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Energy Forum 2021 Presented by Bennett Jones: Finding net zero and growing our economy, together

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Tuesday, December 14, 2021
7:30 AM
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Individuals: $199 + GST
Table of 8: $1,900 + GST

Virtual: $75 + GST

Individuals: $299 + GST
Table of 8: $2,800 + GST

Virtual: $150 + GST
Schedule:Registration: 7:30 a.m - 8:00 a.m PT
Program: 8:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m. PT

In-Person Attendance

In order to comply with Public Health Orders:
  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccination along with photo ID will be required to access this event.
  • Masks must be worn at all times when indoors unless when seated at your table.
  • If you are feeling unwell, please stay home.


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Building a resilient, affordable, and net zero energy sector in British Columbia, Canada, and the world will depend on innovation and deployment of new technologies and fuels, especially new sustainability tools and strategies like increasing the use of biofuels, hydrogen power, carbon capture technology, and vehicle electrification. It also depends on forging new, prosperous partnerships with communities in B.C., especially Indigenous communities.

Welcome Remarks:

Radha Curpen

Radha Curpen
Vancouver Managing Partner and National Leader, ESG Strategy and Solutions | Co-Head, Environmental and Aboriginal Law
Bennett Jones LLP


The Honourable George Heyman

The Honourable George Heyman
Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
Province of British Columbia

Panel 1

Technology’s role in reaching net zero

This panel will focus on new technologies and innovation that drive sustainability in B.C.’s energy sector. Panellists will discuss the impacts of new approaches in various industries and emerging forms of energy productions that support the goal of achieving net zero.



Ben Nyland stukas-anna Sarah Harper

Ben Nyland, President & CEO, Loop Energy Inc.
Anna Stukas, VP Business Development, Carbon Engineering Ltd.
Moderator: Sarah Harper, Partner, Bennett Jones LLP

Additional speakers to be announced

Panel 2

Building an ESG advantage that benefits communities

The future of energy development requires a sustained focus on Environment, Social and Governance factors (ESG) at all levels of planning and decision-making. At the same time, Indigenous Nations and companies are advancing partnerships and new relationships to advance truth and reconciliation and promoting economic development. This panel will focus on the role that building an ESG advantage in our energy sector will play in the future economic growth.



Erin Campbell Bryan Cox JP Gladu Doug Slater Sharon Singh

Erin Campbell, Vice-Chair and Co-Founder, Kanata Clean Power & Climate Technologies Corp.
Bryan Cox, President and CEO, Canadian LNG Alliance
JP Gladu, Founder and Principal, Mokwateh
Doug Slater, Vice President, External and Indigenous Relations, FortisBC
Moderator: Sharon Singh, Partner, Bennett Jones LLP

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