1. North America’s Premier Arctic Oil & Gas Conference 13th Annual ARCTIC OIL & GAS SYMPOSIUM M a r 12h 13, 2013 • 13 ,Regency Hotel, ∙Calgary,lAB a r y March c – 12 & Hyatt 2 013 C a gHear from distinguished faculty including: The only event of its kind in Canada that acts as a forum for you to gain valuable awareness into the progress and Minister David Ramsay Michel Chénier challenges around oil and gas development in the North Government of Aboriginal Affairs and engage with the key players involved. Northwest Territories and Northern Development Canada New this Year! Larry Persily • Focus on the Central Mackenzie Valley’s Canol Shale Play: Alaska Natural Gas Eric Hanson - The geology Transportation Projects ConocoPhillips - Recent activity and future plans - Navigating the regulatory framework Kevin Williams Grand Chief Chevron Canada Ruth Massie • Learn from experiences in the Beaufort and Chukchi Sea in Canada and Alaska Yukon Council John Hogg of First Nations Critical pipeline infrastructure for Canada — getting product • MGM Energy Corp. to market and new markets Cece McCauley • The latest on Russia’s offshore oil and gas plans and progress Norman Wells Bharat Dixit, Ph.D In-depth workshop on water and waste management for energy Land Corp. • National Energy Board production in the Central Mackenzie Valley Dylan Jones Mayor Charlotte E. Brower Canada West Critical Updates: North Slope Borough Foundation • Details on the progress of the Mackenzie Valley Highway Alaska Ethan Schutt • Progress on international standards for offshore oil and gas development Peter Howard CIRI (Cook Inlet • Devolution: status and implications for resource development Canadian Energy Regional Inc.) Research Institute (CERI) Essential Topics You Asked For: Supply/demand forecast for oil and gas reserves and pricing • and the impact on the development of Arctic oil and gasEnrich your conference experience by attending • The Latest on Alaska’s plans for commercializing North Slopein-depth, interactive workshops: natural gas — the redirection of efforts from a large pipeline to Canada to a local LNG terminal projectA Fundamentals of Hydraulic Fracturing: Non-technical Discussions • Gain Northern leaders’ perspectives on Arctic oil and gas developmentB ater and Waste Management in Oil Gas Exploration W in their communities and Production in the Central Mackenzie ValleyPresented by: Sponsored by: Industry Partners: THE INTERNATIONAL OIL GAS NEWSPAPERBrian Currie 877-927-0718x7370 firstname.lastname@example.org
2. North America’s Premier Arctic Oil and Gas Conference Dear Colleagues, “ ery informative; a great conference V to ensure you update and maintain On behalf of CI Energy Group, I am pleased to welcome you to the 13th annual Arctic Oil your knowledge of new legislation and its implications.” and Gas Symposium. An event which began with expectation about the Mackenzie Gas Project — Camille Vezina, Manager Legislation Policy, AANDC today has evolved to follow the wealth of oil and gas activities in the North with this year (12th Annual Arctic Oil Gas Symposium, March 2012) focused more on oil opportunities both on and offshore. “ I really enjoyed] the cross section [ Excitement around Arctic development continues to grow. We keep hearing about the shale of people interested in pushing the envelope forward.” revolution — it is extending all over the globe and so why should the Arctic be left out? There — Rita Cli, Elder, Liidlii Kue First Nation are emerging shale oil plays in both the Northwest Territories and on Alaska’s North Slope. (11th Annual Arctic Gas Symposium, March 2011) After a record land sale in the Central Mackenzie Valley of the NWT in 2011 of over “ great way to get fully up-to-date A $500 million in commitments, 2012 has seen additional sales of parcels in this region totalling on Northern pipeline projects and nearly an another million dollars. This winter drilling will continue in the region and more an excellent networking opportunity in two days.” information will be gathered about this exciting new shale oil prospect — the Canol play. — James Allen, Communications Research, Alaska Hwy Aboriginal Pipeline Coalition 2012 has also seen the first offshore lease sale in Canada since the MACONDO blowout. (10th Annual Arctic Gas Symposium, March 2010) Now that NEB’s Arctic Offshore Review is complete and the Canadian government has extended the terms of the Beaufort exploration licences, 2013 and 2014 are shaping up to be big years. “ n outstanding calibre of speakers, A great interactivity following the The summer of 2012 saw both Chevron’s seismic in the Canadian Beaufort Sea and the beginning presentations and great food too!” of Shell’s exploration activity in offshore Alaska. — Ian Laing, Project Manager, State of Alaska (10th Annual Arctic Gas Symposium, March 2010) The North is looking at alternative energy options for powering communities and industry and to reduce the use of diesel. In addition to geothermal, wind and biomass, places from Alaska “ would definitely recommend this I to Inuvik are looking into trucking LNG and other natural gas options. event to a colleague” — Kathy Van Bibben, Councillor, Champagne Aishihik First Nations Take your business to new frontiers and put yourself in the room with the who’s who in Arctic (10th Annual Arctic Gas Symposium, March 2010) development. This event continues to gather all those interested in emerging Arctic oil and gas opportunities in North America. Community leaders, government officials and industry insiders “ xcellent conference...I enjoyed E gather to get policy and project updates, learn about opportunities and make new connections. the speakers, topics and mix of government, Industry and Aboriginal.” We look forward to welcoming you in March in Calgary. Don’t forget your business cards! — Sandy Sanderson, Sr. Manager, PTI Group (9th Annual Arctic Gas Symposium, March 2009) Best regards, Doug Matthews “ liked the networking opportunities I and meeting key contacts from Energy Analyst/Writer, Matthews Energy Consulting major industry players.” Conference Co-Chair, Arctic Oil Gas Symposium 2013 — B.D. Ward, Sales Manager, Frontier Medical Services (9th Annual Arctic Gas Symposium, March 2009) As North America’s premier Arctic oil and gas conference — the annual Arctic Oil Gas Symposium has been a gathering place for discussion and sharing for industry players, community leaders and government officials involved in northern projects since 2001. The Arctic continues to present much potential for business opportunities. The landscape of focus has shifted. Today we see much potential for shale plays both in the Central Mackenzie Valley, NT and Alaska’s North Slope; a revival of offshore activity in the Beaufort and Chukchi Seas, Cook Inlet; and LNG competition to Asia Pacific heating up — not only between Canada’s West Coast and Alaska, but now Russia has major plans to export to Asia as well. Join us March 12 13 for CI energy Group’s 13th Annual Arctic Oil Gas Symposium and ensure you fully understand what these developments could mean for your business. This annual event is a must attend for anyone involved or looking to get involved in Arctic oil gas development. Register today by calling toll-free at 1-877-927-7936 to secure your spot or online at www.ArcticGasSymposium.com.2 Register Now • 1-877-927-7936 • ArcticGasSymposium.com
3. Pre-Conference Interactive Workshops: Monday, March 11, 2013 Distinguished Faculty 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. (Registration opens at 8:30 a.m.) Charlotte E. Brower Mayor, North Slope Borough, Alaska A Fundamentals of Hydraulic Fracturing in the Central Mackenzie Valley: Michel Chénier Non-Technical Discussions Director, Northern Petroleum Resources Directorate Northern Affairs Organization Workshop leader: Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Derek Brown Development Canada Principal Bharat Dixit, Ph.D. Strategic West Energy Ltd. Technical Leader, Exploration and Production National Energy Board This interactive workshop will provide you with the basics on steps associated with hydraulic Paul Dixon fracturing: such as, planning, transportation, set-up, fracturing, demobilization. It is designed Executive Director, Sahtu Land Water Board for a general, non-technical audience. The informal session will be cover: Eric B. Fjelstad • The hydraulic fracturing process cycle Managing Partner, Perkins Coie LLP, Anchorage office • Exploration stage fracturing scale and activities Robert J. Gibb • Production stage fracturing scale and activities Associate Director, Energy, Navigant • Application of CAPP’s Guiding Principles and Operating Practices Merven Gruben • Overview of the geology of the Central Mackenzie Valley region with regards to hydraulic Mayor, Tuktoyaktuk fracturing — target horizons and frac barriers Eric Hanson Supervisor Central Mackenzie Valley Exploration Canada, ConocoPhillips 11:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Registration opens at 11:00 a.m.) Brad Hayes President, Petrel Robertson Consulting Ltd. B Water and Waste Management in Oil Gas Exploration and Kevin Heffernan President Production: Exploring the Challenges and Opportunities This Presents Canadian Society of Unconventional Resources Workshop leaders: John Hogg Vice President, Exploration and Operations Jessica Aube MGM Energy Corp. Manager, Aboriginal Business Development Strategic Account Management Peter Howard Tervita Corporation President and CEO Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI) Derek Brown Principal Dylan Jones Strategic West Energy Ltd. President and CEO, Canada West Foundation Peter Kujawinski John Hogg Consul General of the United States of America, Vice President, Exploration and Operations Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories MGM Energy Corp. Doug Matthews This in-depth workshop builds on the morning session by looking at other aspects that are Energy Analyst/Writer taken into consideration when developing unconventional resource plays. The focus of this Matthews Energy Consulting session is two-fold — water and waste management. These aspects play a critical role and Grand Chief Ruth Massie ultimately effect the pace and scale of development. Some of the particular items that will Council of Yukon First Nations be explored include: Yukon Council of First Nations • Regional water inventory projects Cece McCauley • Ground and surface water protection while drilling President, Norman Wells Land Corp. • Source water and disposal wells — examining water usage and disposal practices Dave Nightingale Director, Energy Planning • Solid waste disposal — current practices and future options and opportunities Department of Industry Tourism DEREK BROWN, M.SC. P.GEO., is principal of Strategic West Energy Ltd., a firm founded in and Economic Development 2007. The company provides strategic advice, operational, management and technical Drue Pearce products and services in oil and gas resource plays and developments. Recent work includes Senior Policy Advisor, Crowell Moring LLP regulatory reviews, information sessions for northerners, overseeing collaborative regional Former Federal Coordinator water inventories and providing advice to governments, regulators, industry and communities. Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects JOHN HOGG joined MGM Energy Corp. in 2007 and is currently Vice President of Exploration Larry Persily Federal Coordinator and Operations responsible for a multidisciplinary team that is working on exploring for Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects conventional and unconventional resources in the Central Mackenzie Corridor and the Mackenzie Delta Region of Canada. David Ramsay (Tentatively Confirmed) Minister of Industry, Tourism and Investment * Lunch will be served to all delegates attending workshop B Minister of Transportation Government Northwest Territories Register today as space is limited and based on last year’s Shale 101 success, Ethan Schutt these two workshops will sell out! Senior Vice President, Energy Development CIRI (Cook Inlet Regional Inc.) Thom Stubbs President, Headwater Strategy Group Stephen Van Dine Director General, Devolution and Territorial Relations Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada Kevin Williams Manager of Exploration Operations Chevron Canada Cocktail Reception Shaleen Woodward Executive Director, Devolution Implementation Tuesday, March 12th • 5:15 – 6:30 p.m. Planning, Government, Northwest Territories At the conclusion of Day 1, we invite you to join government representatives, Vitaliy V. Yermakov key speakers, sponsors and industry colleagues in a relaxed social setting. Director, Russian and Caspian Energy Debate the issues raised during the day’s sessions while enjoying drinks IHS CERA and canapes. Register Now • 1-877-927-7936 • ArcticGasSymposium.com 3
4. DAY 1: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 8:00 Coffee and Registration 11:35 Navigating the Regulatory 2:40 Critical Pipeline Infrastructure: Framework for the Sahtu Region The Pathway for Getting Oil from Exploration Licensing to and Gas to Market 9:00 Opening Remarks by Conference Regulatory Approvals: Necessary Dylan Jones Co-Chairs Steps for Oil Gas Development President and CEO Doug Matthews Michel Chénier Canada West Foundation Energy Analyst/Writer Director, Northern Petroleum Resources Matthews Energy Consulting • Exploring some of the current challenges Directorate, Northern Affairs Organization recently experienced with getting Co-Chair, TBD Aboriginal Affairs and Northern pipelines approved Development Canada • How do pipelines contribute Bharat Dixit, Ph.D to economic growth? Technical Leader, Exploration and Production • How do current delayed projects National Energy Board like Northern Gateway and Keystone I like that this conference brings impact the progress of Arctic oil together many Northerners and is a Paul Dixon and gas development? Executive Director very good networking opportunity. Sahtu Land Water Board — Patricia McNeely, Manager Finance/Admin, Sahtu Land Water Board (12th Annual Arctic Oil Gas Symposium, March 2012) • Outlining the role of Aboriginal Affairs 3:10 Networking Coffee Break and Northern Development Canada, National Energy Board and Sahtu Land Water Board respectively in 3:30 Northern Leaders Perspectives the regulatory process for the region on Arctic Oil and Gas Development 9:15 Opening Keynote Address • Understanding approximate timelines Charlotte E. Brower typically experienced in each phase and who your point of contacts are Mayor North Slope Borough, Alaska 9:45 Plans and Approaches to • Determining what is required to Development in the Central complete regulatory applications Grand Chief Ruth Massie Mackenzie Valley’s Shale Oil Play and board processes Yukon Council of First Nations from Producers Big and Small • What to expect in the future — insight into regulatory changes Cece McCauley John Hogg President Vice President Norman Wells Land Corp. Exploration and Operations 12:35 Networking Luncheon MGM Energy Corp. Ethan Schutt for Delegates and Speakers Senior Vice President, Energy Development Eric Hanson CIRI (Cook Inlet Regional Inc.) Supervisor Central Mackenzie Valley Exploration Canada, ConocoPhillips • How do various Arctic communities view oil and gas development? • What are the plans to date for I attend the symposium each year the investment in the Central • Identifying their key areas of concern to hear industry updates and Mackenzie Valley? • Exploring areas for meaningful northern perspectives but it’s also participation from local communities • Exploring the timelines and scope a great opportunity to meeting of planned initiatives • Examining positive examples of old friends and make new contacts. PA N E L • Discussion on experiences to date relationship building and engagement — examining initial operations — Ernest Taylor Pokiak, President, IMG-Golder Corporation (12th Annual Arctic Oil Gas Symposium, March 2012) between industry and local and community relations this communities and businesses past winter • Explore progress on exciting • Assessing the infrastructure developments in Alaska’s Cook Inlet requirements for facilitating and North Slope region; shale oil this development on the North Slope and oil drilling K eynote A ddress offshore in Cook Inlet as well as major • What learnings are applicable from seismic work onshore global experiences with respect to things like community engagement, 1:50 Opening Up the Mackenzie Delta logistics or technology to potential operations in the Central and Beaufort: Mackenzie Valley 4:45 Alaska Update: The Latest on Mackenzie Valley? Highway Update and Development Gas Development Plans and in the Sahtu Region the Oil Gas Tax Regime David Ramsay (Tentatively Confirmed) Larry Persily 10:35 Networking Coffee Break Minister of Industry Federal Coordinator Tourism and Investment Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects Minister of Transportation 10:55 Central Mackenzie Valley’s Government Northwest Territories • An up-to-the-minute discussion Canol Shale Oil Play: Uncover on Alaska’s oil and gas tax debate — where do things stand? the Geological Framework • Progress on plans for LNG in Alaska: and Compare it to Other Plays projects and plans Brad Hayes 2:15 Preparing for Beaufort Activity: • Examining the plans to truck LNG President Ramping Up to Support Growth from the North Slope to Fairbanks Petrel Robertson Consulting Ltd. Merven Gruben • Focusing on the geology, what Mayor information can be deduced about Tuktoyaktuk 5:15 Co-Chairs Closing Remarks Unconventional Hotspot the Canol? • Getting our businesses ready for business and Conference Adjourns • What other plays in North America • Building the community infrastructure Canada’s Newest is it similar to? In what ways? • Protecting our environment • What challenges are likely for this play when compared to other similar ones? • Ensuring the legal tools to manage Cocktail Reception development • Where else can the Canol play 5:15 – 6:30 p.m. be pursued? • Should we expect to discover gas, Sponsored by: liquids-rich gas, or oil? Knowledgeable speakers and a great program to help stay on top of all the information relating to oil and gas development in the North — Barbara Fred, Director, Alaska Highway Aboriginal Pipeline Coalition (12th Annual Arctic Oil Gas Symposium, March 2012) 4 Register Now • 1-877-927-7936 • ArcticGasSymposium.com
5. DAY 2: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 8:30 Coffee is Served –– Which bodies are working on this? –– Demand side changes in transportation –– What progress has been made to reduce reliance on oil to date? –– North American change to pipeline 9:00 Opening Remarks by Conference flows and differential implications Co-Chairs –– Potential changes to North American 11:25 Devolution in the Northwest refining capacity Territories: Progress to Date –– Does the American market need 9:10 Keynot Speech “U.S. – Canada and Implications for Resource more Canadian barrels? Energy Relations” Development in the North –– Transportation options for Canadian Peter Kujawinski Stephen Van Dine land locked oil Consul General of the United States Director General, Devolution and Territorial • Where does the Canol play fit within of America, Alberta, Saskatchewan Relations, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern a North American market? and the Northwest Territories Development Canada Shaleen Woodward 2:35 Northwest Territories Oil and Gas 9:25 Experiences in the Beaufort and Executive Director, Devolution Activity and Business Opportunity Chukchi Sea Progress, Challenges Implementation Planning Forecast from 2012 – 2021 and Lessons Learned Government, Northwest Territories Thom Stubbs Kevin Williams • How will Devolution impact resource President Manager of Exploration Operations development in the North? Headwater Strategy Group Chevron Canada –– What are the implications for industry? –– What are the implications for • Review NWT oil and gas activity forecast Eric B. Fjelstad including an overview of: communities? Managing Partner –– 2d seismic, 3d seismic, exploration Perkins Coie LLP, Anchorage office • How will Devolution impact the wells, delineation wells, production regulatory processes in the short • Chevron’s Sirluaq 3D seismic program: (including injection) wells, pipeline and long-term? (kilometers), gas conditioning –– A year and a half of planning: a look –– Who will be responsible for permitting? facilities, gas processing facilities at the in-depth planning required –– Who will be responsible for safety and, site closure activity –– How were planned project regulations/monitoring safety? components executed • Understand key assumptions driving –– What does the transition period oil and gas activity forecasts –– What were the biggest challenges look like? and how were they overcome? • Learn what types of oil and gas activity • Examining the timelines for roll out are forecast for each of the four regions • Understanding the federal, state and local permits required for offshore • How is the Government of Northwest in the NWT projects in Alaska’s Outer Continental Territories preparing up for this change? • Review specific project area developments Shelf (OCS) • What delaying obstacles did Shell 12:15 Networking Luncheon 3:00 Networking Coffee Break encounter from the day the leases for Delegates and Speakers were issued for exploration for summer of 2012? 3:20 The Race to Build LNG: Canada’s • How does the road ahead look like 1:30 Unconventional Resource West Coast v. Alaska, is it for offshore plans in Alaska’s OCS? Development in Canada: Competition or is there Room for All? Responsible and Sustainable Robert J. Gibb 10:15 The Latest on Russia’s Offshore Development is Key Associate Director Oil and Gas Plans and Progress Kevin Heffernan Energy, Navigant President Vitaliy V. Yermakov • What is the global market for global Canadian Society for Unconventional Director market for LNG Resources Russian and Caspian Energy • With Japan looking to de-index the IHS CERA • Exploring how the unconventional oil price of LNG to Henry hub price, what • Understanding Russia’s oil and gas and gas industry is regulated in Canada to would this mean for new projects? policy address concerns for land, air and water, • Progress report on the Canada’s west including active and emerging regions coast LNG projects: how close are we –– Examining their production goal and how the Arctic fits into this • Observations on regulatory and industry to seeing one of these transpire? trends with respect to development • Status update on Alaska’s LNG project • Critical highlights of Russia’s new tax of unconventional resources regime to be in place for 2013 • Resource evaluation and development • Russia’s plans for offshore and how much of a role this will play in their oil phases and resulting regulatory 4:00 Natural Gas, LNG, Biomass, and gas production goals opportunities in the North Wind: Examining Solutions for • Current oil and gas projects underway Addressing Critical Power Needs and plans for the near future 1:55 Oil Gas Supply/Demand Trends for Communities and Industry –– Gazprom’s plans to export to and Forecasts for Reserves North of 60° Asia-Pacific – pipeline and LNG project and Pricing — North America: Dave Nightingale Understanding the Implications Director, Energy Planning 10:40 Networking Coffee Break for Arctic Opportunities Department of Industry Tourism and Economic Development Peter Howard President and CEO • Exploring alternative energy options 11:00 Developing International to reduce dependence on fossil fuels Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI) Standards for Offshore Arctic –– Examining solar, wind, biomass and Operations: Who’s Working On It • North American Gas Supply/Demand/ hydro potential and What Progress Is Being Made? Pricing • Get the details on current alternative –– Emerging US Supply — how big energy projects underway Drue Pearce can it get? Senior Policy Advisor • Where does natural gas fit in? What are –– Does the American market need Crowell Moring LLP some of the opportunities around this? Canadian gas? • Examining the progress governments –– How much US gas could enter • Understand how the North is identifying and industry is making on efforts for the eastern Canadian market? opportunities for increasing the use best practices and standards through of biomass and expanding this industry –– Demand response to low cost gas the International Maritime Organization, in Canada’s North (gas-fired power plants, LNG exports) the Arctic Council and other –– Examining Henry Hub pricing and • Analysis of the situation in both Inuvik organizations and Norman Wells and their search Aeco C differentials • Advancements in the area of oil spill for energy options –– Does the Mackenzie Valley gas pipeline preparedness and response fit in this market environment? • Status and update on a Polar Code –– Determining the impact of natural 4:45 Co-Chairs Closing Remarks (mandatory code for Arctic offshore gas liquids and Prize Draw operations) focused on safety of life and marine environment: • North American Oil Supply/Demand –– When and how does the Polar Code –– US striving to reach oil self sufficiency 5:00 Conference Adjourns come into play? by 2022, fact or fiction Register Now • 1-877-927-7936 • ArcticGasSymposium.com 5
6. Who You Will Meet INDUSTRYGrand Total PARTICIPATION Since 2001, the Arctic Symposium has gathered oil gas professional, industry experts, Oil Gas Industry Aboriginal leaders and government officials to discuss the latest developments in policy and projects, as well as the latest opportunities and challenges in northern oil and gas development. Government Regulatory Agencies This event is a must-attend for professionals involved in northern resource development. Aboriginal Groups The spectrum of job responsibilities includes: Construction, Engineering, • Business Development • Regulatory and Government Affairs Environmental, Manufacturing Transportation Companies Other • New Ventures • Sales and Marketing • Project Managers • Engineering and Construction • Aboriginal Affairs • Legal Affairs Oil Gas Industry Construction, Engineering, Environmental, • L and Management • L ogistics, Infrastructure, Transportation Government Manufacturing Regulatory Agencies Transportation Companies Environmental Approvals • Finance and Procurement • C ommunity Affairs Public Relations Aboriginal Groups Other • President and C-level Executives • Policy and Risk * Arctic Gas Symposium 2008 – 2012 attendee profile Just some of the many organizations that have benefitted by attending this Symposium... AECOM Canada Ltd. CIBC World Markets Inc. HDR Inc. Marathon Oil Company Reconnaissance Energy Corp Aboriginal Affairs and Northern ConocoPhillips Horizon North Logistics Inc. Mears Canada Corp Sahtu Secretariat Inc. Development Canada DC Marine Offshore Services Husky Energy MGM Energy Corp Sahtu Land Water Board Aboriginal Pipeline Group Deh Gah Gotie Dene Council IHS Energy Canada Inc. Michael Baker Jr Inc. Sambaa K’e Dene Band Acklands-Grainger Inc. Dehcho First Nations IMG-Golder Corporation Nabors Canada Schlumberger Canada Ltd. ADK Corporate Group Deline Land Corporation Imperial Oil National Energy Board Seabridge Marine Contractors Ltd. Akita Drilling Ltd. Dene Tha’ First Nation Industry Canada Norman Wells Claimant Corp Seaspan (Cyprus) Ltd. Alaska Department Devon Canada Corporation Innovation Norway Norterra Inc. SecureCheck of Natural Resources Doyon Universal Services Inter Pipeline Fund Nortern Project Management Shaw Pipe Protection Limited Alaska Department of Revenue Office CanNor EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd. International Union of Operating Shehtah Drilling Alaska Highway Aboriginal Engineers North American Construction Group Pipeline Coalition Enbridge Pipelines Inc. Shell Canada Inuvialuit Development Corporation Northern Pipeline Projects Ltd. AltaGas EnCana Snamprogetti Canada ION-GX Technology Northern Transportation AMEC Americas Ltd. ENSR International SNC Lavalin Inc. Company Ltd. Jacques Whitford Environment APA Petroleum Engineering Environment Canada Sodexho Northwest Territories Jean Marie River First Nation Apache Canada Environmental Resource Hydro Corporation StatoilHydro Management JOGMEC ARC Financial Corporation Northwestel Stantec EOS Pipeline Facilities Inc. Justice Canada ASRC Energy Services NRCan Northern Pipeline Agency Talisman Energy Inc. ESS Support Services K’ahsho Got’ine Lands Corp Ltd. ATCO Group of Companies Nuna Logistics Limited Tanana Chiefs Conference Evergreen Helicopters Inc. K atlodeeche First Nation Aux Sable Canada Nunavut Tunnagavik Inc. TD Securities Inc. ExxonMobil Corporation Kavik Axys Environmental Consulting Baker Hughes Canada Company NWT Water Board Total EP Canada Ltd. Finning Canada KBR Canada Bantrel Offshore Recruiting Services Inc. Town of Inuvik First Nations Summit Keyano Pimee Exploration Bennett Jones LLP Osler Hoskin Harcourt LLP TransCanada Pipelines Ltd. Company Ltd. Flint Energy Services Ltd. Behdzi First Nation Pacific Western Bank of Canada Treaty 8 Tribal Association Kiewit Energy Construction Corp Fluor Canada Ltd. BJ Pipeline Inspection Services Panthera International Corporation Tri Ocean Natchiq Engineering Ltd. Klohn Crippen Berger Fort Good Hope First Nation Boskalis Offshore Paramount Resources Ltd. Tulita District Land Corporation Kwanlin Dun First Nation Fugro SESL Geomatics Ltd. BP Canada and BP Exploration Peak Oilfield Service Company Tundra Engineering Associates Ltd. Lawson Lundell LLP Alaska Inc Geological Survey of Canada Pehdzehki First Nations Universal Pegasus Ledcor Industries Limited Canadian Association Golder Associates Ltd. Peter Kiewit Sons Co. VECO Canada Ltd. of Petroleum Producers Liidii Kue First Nation Government of the Northwest Petro-Canada Western Lakota Energy Services Inc. Canadian Standards Association Territories Lloyd’s Register Technical Services PGS Onshore Inc. Western Oilfield Servicing Canadian Freightways Ltd. Government of Alaska Mackenzie Aboriginal Corp Platinum Capital WesternGeco Limited CanNor Government of Alberta Mackenzie Valley Land Water Board Precision Drilling Co. Yukon Cold Climate Caterpillar Inc. Government of Yukon Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Office Innovation Centre Gwich’in Tribal Council Producers Oilfield Services Inc CH2M HILL Mackenzie Valley Review Board Yukon Environment and Halliburton Energy Services Provident Energy Ltd. Challenger Geomatics Ltd. Socio-economic Assessment Board Mammoet Canada PTI Group Inc. Champion Technologies Ltd. Hallmark Tubulars Ltd. Macro Enterprises Inc. Raymac Environmental Services Chevron Canada Limited Hamlet of Tuktoyaktuk Back by popular demand — More Interaction We’re pleased to have back on this year’s program the audience response solutions from Turning Technologies Canada. Your chance to interact directly with speakers and delegates, participate in live polls, and collect valuable information from the experts and your peers. Get your questions answered! Submit your burning questions to our speaker faculty in advance of the symposium by emailing email@example.com. Venue Information Special Hotel Rate for Delegates! Book before Friday, February 15, 2013 and SAVE! Hotel: Hyatt Regency Calgary A limited number of rooms have been set aside until Friday, February 15, 2013, for conference Address: 700 Centre Street SE, Calgary, Alberta registrants at the Hyatt Regency Calgary. 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