2024 Strategic Program

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Decarbonize. Invest. Transform
September 10-12, 2024
Edmonton Convention Centre | Alberta, Canada

Co-Host
  • 8 30 AM
Breakfast
  • 9 00 AM

Indigenous Welcome

  • locationHall C
  • small-arm9:00 AM - 9:15 AM
tuesday September 10, 2024

Indigenous Welcome

  • pr-alarm9:00 AM - 9:15 AM
  • pr-locationHall C
  • 9 15 AM
tuesday September 10, 2024

A Conversation with our Co-Chairs

  • pr-alarm9:15 AM - 9:30 AM
  • pr-locationHall C
Speakers:
Candice Paton New 2023
Candice Paton Vice President, Corporate Affairs Enhance Energy
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Kayli Avedutti Executive Director Treaty 6
  • 9 30 AM
tuesday September 10, 2024

Solving Decarbonization in Hard to Abate Sectors Using CCUS

  • pr-alarm9:30 AM - 10:15 AM
  • pr-locationHall C

• An in-depth look at how different industries are selecting the most viable solutions
• What solutions can concurrently save costs, boost revenue and cut emissions?
• Which emerging technologies are transforming some the harder to abate sectors

Attendee insights:
The panel will explore innovative strategies and practical solutions for decarbonizing industries like cement, steel, and chemicals through CCUS implementation.

Panelists:
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Stephanie Voysey Head of Sustainability and Environment, Western Canada Lafarge Canada Inc.
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Christophe Malaurie Senior Vice President of Decarbonization Solutions Technip Energies
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Corwyn Bruce Project Director CCUS Heidelberg Materials
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Stephen Arseniuk Director, Net Zero Planning Pathways Alliance
  • 10 15 AM

A Reduction in Greenwashing or Climate Progress? Examining the Impact of Bill C-59

• What will companies be able to say regarding their emissions reduction targets?
• How will it impact investment?
• Will it help to reduce greenwashing or create added uncertainty around climate...

  • locationHall C
  • small-arm10:15 AM - 10:45 AM
tuesday September 10, 2024

A Reduction in Greenwashing or Climate Progress? Examining the Impact of Bill C-59

  • pr-alarm10:15 AM - 10:45 AM
  • pr-locationHall C

• What will companies be able to say regarding their emissions reduction targets?
• How will it impact investment?
• Will it help to reduce greenwashing or create added uncertainty around climate progress?
• Will other nations adopt similar legislation?

Attendee insights: this panel of industry and political experts will engage in a lively debate regarding how Bill C-59 may impact the energy industry and potentially limit freedom of speech and communication in advertising.

Panelists:
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Sonya Savage (KC) Senior Counsel Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG)
  • 10 45 AM

Coffee Break and Exhibition Visit

  • locationHall C
  • small-arm10:45 AM - 11:00 AM
tuesday September 10, 2024

Coffee Break and Exhibition Visit

  • pr-alarm10:45 AM - 11:00 AM
  • pr-locationHall C
  • 11 00 AM
tuesday September 10, 2024

Fireside Chat: Accelerating Carbon Management in Canada

  • pr-alarm11:00 AM - 11:15 AM
  • pr-locationHall C
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Ranjith Narayanasamy Chief Executive Officer and President Petroleum Technology Research Centre (PTRC)
  • 11 15 AM

The Future of Carbon Capture and Sequestration in Alberta

• The features of the reservoirs where carbon might go and their relative merits.
• Carbon transportation and its associated costs.
• The difficulties and constraints for project development and...

  • locationHall C
  • small-arm11:15 AM - 11:30 AM
tuesday September 10, 2024

The Future of Carbon Capture and Sequestration in Alberta

  • pr-alarm11:15 AM - 11:30 AM
  • pr-locationHall C

• The features of the reservoirs where carbon might go and their relative merits.
• Carbon transportation and its associated costs.
• The difficulties and constraints for project development and implementation and the alternatives for dealing with them.
• Understand the implications of provincial and federal policy initiatives on project viability.

Attendee insights:
Attendees will gain critical insights into cutting-edge technologies driving carbon capture and sequestration and will learn why hydrogen production and carbon sequestration will be linked economically for the foreseeable future and understand the different paths to their potential value.

Panelists:
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Ian MacGregor Chief Executive Officer North West Refining
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Kerri Howard Partner McCarthy Tètrault
  • 11 30 AM

Is Carbon Capture Infrastructure the Key to Commercializing Decarbonization

• What do we need to know to conduct business across international borders?
• A thorough consideration of regulatory frameworks to avoid common pitfalls and time delays
• Collaborative strategies...

  • locationHall C
  • small-arm11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
tuesday September 10, 2024

Is Carbon Capture Infrastructure the Key to Commercializing Decarbonization

  • pr-alarm11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • pr-locationHall C

• What do we need to know to conduct business across international borders?
• A thorough consideration of regulatory frameworks to avoid common pitfalls and time delays
• Collaborative strategies between stakeholders and governmental entities to enhance cooperation
• Identifying necessary policies, financing options, and stakeholder engagement for unlocking the potential of CCUS

Attendee insights:
Attendees will gain valuable insights into the complexities of navigating long-distance and international operations, regulatory frameworks and the necessity of taking a collaborative approach to realize the potential of CCUS.

Panelists:
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Drew Leyburne Assistant Deputy Minister, Energy Efficiency and Technology Sector Natural Resources Canada
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Scyller Borglum Underground Storage Market Leader WSP
  • 12 00 PM
Lunch and Exhibition Visit
  • 1 30 PM

Taking the Next Step with Direct Air Capture

• Exploring the compelling business rationale behind Direct Air Capture (DAC)
• Evaluating the promising growth prospects of DAC technology
• Identifying avenues for reducing costs and enhancing...

  • locationHall C
  • small-arm1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
tuesday September 10, 2024

Taking the Next Step with Direct Air Capture

  • pr-alarm1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
  • pr-locationHall C

• Exploring the compelling business rationale behind Direct Air Capture (DAC)
• Evaluating the promising growth prospects of DAC technology
• Identifying avenues for reducing costs and enhancing affordability in DAC implementation
• Analyzing the hurdles and lessons learned from testing large-scale DAC facilities

Attendees will gain insights into the economic viability and attractiveness of Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology, its potential for significant growth, opportunities for cost reduction, and an understanding of the challenges faced.

Panelists:
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Daniel Nathan Chief Project Development Officer Climeworks
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Gregory Maidment Vice President Subsurface Deep Sky
Kelly Newnham
Kelly Newnham Senior Vice President, Sectors and Sales Worley
  • 2 15 PM
tuesday September 10, 2024

Fireside Chat: Pathways Alliance

  • pr-alarm2:15 PM - 2:30 PM
  • pr-locationHall C
Robert Mugo
Robert Mugo Director, Greenhouse Gas Environmental Priority Area Pathways Alliance
  • 2 30 PM

The Establishment of Low Carbon Hubs Across Canada

• Coordination and collaboration among government, industry, and the public to create and connect low carbon hubs
• Reaching critical mass of emissions reduction and implementing new plants
• Exp...

  • locationHall C
  • small-arm2:30 PM - 3:15 PM
tuesday September 10, 2024

The Establishment of Low Carbon Hubs Across Canada

  • pr-alarm2:30 PM - 3:15 PM
  • pr-locationHall C

• Coordination and collaboration among government, industry, and the public to create and connect low carbon hubs
• Reaching critical mass of emissions reduction and implementing new plants
• Exploring how different regions of Canada are approaching these challenges.
• Identifying transferable lessons learned from hub development to benefit other regions

Attendees will learn about the diverse approaches taken by different regions in Canada to tackle carbon challenges and identify transferable lessons that can be applied to similar initiatives.

Panelists:
Adam Chalkley
Adam Chalkley Director, Low Carbon Development Enbridge Inc.
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Andrea Hepp President, Atlas Low Carbon Storage Hub Shell
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Niels Versfeld Director, Corporate Development Carbon Clean
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Adlai Majer Director, New Energy Whitecap Resources
  • 3 15 PM
Coffee Break and Networking
  • 3 45 PM
tuesday September 10, 2024

Delivering CCUS Projects to Achieve Canada’s Climate Goals

  • pr-alarm3:45 PM - 4:30 PM
  • pr-locationHall C

• Managing new and large-scale and intricate projects: meeting budget and timeline targets
• Navigating permitting and regulatory obligations
• Leveraging industry experience: Conversations with experts that have demonstrated a proven record in CCUS project delivery
• Insights from CCUS leaders globally to enhance efficiency in future project deliveries

Panelists:
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Erik Petursson Vice President, Policy and Carbon Markets Entropy
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Madison Savilow Director of Corporate and External Affairs Carbon Upcycling
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James Fann Chief Executive Officer International CCS Knowledge Centre
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Rory Wheat Vice President, Development Varme
  • 4 30 PM
tuesday September 10, 2024

Closing Remarks from the Chair and End of Day 1

  • pr-alarm4:30 PM - 4:40 PM
  • pr-locationHall C
  • 4 40 PM
Industry Networking Reception on the Exhibition Floor
  • 8 00 AM
Breakfast
  • 9 00 AM
wednesday September 11, 2024

A Conversation with our Chairs About Their Day 1 Findings

  • pr-alarm9:00 AM - 9:15 AM
  • pr-locationHall C
Candice Paton New 2023
Candice Paton Vice President, Corporate Affairs Enhance Energy
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Kayli Avedutti Executive Director Treaty 6
  • 9 15 AM

Enhancing Carbon Dioxide Transportation and Storage

• Identifying the pivotal steps for advancing projects to expedite our decarbonization goals
• Highlighting lucrative commercial prospects
• Expediting carbon transport and permanent storage thro...

  • locationHall C
  • small-arm9:15 AM - 10:00 AM
wednesday September 11, 2024

Enhancing Carbon Dioxide Transportation and Storage

  • pr-alarm9:15 AM - 10:00 AM
  • pr-locationHall C

• Identifying the pivotal steps for advancing projects to expedite our decarbonization goals
• Highlighting lucrative commercial prospects
• Expediting carbon transport and permanent storage through regulatory, technological advancements, and financing initiatives
• Welcoming fresh participants into the market

Attendees will per understanding of the pivotal steps necessary to advance carbon dioxide transportation and storage projects, ultimately expediting global decarbonization efforts.

Panelists:
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Jeff Pearson Chief Executive Officer Wolf Midstream
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Matthew Brister President Low Carbon Bison Ventures
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Neil Wildgust President & CEO Carbon Management Canada
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Patricia Schouker Founder Energy Bridge Global
  • 10 00 AM
wednesday September 11, 2024

Fireside Chat: Innovation for Carbon Capture & Utilization

  • pr-alarm10:00 AM - 10:15 AM
  • pr-locationHall C
  • 10 15 AM
wednesday September 11, 2024

Ministerial Address

  • pr-alarm10:15 AM - 10:30 AM
  • pr-locationHall C
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Pavel-Casian Nitulescu State Secretary Energy Ministry of Romania
  • 10 30 AM
Coffee and Networking
  • 11 00 AM

Carbon Markets: Creating Revenue for Reducing Emissions

• Canada’s national carbon compliance program; how will come together with other established carbon markets.
• How are carbon markets evolving and to what degree is it gaining momentum?
• Addres...

  • locationHall C
  • small-arm11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
wednesday September 11, 2024

Carbon Markets: Creating Revenue for Reducing Emissions

  • pr-alarm11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
  • pr-locationHall C

• Canada’s national carbon compliance program; how will come together with other established carbon markets.
• How are carbon markets evolving and to what degree is it gaining momentum?
• Addressing criticisms and ensuring that carbon credit trading is an effective tool for addressing climate change?
• What does the future of carbon credit trading look like and what challenges will need to be overcome?

Panelists:
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Patrick Chabot Managing Director Canada Growth Fund Investment Management
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Amy Zell Founder and Lead Consultant Outset Carbon Consulting
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Candice Paton Vice President, Corporate Affairs Enhance Energy
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Justin Wheler Senior Director of VCS Program Development Verra
  • 11 45 AM
wednesday September 11, 2024

Fireside Chat: What Industries Can Best Drive Growth of CCUS

  • pr-alarm11:45 AM - 12:00 PM
  • pr-locationHall C
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Brett Henkel Co-Founder & Senior Vice President of Business Development Svante
  • 12 00 PM
Lunch and Exhibition Visit
  • 1 30 PM

Trump, Poilievre, or more of the same? What Could the Energy Sector in Canada and the United States look like in 2025?

Across the next 18 months, as both the USA and Canada prepare for national elections, there is no question that there is potential for major changes to national energy policies. What risks and oppo...

  • locationHall C
  • small-arm1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
wednesday September 11, 2024

Trump, Poilievre, or more of the same? What Could the Energy Sector in Canada and the United States look like in 2025?

  • pr-alarm1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
  • pr-locationHall C

Across the next 18 months, as both the USA and Canada prepare for national elections, there is no question that there is potential for major changes to national energy policies. What risks and opportunities does a change in leadership present to the current energy landscape? How could this affect progressive energy transition policies – such as the Inflation Reduction Act, public and private investments, project permitting and licensing and more?
Attendee insights: This expert panel will provide key insights on what the vital indicators are to watch in the lead-up to key North American elections and what the energy landscape may look like in 2025.

  • 2 15 PM

Global Panel: Cultivating Optimal Environments to Foster Long-Term Investment

• Showcasing pioneering deployment models for CCUS that propel the global industry forward.
• Empowering industries to make informed investment choices
• Identifying the essential prerequisites...

  • locationHall C
  • small-arm2:15 PM - 3:00 PM
wednesday September 11, 2024

Global Panel: Cultivating Optimal Environments to Foster Long-Term Investment

  • pr-alarm2:15 PM - 3:00 PM
  • pr-locationHall C

• Showcasing pioneering deployment models for CCUS that propel the global industry forward.
• Empowering industries to make informed investment choices
• Identifying the essential prerequisites for nations and corporations to invest in and nurture CCS solutions, thereby maximizing their efficacy as climate mitigation tools.

Attendees will gain insights into the critical factors driving investment decisions in CCS solutions and the necessary conditions for their sustainable development as effective climate mitigation tools.

Panelists:
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Andreas Karlsen Chief Executive Officer Varme Energy AS (Global)
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Errol Pinto Senior Policy and Commercial Lead Global CCS Institute
  • 3 00 PM
Coffee Break and Networking
  • 3 15 PM

Balancing Environmental Safeguards and Community Inclusion

• Ensuring inclusive development of carbon capture and storage as an equitable solution for all stakeholders
• Exploring legal safeguards for environmental conservation in CCS projects:
• Highlig...

  • locationHall C
  • small-arm2:15 PM - 3:45 PM
wednesday September 11, 2024

Balancing Environmental Safeguards and Community Inclusion

  • pr-alarm2:15 PM - 3:45 PM
  • pr-locationHall C

• Ensuring inclusive development of carbon capture and storage as an equitable solution for all stakeholders
• Exploring legal safeguards for environmental conservation in CCS projects:
• Highlighting the importance of fostering environmental preservation amidst CCS initiatives
• Fostering community engagement: strategies for inclusive project planning:
• Nurturing meaningful community involvement and ensuring authentic incorporation of community viewpoints in project blueprints

Panelists:
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Andrea Crook Chief Executive Officer OptiSeis Solutions Ltd.
  • 3 45 PM
wednesday September 11, 2024

Closing Discussion: What are the Realistic Costs Associated with DAC and CCUS

  • pr-alarm3:45 PM - 4:15 PM
  • pr-locationHall C
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Daniel Nathan Chief Project Development Officer Climeworks
  • 4 15 PM
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