Atlantic Canada Energy Summit

Oct 21-22, 2015 | Saint John, NB

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Like in previous years, the 2015 Energy Summit will tackle the critical challenges and opportunities facing Atlantic Canada’s electricity and oil & gas sector. This conference brings together policy makers and industry participants to encourage open and frank debate, further finding new means to increase investments in this region, build needed infrastructure, and develop a more prosperous industry.

The select roster of speakers will share with you their expert opinions and insights on the issues that need to be addressed if this market is to evolve. Important and thought-provoking questions will be addressed in this comprehensive two day event that is designed to provide up-to-date insight into the forces that shape the Atlantic Canada’s energy industry.

If you want to hear about what is happening in this sector with analysis by the key people who make it happen, you will not want to miss the 13th Atlantic Canada Energy Summit.

Five Reasons to Attend

  1. Understanding the future economy and how to prepare
  2. Integrating Maritime energy networks
  3. Increasing investments in Atlantic energy infrastructure
  4. Pipelines developments
  5. How to move past the Fracking Moratorium

Conference Highlights

  • Creating investment opportunities for energy infrastructure
  • Challenges and opportunities presented by natural gas for industry in the region
  • Learning from outside experience
  • Managing risks, unlocking value – the future for the northeast gas supply and access to world markets
  • Growth pressures and the need to work with local governments to prepare for anticipated growth
  • Fostering energy collaboration, accessing markets and creating opportunities
  • Renewable energy development and penetration in Atlantic Canada
  • Exploring areas for alignment – current regional electricity activity planning
  • Creating value in the Atlantic Canada energy – international northeast natural gas supply, delivery, reliability and transmission planning

and more…

Who Should Attend

  • Executives from:
    • Natural gas exploration, production, planning and distribution companies
    • Oil & Gas, pipeline and LNG industry
    • Industrial, commercial and institutional users of power
    • Electric and gas utilities
    • Energy service and procurement companies
    • Gas storage and gas transmission companies
  • Energy, Aboriginal and environmental lawyers, advisors and consultants
  • Regulators and officials from federal, provincial, local government and Aboriginal organizations
  • Energy investors and financial officers