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
18
2018
Energy Safety Canada: Saskatchewan Lunch and Learn
Weyburn SE College, Weyburn, SK

Energy Safety Canada will be hosting a series of lunch and learn sessions throughout Saskatchewan. The presentations will contain information on youth in the workplace, legalized cannabis and impairment in the workplace, and the top five injuries in the Saskatchewan oil and gas industry.
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OCT
18
2018
It Takes a Team: Developing unity in crisis
Calgary, AB

Chief Darby Allen (Ret.) led the evacuation of 88,000 residents during the catastrophic wildfires in Fort McMurray in 2016. Allen provides a presentation weaving in themes of leadership, unity and community, followed by a casual conversation on the importance of mentorship. Presented by the University of Alberta. Tickets are $10.00 and funds go towards the UofA Engineering our Next Generation fund (the ENG fund), an endowment fund that supports our students now and forever.
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OCT
18
2018
An Apparent Missing Link in Analysis - A TSI Breakfast Talk
Main Dinning Room, The Bow Valley Club, Calgary, AB

Industry and analysts now go to extraordinary lengths to measure supply. Yet very little is done about the other side of the equation – demand. Is demand simply that inconsequential? Or, is it more important than supply in understanding what is headed your way in the oil and gas industry? In our TSI cyclical world, demand leads price and supply follows price.
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OCT
23
2018
What the Tech? Developments in digital tools, data analytics and software
University of Calgary Downtown Campus, Calgary, AB

The economic landscape is changing rapidly across the world – business environments are now characterized by exponential innovation, much of it in the application and use of technology.

Join the University of Calgary for breakfast on October 23 to hear from computer science experts unpacking innovative technologies, like AI (artificial intelligence), IoT (Internet of things), AR/VR (augmented reality/virtual reality) and cloud computing, that will change your business. Geared towards the energy industry audience, What the Tech? is a new series of computing technology themed breakfast lectures offered by the University of Calgary, Faculty of Science.
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OCT
23
2018
CERI Breakfast Overview - Economic and environmental impacts of transitioning to a cleaner electricity grid in western Canada
Bow Valley College, North Campus, Calgary, AB

This study considers alternative pathways transforming the electricity grid in the four western provinces: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Join CERI for breakfast and a review of the study.
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OCT
24 - 26
2018
CSUR: Banff 2018 International Induced Sesismicity Workshop.
Banff Park Lodge, Banff, AB

Bridging and integrating knowledge across sectors: across different induced seismicity settings and types. Academics, industry and regulators come together to discuss learnings from induced seismicity.
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OCT
30
2018
NOV
1
2018
CCGA Damage Prevention Symposium
Fairmont, Chateau Whistler, Whistler, B.C.

Be a part of Canada's unified damage prevention voice at this event that attracts members from the many Canadian organizations and associations who share the responsibility of damage prevention and public safety solutions. An excellent opportunity to network with peers across Canada and share knowledge and ideas.
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NOV
14 - 15
2018
Energy in North America: Issues, opportunities & solution pathways | Indigenous energy in Canada
Telus Convention Centre, Calgary, AB

The Energy Council of Canada will host the annual World Energy Council North America Region Energy Forum for 2018. The summit has been planned in coordination with the United States Energy Association and the World Energy Council – Mexico, with a regional session on the second day, on the topic of Indigenous Energy in Canada.
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NOV
16
2018
BCBC Business Summit: Canada 360: Action to Win in the Global Economy
Fairmont Hotel, Vancouver, B.C.

The 2018 Business Summit theme is Canada 360°: Action to Win in the Global Economy. Our program will canvas national and international perspectives on Canada’s risks, opportunities and business environment with a focus on the policy and leadership actions necessary to compete in the changing global marketplace.
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NOV
21 - 22
2018
CPA Oil and Gas Conference 2018
Telus Convention Centre, Calgary AB

This conference is Canada’s pre-eminent event for CPAs and financial professionals who work in the energy sector, bringing together leading oil and gas experts, and energy accountants to explore the latest industry developments.
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NOV
23
2018
Canadian Petroleum Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Calgary, AB

The Canadian Petroleum Hall of Fame was created in 1997 to establish an annual process by which significant contributions to the industry can be recognized, honoured and celebrated. Today, more 160 men and women have been recognized as “chapters” and inducted in the Petroleum Hall of Fame. Join the Hall of Fame as they celebrate colleagues and their achievements and contributions to the Canadian petroleum industry.
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NOV
23
2018
Canadian Petroleum Hall of Fame 2018 Induction Ceremony
Calgary Petroleum Club, Calgary, AB

The Canadian Petroleum Hall of Fame was created in 1997 to establish an annual process by which significant contributions to the industry can be recognized, honoured and celebrated. Today, more than 160 men and women have been recognized as “chapters” and inducted in the Petroleum Hall of Fame. This year the Canadian Petroleum Hall of Fame will add six individuals who have made major achievements and contributions to the Canadian petroleum industry
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NOV
26 - 28
2018
Operational Excellence in Energy and Utilities
The Old Mill, Toronto, ON

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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NOV
28
2018
CERI Breakfast Overview - An economic assessment of the International Maritime Organizations sulphur regulations on markets for Canadian crude oil
Bow Valley College, North Campus, Calgary, AB

Starting January 2020 regulations on global limit for sulphur in fuel oil used to power ships will change.The regs restrict emissions from ships plying international waters which could significantly change the crude oil landscape at regional & global levels. The change will propagate through the value chain; from the marine industry seeking replacement fuels to refiners producing bunker fuel & upstream oil producers who produce crudes that generate high sulphur residues used in bunkering. Join CERI for breakfast and an overview of the study findings.
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NOV
28 - 29
2018
Water Management Initiative 2018: For Canada's Tight Oil and Shale Gas Plays
Calgary, AB

The sixth conference in the series will address Western Canada's hottest water management topics and challenges, with E&P Case Studies, Regulatory Updates from AER, AEP & BC, and Latest Water Treatment Technologies, to present business-driven and cost-effective solutions in five key areas: water reuse & recycling, water treatment, water transfer & logistics, produced water disposal and water sourcing.
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JAN
19
2019
PSAC Stars and Spurs Gala
BMO Centre Stampede Park, Calgary, Alberta

Twenty-four years strong, the PSAC STARS and Spurs Gala has been bringing together industry leaders to celebrate the hard work and dedication of Albertans with a Western themed night of great food, dancing, and live entertainment. It’s the Way of the West. Hosted by the Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) in support of STARS Air Ambulance.
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JAN
23 - 24
2019
The Oil and Gas IOT Summit
Lisbon, Portugal

The Oil and Gas IOT Summit will bring together worldwide operators, EPCs, regulators, technology providers and all other major stakeholders to share their insights on capitalizing on IIoT and spearheading the industry back into optimal business growth.
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