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Lots of networking opportunities and good overview of market.
- Business Development Analyst
Kinder Morgan
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Hydrocarbon Transportation

Providing you with market outlooks on LPG, crude, NGL and LNG for 2017 and beyond, and how to successfully transport them out of Alberta and into the markets.

April 11 - 12, 2017  ·  Calgary, Alberta
 
   
   
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Special Keynote Address:
The Honourable Margaret McCuaig-Boyd
Minister of Energy
Government of Alberta

Margaret McCuaig-Boyd was elected as the Member of the Legislative Assembly for Dunvegan-Central Peace-Notley on May 5, 2015. She was appointed to serve as Minister of Energy on May 24, 2015.

Ms. McCuaig-Boyd holds a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Alberta and a master's degree in administration and leadership from San Diego State University.

McCuaig-Boyd

 
Confirmed Speakers for 2017 Include These Experts:
McQueen Roach Leonard
David Protti
Neal Kuhle
 
 
Get industry insights on the future of oil and gas in Alberta and methods for transporting product safely and efficiently to market.
 
  • Learn about new terminals and facilities that are being proposed and developed
  • Understand the latest legal regulations regarding the transport of dangerous goods and how to effectively implement them into your operations
  • Get strategies and best practices for efficiently bringing your product to market from industry leaders
  • Hear about price forecasts and market outlooks for NGL, LPG, LNG and crude
  • Develop a sound understanding of the different forms of transportation; their benefits, drawbacks, and present and future capacity (rail vs. pipeline)
  • Learn about the impact the new Republican government in the United States will have on Canada by a member of the Trump Administration
  • Be familiar with tank car specifications and procurement procedures
  • Ensure your company is well positioned to respond effectively to the inevitable oil rebound
 
   
Hydrocarbon Transportation Brochure Download Brochure as PDF File
   
 
Great broad coverage of rail issues/topics. Tank car specification update was very helpful.
- Senior Specialist Regulatory
Cenovus Energy
   
Lots of networking opportunities and good overview of market.
- Business Development Analyst
Kinder Morgan
  
One of the better seminars for content that will help me do my work, rather than the typical self-promoting presentations.
- Business Development Consultant
Cauldron Energy
   
All speakers were very knowledgeable and information shared is very relevant.
- VP of Business Development and Rail Logistics
Troyer Ventures
   
Was a great source of info and opportunity to network.
- Account Manager
Fortress Engineering
   
Great information. Terminal information very helpful.
- Director, Field Operations and Western Sales
Salco Products
   
Met a ton of great people and had meaningful conversations and learned a tremendous amount. . .
- Financial Analyst, Marketing
Bonanza Creek Energy
   
Helped with water/barge info.
- Marketing Manager
BNSF Railway
 
 
Who Should Attend This Event

Presidents, CEOs, COOs, VPs, Directors, and Managers of:
  • Logistics and Supply
  • Operations
  • Marketing and Sales
  • Business Development
  • Trading and Sourcing
  • Midstream
  • NGL, LPG, LNG, Crude
  • Transportation
  • Upstream
  • Exports
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Compliance
  • Facility and Terminal Operations
 
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The transportation of Alberta's hydrocarbons is an important issue at the moment. As oil prices continue to stay low, companies needs to seek new opportunities to bring their products to new markets in order to stay competitive. There is good news, however, as prices are expected to rebound by the end of 2017. If this is the case, companies will be faced with a new set of challenges; specifically, how do we outcompete our competitors South of the border, who have a cheaper product and less stringent carbon policies? The answer is through transportation that is both time efficient and economically viable. Rail is expensive, and there is a current lack of pipeline capacity, so what does that mean for the Alberta oil and gas industry, and what can your company do to combat these issues?

Infonex Energy's Hydrocarbon Transportation will help your company explore its options and hear about new terminals and facilities being proposed. We will analyze market outlooks for LPG, NGL, LNG, and Crude, with a focus on how to successfully bring these products to markets. We will also look at the impending impact a new oil-friendly Republican government in the States will have on Alberta, and what we can do to prepare for any potential changes in regulations, policy, or trade agreements. Updates on transportation of dangerous goods will be given and case studies on how to effectively implement these regulations into your operations will be examined. We will examine both pipelines and railways more closely, explore their strengths and weaknesses, and potential opportunities and threats for both.

With the inevitable increase in oil prices just around the corner, you need to ensure your company is well positioned to tackle the upcoming challenges of stiff market competition and regulatory and policy changes. This conference is an opportunity for you to meet and network with other industry professionals from midstream, upstream, and downstream companies with the goal of attracting, retaining, and enhancing your business and its operations.

Join us in Calgary and find out everything you need to know to start moving hydrocarbons to market. Register today!

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