TORONTO, Sept. 7, 2011 /CNW/ - The abundance of natural gas supply in
North America has created a number of pressing challenges and concerns
for the industry. The CI Energy Group's Responding to Increasing
Natural Gas Supply in North America will bring together VP's, directors
and senior managers from the major players in the natural gas sector to
address the obstacles and opportunities impacting and guiding the
continent's energy future.
Highlights from this year's event include crucial information on:
The impact of natural gas supply on gas flows, pipelines and
Opportunities in LNG Export and strategies for implementation
The shift towards natural gas fired power and how it will effect natural
Working solutions for natural gas environmental and regulatory
Capitalizing on the value of natural gas liquids (NGL's) found in wet
Future residential, commercial and industrial demand opportunities for
And much more!
Conference Title: CI Energy Group Presents Responding to Increasing
Natural Gas Supply in North America
Date: October 27 - 28, 2011
Location: Calgary Telus Convention Centre, Calgary, Alberta
About CI Energy Group
CI Energy Group is a division of The Canadian Institute and a member of the C5 Group of Companies, an international network of
leading conference and business information providers.
Staffed by industry experts and lawyers, CI Energy Group produces an extensive portfolio of research driven, timely business
conferences for the global energy and commodities sectors. Covering a
range of operational, technical and policy issues our market-led forums
provide the business intelligence that decision makers need to react
effectively to challenges and opportunities in the evolving worldwide
energy marketplace. For more information, visit www.CanadianInstitute.com.
Media passes are issued at the discretion of The Canadian Institute and must be arranged in advance. Passes require two business days to
process. Media can register in advance.
SOURCE CI Energy Group
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