBC: Pre-drilling Season Session
November 29, 2017
Northern Grand Hotel, Fort St John, B.C.
Prevention Field Services Manager, Budd Phillips, will be presenting on topics including: Simultaneous / Concurrent Operations; Tank Fires and Explosions; Pipeline Construction; and Occupational Exposures and Risk Assessments. Session is from noon to 2:30 pm with lunch provided. To register, send an email with your name and company to Jim.Bowie@worksafebc.com by November 13, 2017.
Access, Partnerships and Responsible Energy Development: Navigating the Way Forward
November 30, 2017
Fairmont Waterfront Hotel, Vancouver, B.C.
Canada's energy sector is undergoing a major transformation. In addition to responding to a fluctuating price environment, it is actively engaged in the changing federal and provincial policy landscape, regulatory setting and practices around Indigenous and community consultation. Against this backdrop, it has become even more important to successfully manage complex stakeholder, rights holder and government relationships as the industry responsibly develops and delivers Canada's energy products to market. The Greater Vancouver Board of Trade's 2017 Energy Forum will bring together a diverse range of industry representatives, policy-makers and the business community for a dialogue on the importance of responsible energy development and its role in supporting a robust, economically sound and sustainable B.C. economy.
Let’s Rock the Boat – Testing the Consensus View
December 8, 2017
Bow Valley Club, Calgary, Alberta
A breakfast presentation by Turnstone Strategy which provides guidance on oil and natural gas pricing trends using an approach called cyclical arbitrage. For this presentation, Turnstone will look at a historical example of consensus-driven price and the resultant outcomes, then “rock the boat” a little, and test two critical views in the crude oil and natural gas markets, their potential outcomes, and what that means for you.