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.

FEB
26 - 28
2019
Forward summit 2019
Telus Convention Centre, Calgary, Alberta

An Indigenous-led, multi-day conference dedicated to advancing economic partnerships, discovering opportunities for change and supporting national relationships between Canada’s industry leaders and Indigenous Communities.
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FEB
27
2019
Growth and opportunity: Energy priorities for a prosperous Alberta
The World Trade Centre, Edmonton, Alberta

CAPP’s CEO, Tim McMillan, will highlight the challenges facing Alberta’s oil and natural gas industry, as well as solutions-based recommendations. CAPP’s recommendations focus on a strong growth scenario for the oil and natural gas industry in Alberta, increasing its competitiveness in the global energy market and attracting investment back to the province.
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FEB
27 - 28
2019
Cost-effective well site facilities Canada
Calgary, Alberta

Bringing together the highest quality technical and executive level group, this conference gives you the chance to come face-to-face with active operators from the Canada's unconventional shale plays.
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FEB
28
2019
NAIT breakfast overview - Economic and environmental impacts of methane emissions reduction in the natural gas supply chain
NAIT, CAT Building, Edmonton, Alberta

This overview will quantify the economic and environmental impacts of methane emissions reduction throughout the full supply chain of natural gas. The gas supply chain is broadly divided into upstream, midstream and downstream segments where sources of methane emissions are identified, and mitigation technologies are assessed on cost and emission mitigation basis. The analysis includes three abatement scenarios: maximum emission reduction, uniform reduction and optimal reduction.
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FEB
28
2019
Energy Safety Canada Saskatchewan: Drug/cannabis in the workplace
Southeast college, Estevan, Saskatchewan

Our keynote presenter for this session is going to be Chad Secondiak, Vice President with ECS Safety Services Ltd. For the last 20 years Chad has been working for ECS Safety Services holding various positions from Onsite Coordinator, Lead Trainer, Business Development Manager to his current position for the last 12 years as the Vice President.
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MAR
11 - 15
2018
CERAWeek
Houston, Texas

Hear from more than 650 high-caliber speakers across a program of over 350 sessions, gain valuable insight for managing through turbulent times facing the future of energy and build relationships with a community of more than 4000 decision-makers from more than 75 countries
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MAR
13
2018
Spring fever: Gauging the temperature of market access and abandonment & reclamation obligations
The Bow, Calgary, Alberta

The International Energy Credit Association is pleased to present two highly relevant and timely seminars featuring local industry experts. Mark Pinney and Richard Wong from CAPP will present Market Access: The New Normal, followed by local energy lawyers Cameron Hughes and Walker MacLeod discussing The Sequoia litigation: Perspectives and Analysis. After these sessions, there will the opportunity to network with your peers and fellow industry professionals over wine and hors d’oeuvres while enjoying the amazing views of Calgary.
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MAR
13
2018
CHOA's new workshop - The evolution series
Kahanoff Centre, Calgary, Alberta

Join the Canadian Heavy Oil Association (CHOA) for part one of a three-part series that will show you how to highlight your value and contribution in your organization, catapult your career to the next level and expand your professional toolkit.
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MAR
19 - 20
2018
OPEX in oil and gas online 2019
Virtual event

Join us for a free online event, learn from six industry leaders, and discover how to: Optimise your operations for reliability and develop industry-leading maintenance practices, reduce operational expenditure by using analytics tools to leverage data, properly maintain asset integrity and utilise Lean ideas to further manage expenditure, streamline your operations, and reduce variability across your enterprise, address cultural changes within your company to improve reliability and safety, improve your core operations, and address H&S, compliance, and risk.
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MAR
20
2018
CERI breakfast overview - Economic and environmental impacts of methane emissions reduction in the natural gas supply chain
Bow Valley College, Calgary, AB

This overview will quantify the economic and environmental impacts of methane emissions reduction throughout the full supply chain of natural gas. The gas supply chain is broadly divided into upstream, midstream and downstream segments where sources of methane emissions are identified, and mitigation technologies are assessed on cost and emission mitigation basis. The analysis includes three abatement scenarios: maximum emission reduction, uniform reduction and optimal reduction.
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APR
23
2018
Canadian gas dialogues
Petroleum Club, Calgary, AB

The Canadian Gas Dialogues conference is designed to bring together the spectrum of stakeholders in the natural gas community for the exchange and sharing of insight and viewpoints on how we can collectively move forward the position of the industry in local, national and global communities. The main topic for discussion are: public understanding of the value proposition, the regulatory framework: making it as efficient as possible, export markets and domestic markets.
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APR
30
2019
Energy Safety Canada: Petroleum safety conference
Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Alberta

Speakers include Jordin Tootoo, bestselling author and seasoned speaker and Kevin Brown, author of The Hero Effect
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JUNE
4 - 6
2019
Operational excellence in energy, chemicals and resources
Hyatt Regency, Calgary, Alberta

With markets shifting, regulations changing and pressure to increase efficiency in your operations - how can you deliver consistent operational excellence? Join over 250 Heads of OE, Operations, Assets and HSE at the 6th Annual Operational Excellence in Energy, Chemicals & Resources Summit.
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JUNE
9 - 11
2019
CERI 2019 petrochemical conference
Pomeroy Kananaskis Mountain Lodge, Kananaskis, Alberta

The Canadian petrochemical sector sits perched on the edge of opportunity as it weighs risks associated with the significant commitment required to make large project dreams a reality. The industry also teeters on the edge of transformational change due to availability of feedstocks, the shifting market, technologically disruptive changes to existing and future processes and products, and ever-more stringent social and environmental expectations. Will access to significant feedstock from the liquids rich Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin alone be enough to provide investors with the confidence they need in a competitive international market? Location, location, location. How are geographical advantages weighed when making FID? Location clearly provides an edge over the competition, but does location make or break the feasibility of a project? How will local consumption of products and the transition from linear to circular economies impact the sector?
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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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