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Access, Partnerships and Responsible Energy Development: Navigating the Way Forward

Thursday, November 30, 2017
7:15 AM
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Keynote Speaker:The Honourable James Carr
Minister of Natural Resources
Government of Canada
Schedule:Registration & Buffet Breakfast:  7:15 - 7:45 a.m.
Program: 7:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Networking Lunch:  12:30 - 1:00 p.m.
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Canada's energy sector is undergoing a major transformation. In addition to responding to a fluctuating price environment, it is actively engaged in the changing federal and provincial policy landscape, regulatory setting and practices around Indigenous and community consultation. Against this backdrop, it has become even more important to successfully manage complex stakeholder, rights holder and government relationships as the industry responsibly develops and delivers Canada's energy products to market.

The Greater Vancouver Board of Trade's 2017 Energy Forum will bring together a diverse range of industry representatives, policy-makers and the business community for a dialogue on the importance of responsible energy development and its role in supporting a robust, economically sound and sustainable B.C. economy.

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Keynote

James Carr

The Honourable James Carr
Minister of Natural Resources
Government of Canada

Session 1

The future of energy in Vancouver

FortisBC and the City of Vancouver discuss tackling climate change together, and the role of natural gas.

Doug StoutDoug SmithBridgitte Anderson

Doug Stout, Vice President, Market Development and External Relations, FortisBC
Doug Smith, Director of Sustainability, City of Vancouver
Moderator: Bridgitte Anderson, General Manager, Edelman Vancouver

Keynote

Ian Anderson

Ian Anderson
President
Kinder Morgan Canada Limited

Session 2

Stakeholder, Indigenous and Community Engagement

The panel will address innovative best practises in which rights holders, community stakeholders and industry can build mutually prosperous, sustainable and inclusive natural resource economies. Two LNG project proponents and their respective First Nations counterparts will discuss approaches to building mutually beneficial relationships and how they are mapping the way forward.

Robert Dennis SrTiffany MurraySusannah PierceStewart Muir

Chief Councillor Robert Dennis Sr, Huu-ay-aht First Nations
Tiffany Murray, Director, Community & Regulatory, Steelhead LNG
Susannah Pierce, Director, External Relations, LNG Canada
Moderator: Stewart Muir, Executive Director, Resource Works

Keynote

Ian Anderson

The Honourable Rachel Notley
Premier
Province of Alberta

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