Presentations and Third-Party Reports

Third-Party Reports 

2018 Joint Working Group - Industry Submission to Ministers

Proposed Actions to Address the Competitiveness of Canada’s Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Sector

Joint Working Group Report 2018

A Joint Working Group (JWG) was convened in 2017 as a forum for industry, federal and provincial governments to examine issues affecting the competitiveness of the upstream oil and gas industry in Canada. The industry work was led by the Liquids Rich Natural Gas (LRNG) group and the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP). This industry submission to government builds on and extends the work of the JWG.

Click here and here for more information on the JWG.

Investment of Carbon Proceeds into Oil and Gas Production Operations

ICF: Strategic Consulting, a global consulting services company established in 1969 with over 5,000 specialized industry experts, was engaged to assess the abatement opportunity and worthiness of the oil and gas sector to deploy carbon fund investment cost effectively and the shape structure of a carbon proceed funded vehicle should take in Alberta. Read the report here.

An International Review of Environmental Assessment Processes

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WorleyParsons Canada conducted an international review of Environmental Assessment processes to investigate and summarize international government regulatory practices and identify best practices and opportunities to improve Canada’s Federal Environmental Assessment process. Read the report here.

An International Comparison of Leading Oil and Gas Producing Regions 

WorleyParsons conducted a study to compare Alberta, Canada with other locations around the world in terms of their environmental policies, laws and regulatory systems.

An International Comparison of Leading Oil and Gas Producing Region 
Data Tables - An International Comparison of Leading Oil and Gas Producing Region

Our Petroleum Challenge: Canadian Resources. Global Markets.

Our Petroleum Challenge

The Canadian Centre for Energy has created this book to illustrate the numerous connections between Canadian markets and the world's, between the industry's initial searches for hydrocarbon resources and its final sales to consumers and between our resource's past and their sustainable future. Read the book.

Presentations

2019

April

Presentation to Senate Committee on Bill C-69
Presentation by Paul Barnes, Director, Atlantic Canada and Arctic
(PDF | 98.6 KB | April, 2019)

March

Unlocking the Future of Offshore Oil and Gas Development
Presentation by Paul Barnes, Director, Atlantic Canada and Arctic
(PDF | 331 KB | March, 2019)

2018

March

The Freeze on Future Oil and Gas Licensing in Canada's Arctic Offshore
Presentation by Paul Barnes, Director, Atlantic Canada and Arctic
(PDF | 192 KB | March, 2018)

Energy Tomorrow: Canada in the World's Energy Future
Presentation by Jeff Gaulin, Vice President, Communications
(PDF | 112 KB | March, 2018)

January

Energy Tomorrow: Canada in the World's Energy Future
Presentation by Jeff Gaulin, Vice President, Communications
(PDF | 112 KB | December, 2018)

2017

November

Newfoundland and Labrador's Energy Future: Capitalizing on Prosperity
Presentation by Terry Abel, Executive Vice President, CAPP
(PDF | 1.52MB | November, 2017)

October

L’avenir énergétique du Canada
Presentation by Jeff Gaulin, CAPP Vice President, Communications
(PDF | 7.05MB | October, 2017)

Francophone Municipal Association AGM
Presentation by Jeff Gaulin, CAPP Vice President, Communications
(PDF | 310KB | October, 2017)

Pétrole 101; Tournée québécoise des sables bitumineux 2017
Presentation by Jeff Gaulin, CAPP Vice President, Communications
(PDF | 7.47MB | October, 2017)

February

Montréal Council on Foreign Relations
Presentation by Tim McMillan, CAPP President and CEO
(PDF | 375KB | February, 2017)