The energy sector is in a period of rapid transformation. This first-time event is designed to provide an update and insights on the latest developments, trends, and issues in Canada’s energy sector.

 

The agenda of the half day program will span the energy ”value chain” – supply, transportation and transmission, end-use, and supplying energy and feedstocks for industry. Many issues and opportunities are in play: accessing new markets; forging partnerships with First Nations; meeting specialized HR requirements and new opportunities in a rapidly growing industry.

 

The Honourable Kevin Lynch, Vice Chair, BMO Financial Group, will close the event with his overview of the highlights from the sessions and his insights and reflections on Canadian energy in 2015 and beyond. 

 

Join the top executives of industry associations, politicians (MPs, Senators), their political staff and advisors, officials from all federal departments, and representatives of think tanks, embassies, and local media! 

 

Full programme available here

Programme Highlights

Session Chair

Session

Kirk Bailey

Executive Vice President, Alberta Energy Regulator  

Energy Supply: Oil, Gas and Electricity

Thierry Vandal

President and CEO, Hydro Québec  

Energy Transportation, Transmission, Distribution

Howard Shearer

Chief Executive, Hitachi Canada  

Energy End-Use, Supplying Energy and Energy Commodities to Industry

Jane Allen

Partner, Energy & Resources, Deloitte

HR Needs and Critical Skills, Partnerships, Opportunities and Issues

The Honourable Kevin Lynch Vice Chair, BMO Financial Group

Insights from presentations, thoughts and reflections

Key Speakers

Kirk Bailey, Alberta Energy Regulator

Thierry Vandal, Hydro-Québec

Howard Shearer, Hitachi Canada

Jane Allen, Deloitte

Kevin G. Lynch, Vice-Chair, BMO Financial Group

The energy sector is in a period of rapid transformation. This first-time event is designed to provide an update and insights on the latest developments, trends, and issues in Canada’s energy sector.

 

The agenda of the half day program will span the energy ”value chain” – supply, transportation and transmission, end-use, and supplying energy and feedstocks for industry. Many issues and opportunities are in play: accessing new markets; forging partnerships with First Nations; meeting specialized HR requirements and new opportunities in a rapidly growing industry.

 

The Honourable Kevin Lynch, Vice Chair, BMO Financial Group, will close the event with his overview of the highlights from the sessions and his insights and reflections on Canadian energy in 2015 and beyond. 

 

Join the top executives of industry associations, politicians (MPs, Senators), their political staff and advisors, officials from all federal departments, and representatives of think tanks, embassies, and local media! 

Programme Highlights

Session Chair

Session

Kirk Bailey

Executive Vice President, Alberta Energy Regulator  

Energy Supply: Oil, Gas and Electricity

Thierry Vandal

President and CEO, Hydro Québec  

Energy Transportation, Transmission, Distribution

Howard Shearer

Chief Executive, Hitachi Canada  

Energy End-Use, Supplying Energy and Energy Commodities to Industry

Jane Allen

Partner, Energy & Resources, Deloitte

HR Needs and Critical Skills, Partnerships, Opportunities and Issues

The Honourable Kevin Lynch Vice Chair, BMO Financial Group

Insights from presentations, thoughts and reflections