This webinar precedes the Canadian Gas Dialogues Conference, to be held in Calgary on September 29, 2021. Shannon Joseph (CAPP), Paul Cheliak (CGA) and Jim Campbell (CEPA), moderated by Julie Gaudreau (IGRC 2024) discuss the state of innovation in the natural gas industry during this discussion that touches upon the following topics: - What can the upstream/midstream and downstream do to collaborate and drive further natural gas innovation? What specific markets holds the most opportunity (residential, industry, LNG export, etc?). - What is the single biggest barrier to natural gas innovation and what is the top solution? - Have net zero emission reduction targets changed the scope and nature of the innovation investments across the gas value chain?
Discussion exploring hydrogen and its role in Canada’s energy transition
Join Natural Gas World Americas Editor Dale Lunan, Dr David Layzell, energy systems architect and research director with The Transition Accelerator, and Greg Caldwell, director, utility hydrogen strategy at Alberta gas distributor ATCO, as they discuss the opportunities and challenges of hydrogen in meeting Canada’s energy transition aspirations.
This webinar is part of the Canadian Gas Dialogues Platform.
Fugitive methane emissions are being targeted as a major contributor to climate change. Canada is a global leader in methane emission monitoring and mitigation, and is on pace to achieve a 45% reduction by 2025, meeting federal requirements. This session will discuss what is being done to minimize the emissions of methane, the gas industry’s most valuable commodity.
Moderator: Jackson Hegland, Executive Director of the Methane Emissions Leadership Alliance
Larry Frederick, Senior Technical Advisor, Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada
Wayne Hillier, Modern West Advisory
Gerald Palanca, AER
Mel Ydreos, Founder, EnergyVantage
Recorded on October 5, 2020.
LNG Canada and Woodfibre LNG represent Canada’s vanguard on the international LNG stage, but more is yet to come. From ISO shipments out of Vancouver to world-scale projects on the drawing board in Quebec and Nova Scotia, Canada has the potential to play a leading role delivering the world’s cleanest LNG to global markets. What needs to be done to make sure that potential is reached?
Moderator: Cameron Gingrich, Managing Partner – Markets and Strategy, Incorrys
Allan Fogwill, CEO, Canadian Energy Research Institute
Menzie McEachern, director mineral and petroleum resources, GNWT
Alfred Sorensen, CEO, Pieridae Energy
Doug Stout, FortisBC
Recorded October 21, 2020.
Anne Harding, of Forum Community Relations, moderated what turned out to be a fascinating Canadian Gas Dialogues discussion Oct. 8 surrounding the issues facing First Nations and other indigenous communities as they interact with western Canadian energy developments. Join Chief Councilor Crystal Smith of the Haisla Nation, Chief Clifford White of the Gitxaala Nation, Alicia Dubois, CEO of the Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Corporation and Stephen Buffalo, CEO of Indian Resources Canada as they discuss economic reconciliation, leadership issues within First Nations and how indigenous communities can best participate in and benefit from resource developments on their traditional lands.
Mac Van Wielingen, founder and partner, ARC Financial and Timothy Egan, CEO of the Canadian Gas Association. The role of natural gas and the energy industry in a post-Covid world. Presented by Dale Lunan, Americas Editor of Natural Gas World.
This episode is a recording of the Opening Keynote session of Canadian Gas Dialogues 2020. It was recorded on September 21, 2020.