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Conference Day Two – May 18
LNG in Canada: Monetisation and Next Steps
09:00 – 09:15: Welcome & review from the Conference Chair
Greg Bury, President / VP, Business Development, Canadian Operations, Universal Pegasus GPAC – Gas Processing Association of Canada
09:15 – 09:45: Securing the Confidence of Investors: Making Canadian LNG Projects More Attractive, Less Risky & More Cost-Competitive”
Brad Crilly, Senior Vice President, Mizuho
Paul de Jong, President, Progressive Contractors Association of Canada
09:45 – 10:00 The Importance of Canadian Feed Gas
Gaku Takagi, Senior Vice President – Energy Resources Investment, JERA Inc.
10:00 – 10:45: “Gas Monetisation Opportunities: “Securing Routes to Market & Prospering in Challenging Times”
Barry McNamara, Vice President, Corporate Development & Marketing, Painted Pony
Jamie Fisher, Director, Energy Exports, Altagas
Jim Surbey, Vice President, Corporate Development, Birchcliffe Energy
Dave Tulk, Principal, Gas Processing Management Inc. (Moderator)
10:45 – 11:15: Coffee & networking break
11:15 – 11:45: “A Question of Utility: Will Plentiful, Cheap Gas Drive a Renaissance in Gas-Fired Power Generation Across Canada?”
Wayne Stensby, Managing Director, ATCO Electricity Global Business Unit
11:45 – 12:30: Will Canada’s East Coast projects benefit from proximity and direct access to Europe? Can the industry expect FID on these projects earlier than expected?
The Honourable Michel Samson, Minister of Energy for Nova Scotia (Invited)
Lunch 12:45 – 14:00
14:00 – 14:45 LNG as an alternative fuel for Canada’s transport sector: How economically viable is LNG as a fuel and what does the future hold as environmental regulation increases pressure on traditional diesel engine users?
Marcel LaRoche, Director LNG, Engineering, BC Ferries
Steve Roth, Vice President, Seaspan Ferries
John Hatley, Americas Vice President, Marine Solutions, Wartsila
Doug Stout, Vice President Market Development & External Relations, Fortis BC
14:45 – 15:10 What financial and regulatory support is required to ensure Canada’s LNG shipping sector is ready to enable the export projects?
Robert Lewis-Manning, President, B.C. Chamber of Shipping
15:10 – 16:00: The next steps for Canadian LNG exports: A keynote panel of export project leaders lay out the crucial next steps for that the industry and government need to take to make the LNG dream a reality
Scott Atha, Director LNG Marketing & Commercial, Bear Head LNG Corp.
Ratnesh Bedi, President, Pacific Oil & Gas (Woodfibre LNG)
Ryan Schleicher, Commercial Director, Veresen Inc
Nigel Kuzemko, Chief Executive Officer, Steelhead LNG (Invited)
16:00 Conference Close