12th Annual Aboriginal Oil and Gas Forum


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Report Code: ABC13916. December, 2013 Edmonton, Alberta

Article 1: The New Alberta Consultation Policy Framework – Key Provisions and Implications

Brian McGuigan
Eagle Law Group

Article 2: Alberta Consultation Policy – How did we get here and where are we going?

Mark A. Gustafson
Janes Freedman Kyle Law Corporation

Article 3: Aboriginal Duty to Consult: Challenges Faced by Industry

Peter L. Miller
Senior Counsel
Imperial Oil Limited

Article 4: Sustainable Development and Economic Self-Reliance for First Nations in Oil and Gas

Okimaw Wallace Fox
Onion Lake Cree Nation in Treaty No. 6 Territory

Article 5: Recent Legislative Changes and Their Implications

Rosanne Kyle
Janes Freedman Kyle Law Corporation

Article 6: Engagement Guidelines for Applicants and Holders of Water Licences and Land Use Permits

Paul Dixon
Executive Director
Sahtu Land and Water Board (SLWB)

Article 7: Legal Developments and Latest Court Decisions on Aboriginal Title and Rights

Bruce McIvor, PhD
First Peoples Law Corporation

Article 8: Business Models for First Nations Resource Development and Wealth Management

Dale S. Szakacs
Maurice Law Barristers & Solicitors

Article 9: Shale Gas, Fracking and LNG: The ‘Upstream’

Chief Sharleen Gale
Fort Nelson First Nation

Lana Lowe
Director, Lands Department
Fort Nelson First Nation

Article 10: Pipelines and Progress? Common Ground Between First Nations and Environmental Organizations

Barry Robinson
Legal Counsel

Article 11: Using Private Equity to Finance First Nation Oil and Gas Developments

William M. Laurin
Vice-President & General Counsel
Native American Resource Partners, LLC

Article 12: Best Practices in Consultation and the Alberta Reality

Alexa McClaren-Nabavi
Eagle Law Group

Article 13: Essential Elements of Strong Impact Benefit Agreements

Ginger Gibson, PhD
The Firelight Group