10th Annual Aboriginal Oil and Gas Forum

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Description

Report Code: ABP11732. November, 2011. Edmonton, AB

ARTICLE 1

Dealing with Culturally Sensitive Areas in Project Design

Alan Ehrlich
Acting Manager
Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board

ARTICLE 2

First Nations Consultation Policy Review: Progress and Prospects

Cole Pederson
Executive Director, Aboriginal Consultation
Alberta Aboriginal Relations

ARTICLE 3

The BC Oil and Gas Sector – Consultation Challenges and
How They Can Be Addressed

Rosanne Kyle
Principal
Janes Freedman Kyle Law Corporation

ARTICLE 4

Partnering with Yukon First Nations

Pearl Callaghan
Operations Lead
Alaska Highway Aboriginal Pipeline Coalition

ARTICLE 5

First Nations Working with Industry as a Pro-Active Approach to
Satisfying Aboriginal Concerns

R. Lee Francoeur
Barrister & Solicitor
Eagle Law Group

Gilbert Eagle Bear
Barrister & Solicitor
Eagle Law Group

ARTICLE 6

Canada’s Approach to Aboriginal Consultation: Where are we heading?

Daniel Ricard
Director General, Litigation Management
and Resolution Branch
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada

ARTICLE 7

Benefit Agreements – Legal Update and Key Steps in Negotiating

Murray Samuel
Deputy General Counsel, Energy
Operations and Engineering
TransCanada Corporation

ARTICLE 8

Implementing Impact Benefit Agreements

Amyn F. Lalji
Partner
Miller Thomas LLP

ARTICLE 9

Cooperation and Community Enhancement Agreements

Neil Reddekopp
Associate
Ackroyd LLP

ARTICLE 10

Economic Due Diligence Fundamentals

Will Fong
Senior Manager
MNP LLP

James Kelly
Senior Manager, Aboriginal Consulting
MNP LLP

ARTICLE 11

Pre-Requisites to Contracting to Oil and Gas Companies

Troy Deck
Manager
MNP LLP