Canadian Oil And Gas Export Summit 2012


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Report Code: OGP12792. May 30 – 31, 2012.Vancouver, BC

Article 1

Prospects in the United States: Energy Opportunities and Challenges

Christopher Guith
Vice President for Policy
Institute for 21st Century Energy

Article 2

A Look at the Infrastructure Requirements Necessary for Accessing
Canada’s East and West Coast — Civilizing the Gorilla

Michael Evans
Executive Director, Stakeholder Relations
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo

Article 3

Paradigm Shift Meeting the Challenges of Moving
North American Crude Oil to Market

Lucian Pugliaresi
Energy Policy Research Foundation, Inc.

Article 4

Riding the Storm Out — Outlook for Canadian Gas
Exports Pre-LNG

Rick Margolin
Manager — West Region Fundamentals

Article 5

First Nation and Stakeholder concerns regarding environmental
implications of accessing the coast of British Columbia

Douglas Ford
Principal and Senior Consultant
Communica Public Affairs Inc.

Article 6

Fact vs. Fiction — The Northern Gateway Story

Paul Fisher
VP Commercial, Western Access
Enbridge Pipelines

Article 7

The Economic Impacts of Pipeline Access to Pacific Tide Water

Peter Howard
President and CEI
Canadian Energy Research Institute

Article 8

Energy Corridors to Canada’s West Coast — The Economics
and Politics of Access to Asian Markets

Gordon Houlden
China Institute Professor
University of Alberta

Article 9

Opportunities, Markets and Sustainability of Crude-by-Rail from
the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin

Steve Smith
Chief Operating Officer
TORQ Transloading Inc.

Article 10

Addressing the Labour Shortage in the Oil and Gas Industry How
Workforce Planning Can Help Solve the Talent Gap

Van Zorbas
Deloitte Canada