Key Players Gather in Calgary at North America's Premier Arctic Oil & Gas Conference
TORONTO, Jan. 19, 2012 /CNW/ - The Arctic Oil & Gas Symposium is the gathering place for industry players, community leaders, government and regulators involved in northern projects. Featuring keynotes, panel discussions and an unparalleled speaker faculty, this annual event will address the latest policy and project updates, as well as explore challenges and opportunities on the forefront of Canadian and U.S. Arctic energy development.
Highlights from this year's event include:
- Results from the NEB's Arctic Offshore Drilling Review and major geological and seismic research
- Details on the Northwest Territories' record land sales and the emerging unconventional play in the North
- The latest infrastructure details on the Mackenzie Gas Pipeline and Mackenzie Valley Development Corridor
2012 Speaker Faculty Includes:
- Conference Chair: Joseph L. Handley, Former Premier Northwest Territories
- Hon. Eva Aariak, Premier, Nunavut
- Ned Farquhar, Deputy Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior
- Merven Gruben, Mayor of Tuktoyaktuk
- John Hogg, Vice President, MGM Energy Corp.
- Cece McCauley, President, Norman Wells Land Corp
- David Ramsay, Minister of Industry, Tourism and Investment, Minister of Transportation
- Sheila Riordon, Canada's Senior Artic Official, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
- Robert Steedman, Professional Leader, Environment, National Energy Board
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