Events

These event listings are provided for informational purposes only. Listing here does not necessarily imply endorsement by CAPP. Information is provided by third parties and is subject to change.

OCT
8 - 17
2019
Energy Safety Canada: Saskatchewan Information Learning Sessions
Multiple locations and dates throughout the above date range, Saskatchewan

Energy Safety Canada will be hosting a series of Learning sessions throughout Saskatchewan in the month of October. The presentations will contain information on: Energy Safety Canada Overview of Operations and Resources, Statistical Updates and Trends, Mental Health and Safety in the Work Environment (Mind on Task)
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OCT
21 - 23
2019
Gas turbines for energy network (GTEN) symposium
Fairmont Banff Springs, Banff, Alberta

The GTEN offers a Symposium held every two years for the exchange and dissemination of ideas and the communication of new developments related to the industrial application of gas turbines in Canada, and a Course/Workshop every other year.
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OCT
21 - 23
2019
Operational excellence in energy and utilities
Toronto, Ontario

Over 150 Operations, Operational Excellence, EH&S, Asset Management and Reliability leaders are meeting in Toronto to learn the latest strategies for managing change, increasing efficiency and optimizing productivity - without compromising reliability, safety, and compliance.
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OCT
22
2019
CHOA Technical Luncheon
Calgary Petroleum Club, Calgary, Alberta

Please email jsugars@choa.ab.ca for further details.
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OCT
23
2019
CERI breakfast overview: Competitiveness of the Canadian regulatory structure for the oil and gas sector
Bow Valley College, Calgary Alberta

Oil and gas production and transport are major considerations when determining how to combat climate change. It is also an important sector of the economy which brings with it concerns related to construction activities, health and safety and environmental stewardship. This study will consider the different environmental, social and economic regulations and their individual and cumulative costs and benefits on society and the sector. This project will review different policies implemented federally and by provincial or territorial jurisdictions. It will consider their stated objectives and provide a valuation of those goals and a valuation of the impact on the sector. This study will also consider similar regulations of US jurisdictions in that competitive analysis and assess how export-exposed industries might be affected and whether “carbon leakage” should be a consideration.
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OCT
24
2019
PTAC Innovation Showcase
The Petroleum Club, Calgary Alberta

The oil and gas industry faces the challenge of reducing operational costs and implementing more efficient processes to improve overall company performance and safety given the current state of the market. Time is very short to affect a vast change in industry infrastructure, which is why one-on-one interactions between technology or service providers and end-users are so critical. The 2019 Innovation Showcase allows access to information on innovative cost reduction and environmental improvement technologies. It’s also an exciting occasion for all attending to gain exposure in the field of oil and gas and network with industry leaders. It is free to attend if you RSVP before October 23
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OCT
24
2019
CHOA ShareCase
The Petroleum Club, Calgary Alberta

Alberta Join CHOA for the 4th Vendor ShareCase Event where you will hear from 4 Vendors that will showcase one of their new products or service innovation. You will then have the opportunity to network individually with whichever companies you wish following the presentations.
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OCT
28
2019
Cleaner Fuels Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) at Refineries webinar
PTAC Offices, Calgary Alberta

The CRIN Cleaner Fuels theme group will present a webinar on Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) at Refineries. Join them in-person or online, to learn about the challenges of lowering the carbon intensity of petroleum products by using carbon capture technologies. Topics will include the new CCS infrastructure at the NWR Sturgeon Refinery, and CCS advances in Europe.
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OCT
28 - 30
2019
Emissions Reduction Alberta SPARK
Edmonton Convention Centre, Edmonton, Alberta

SPARK, convening the world’s best clean technology innovators and investors under one roof to explore how to reimagine carbon. Join Emissions Reduction Alberta for a conference full of thought-provoking speakers, experiences, and ideas.
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NOV
5 - 6
2019
Decentralised energy forum
The Rimrock Resort Hotel, Banff, Alberta

This conference is bringing together like-minded industry experts who are ready to make contemporary energy an integral part of our modern built environment. Where the journey to interactive and automated energy is showcased. Where you meet inspirational business leaders who spark your imagination and can put your business on a clear path to future success. Where innovation integrates into real projects.
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NOV
6
2019
CHOA Fall Conference Reception and Awards Evening
Hotel Arts, Calgary, Alberta

Celebrating 30 years of the Canadian Heavy Oil Association.
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NOV
7
2019
CHOA Fall Conference 2019
Hotel Arts, Calgary, Alberta

Canada is renowned for its heavy oil and oil sands innovation and expertise. The Canadian Heavy Oil Conference will bring together hundreds of professionals and experts for a day-and-a-half event providing directly applicable heavy oil and oil sands industry knowledge and connections.
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NOV
20
2019
CERI breakfast overview: Industrial competitiveness, productivity and energy efficiency
Bow Valley College, Calgary Alberta

This project will assess the economic impacts associated with energy efficiency projects as they relate to system planning requirements for electricity and natural gas generation, transmission, and distribution systems. Considering the energy requirements for the top 5 industries in each province, CERI will evaluate the cost, emissions and energy system impacts of energy efficiency investments. These investments will have a variety of impacts including potentially increased labour, changes to the demand for electricity, oil and gas, and competitiveness with other countries and within Canada.
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NOV
21
2019
Getting to Know Industry Leaders Series- Keith Schilling and Caralyn Bennett
Calgary Alberta

The CHOA Developing Professionals Committee is pleased to present the “Getting to Know” series for Fall 2019. Individuals in the first ten years of their career are invited to meet and ask questions to industry leaders in an informal roundtable setting. Each event will be concluded with a networking session. To ensure the discussions are as authentic and constructive as possible, tickets for each event are only available to 12 attendees. Tickets are $30 and include wine and appetizers.
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NOV
25 - 29
2019
NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management
Calgary Alberta

This qualification is the result of a unique collaboration which combines the advanced technical ‘high hazard’ expertise of the HSE with NEBOSH’s ability to deliver strong vocational OSH qualifications. HSE has led the way in riskbased regulation, underpinned by the fundamental principle of UK health and safety law – those who create risks are best placed to control them and should do so in a proportionate and practical way.
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NOV
26 - 27
2019
2019 Oil and gas conference
Calgary Alberta

Join Canada’s top industry thought leaders at this two-day event that focuses on the most critical issues, challenges and opportunities facing oil and gas.
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NOV
26 - 27
2019
2019 Methane Emissions Reduction Forum
Rimrock Resort Hotel, Banff, Alberta

JIn its second year, this two-day event joins organizations and governments together to jointly coordinate their climate research agendas and research initiatives. By bringing together industry stakeholders and climate change thought leaders, not only can we discuss a coherent approach to methane emissions reduction, we can collaboratively, efficiently, and cost-effectively create them. Order before October 1 and receive $200 off tickets. CAPP members can receive an additional 15% off by contacting lgilmore@ptac.org.
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DEC
3
2019
The art of leadership
The Telus Convention Centre, Calgary, Alberta

The Art of Leadership brings together the most respected names in thought leadership in an environment that inspires action. Surrounded by a network of like-minded individuals, its unique design is built around the stories, ideas, discoveries and transformative moments that drive achievement.
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DEC
10 - 11
2019
18th Annual Shutdowns Turnarounds Superconference
Hyatt Regency, Calgary Alberta

The Shutdowns Turnarounds Superconference, has consistently been the optimal event for anyone involved in plant shutdowns and turnarounds across Canada. There is no better way to learn, share and improve your turnaround game plan than at this information packed event. Get techniques you will not find anywhere else as you interact with owners, contractors and innovative solution experts to share new strategies, compare points of pain, and come out ahead.
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MAR
18 - 19
2020
20th Annual Arctic Oil & Gas Symposium
Hotel Arts, Calgary Alberta

Building on a legacy of 20 successful years, this anticipated event brings together political leaders and senior decision makers from government and Northern communities, as well as executives from the resource industry for candid discussions on the future of oil and gas development in Canada’s north.
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JUNE
3 - 4
2020
Cumulative Effects 2020
Calgary Alberta

This event brings together the key stakeholders in cumulative effects management to discuss and share the latest information on the critical issues affecting environmental management and resource development. Delve into practical solutions and gain insight from scientific experts, government, Indigenous leaders and industry representatives as they address the social, economic and environmental effects of new project development.
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