13th Annual Arctic Oil and Gas Symposium
North America’s Premier Arctic Oil and Gas Conference - March 12-13, 2013
It’s the only event of its kind in Canada that acts as a forum for you to gain valuable awareness into the progress, policy, challenges and solutions around oil and gas development in the North and engage with the key players involved. Highlights from this year’s program include:
· Focus on the Central Mackenzie Valley’s Canol Shale Play: the geology; recent activity and future plans; navigating the regulatory framework
· Chevron’s experiences in the Beaufort and Chukchi Sea in Canada and Alaska
· Critical pipeline infrastructure for Canada — getting product to market and new markets
· The latest on Russia’s offshore oil and gas plans and progress
· In-depth workshop on water and waste management for energy production in the Central Mackenzie Valley
· Details on the progress of the Mackenzie Valley Highway and international standards for offshore oil and gas development
· The latest on Alaska’s plans for commercializing North Slope natural gas
· Northern leaders’ panel - perspectives on Arctic oil and gas development in their communities
2013 Speaker Faculty includes:
· Eric Hanson, ConocoPhillips
· Kevin Williams, Chevron Canada
· John Hogg, MGM Energy Corp.
· Minister David Ramsay, Government of Northwest Territories
· Larry Persily, Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects
· Michael Chenier, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development
… and many more!
Conference Title: 13th Annual Arctic Oil and Gas Symposium
Date: March 12-13, 2013
Location: Hyatt Regency Hotel, Calgary, Alberta
About CI Energy Group
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