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September 12-14, 2023
Edmonton Convention Centre
Alberta, Canada

Co-Hosts
  • 8 30 AM
Conference Hosted by Jesse Syzmanski
  • 9 15 AM
tuesday September 20, 2022

Welcome to the Conference and CCUS’s Importance to the Edmonton Region

  • pr-alarm9:15 AM - 9:30 AM
Alanna Hnatiw
Alanna Hnatiw Mayor Sturgeon County
Rod Frank
Rod Frank Mayor Strathcona County
Dale nally
Dale Nally Associate Minister of Natural Gas and Electricity Government of Alberta
  • 9 30 AM
tuesday September 20, 2022

A Cross Canadian Perspective

  • pr-alarm9:30 AM - 9:45 AM
Steven Myers
Steven Myers Minister of Environment, Energy and Climate Action Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island
John Streicker
John Streicker Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources Yukon Legislative Assembly
  • 9 45 AM
tuesday September 20, 2022

Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • pr-alarm9:45 AM - 10:00 AM
Candice Paton
Candice Paton Executive Director, Regulatory Affairs & External Relations Enhance Energy
  • 10 00 AM
tuesday September 20, 2022

Opening Keynote: Alberta’s CCUS Potential – We’re Nothing Without Collaboration - Open Access Wabamun Carbon Hub

  • pr-alarm10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
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George Arcand Jr Grand Chief Treaty 6
Adam Chalkley
Adam Chalkley Director, Low Carbon Development Enbridge Inc.
Jason Comandante
Jason Comandante VP, Commercial Services, Canada West Capital Power
  • 10 30 AM
Coffee Break and Exhibition Opening - Sponsored by Alco Gas & Oil
  • 11 00 AM
tuesday September 20, 2022

Opening Panel: Supporting Canada’s Carbon Opportunity

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Sponsored by:
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• One of the biggest opportunities to meet our 2050 goals and get emissions out of our atmosphere is to capture and sequester them—underground or in products—permanently.
• A closer look at the Alberta Carbon Trunk Line (ACTL) system, the world’s newest integrated, large-scale carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) system
• The full carbon value chain, from capture at NWR Sturgeon Refinery and Nutrien Redwater Fertilizer facility through delivering it safely via Wolf Carbon Solution's ACTL pipeline, to permanent storage at Enhance Energy's site in Clive, Alberta.
• 'Show and Tell' from decades old history to present day on CCUS coming of age in Alberta
• What's Alberta's advantage for CCUS?
• What does a thriving CCUS sector look like for the average Canadian?

Moderator:
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Katie Smith-Parent Business Development, Industry Diversification and Executive Director Spartan Controls & Young Women in Energy (YWE)
Lisa Tebbutt
Lisa Tebbutt Director, Business Development Wolf Midstream
Candice Paton
Candice Paton Executive Director, Regulatory Affairs & External Relations Enhance Energy
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Heather Campbell Executive Director, Clean Technology Alberta Innovates
  • 11 45 AM
tuesday September 20, 2022

The Economics of Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage

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• What does an investible business case look like?
• Searching for and highlighting the opportunity for climate conscious investors?
• What support is government providing in terms of project finance and incentives?
• Exploring authentic fiscal collaboration and equity share between private sector, government and First Nations
• What else do we need to be cautious of, especially on the storage side?

Moderator:
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Marla Orenstein Director of the Natural Resources Centre Canada West Foundation
Rick Chalaturnyk
Rick Chalaturnyk Professor of Geotechnical Engineering University of Alberta
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Breanne Fox Director, Commercial Management & Carbon Technologies Capital Power
Paul Poscente
Paul Poscente CEO Axxcelus Capital Advisory
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Sean McCoy Fellow The Transition Accelerator
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Erik Petursson Director of Commercial Entropy
  • 12 30 PM
Lunch and Exhibition Visit - Sponsored by Edmonton Global, Alberta’s Industrial Heartland, and Explore Edmonton
  • 2 00 PM
tuesday September 20, 2022

Shell Keynote

  • pr-alarm2:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Tim Wiwchar
Tim Wiwchar General Manager, CCS Canada Shell
  • 2 15 PM

Day One Keynote Panel: Oil Sands Pathway to Net Zero – Being Part of the Solution

• Collaboration between competitors
• Advance the Pathways vision and help Canada meet its climate goals
• Building out a carbon capture network in the oil sands producing region of northern Albe...

Sponsored by: : Pathways Alliance

  • small-arm2:15 PM - 3:15 PM
tuesday September 20, 2022

Day One Keynote Panel: Oil Sands Pathway to Net Zero – Being Part of the Solution

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Sponsored by:
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• Collaboration between competitors
• Advance the Pathways vision and help Canada meet its climate goals
• Building out a carbon capture network in the oil sands producing region of northern Alberta
• install equipment at a number of oil sands plants to capture CO2 to keep these emissions from entering the atmosphere

Moderator:
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Mark Demchuk National Director, Strategy and Stakeholder Relations The International CCS Knowledge Centre
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Wes Jickling CEO and Vice President, Technology Development COSIA
Kevin Krausert
Kevin Krausert CEO & Co-Founder Avatar Innovations
John Zhou
John Zhou Chief Cleantech Officer & VP, Clean Resources Alberta Innovates
  • 3 15 PM
Coffee Break and Networking - Sponsored by Alco Gas & Oil
  • 3 45 PM

Examining how CCUS will Expand International Market and Trade Opportunities

• Bringing Canada’s CCUS sector to new heights be leveraging partnerships and developing a competitive international strategy
• What are valuable considerations for SMEs when considering entering...

Sponsored by: : Global Affairs Canada

  • small-arm3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
tuesday September 20, 2022

Examining how CCUS will Expand International Market and Trade Opportunities

  • pr-alarm3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Sponsored by:
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• Bringing Canada’s CCUS sector to new heights be leveraging partnerships and developing a competitive international strategy
• What are valuable considerations for SMEs when considering entering foreign markets?
• How does Canada’s strong innovation ecosystem put us domestically at a comparative advantage to other energy producing regions?

Moderator:
Peter Cahill
Peter Cahill Trade Commissioner Global Affairs Canada
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James Millar President & CEO International CCS Knowledge Centre
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Linal Perera Business Development Engineer Svante Inc.
Mark Plamondon
Mark Plamondon Executive Director Alberta's Industrial Heartland Association
Kyle Reiling
Kyle Reiling Executive Director Municipal District of Greenview
  • 4 30 PM
tuesday September 20, 2022

Closing Remarks from the Chair and End of Day 1

  • pr-alarm4:30 PM - 4:35 PM
Candice Paton
Candice Paton Executive Director, Regulatory Affairs & External Relations Enhance Energy
  • 4 35 PM

Industry Networking Reception (In Progress)

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tuesday September 20, 2022

Industry Networking Reception (In Progress)

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  • 8 30 AM
Conference Hosted by Jesse Syzmanski
  • 8 55 AM
wednesday September 21, 2022

Opening Remarks from the Chair

  • pr-alarm8:55 AM - 9:00 AM
Candice Paton
Candice Paton Executive Director, Regulatory Affairs & External Relations Enhance Energy
  • 9 00 AM
wednesday September 21, 2022

An International Perspective from the Global CCS Institute

  • pr-alarm9:00 AM - 9:15 AM
Spencer Schecht
Spencer Schecht Senior Client Engagement Lead The Global CCS Institute
  • 9 15 AM
wednesday September 21, 2022

How will CCUS Enable Other Pathways Essential to Decarbonization

  • pr-alarm9:15 AM - 10:15 AM
Sponsored by:
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• How does CCUS contribute to the decarbonization of energy systems, creates new end-use products, and achieving emissions reduction
• Supporting individual technology development through to systems-level integration
• Ensuring the ongoing affordability and reliability of our power systems while critically reducing emissions

Moderator:
Walid ElMoudir
Walid ElMoudir Process Engineering Manager Delta CleanTech
Kirk Zempal
Kirk Zembal Co-Founder Blindman Brewing
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Greg Maidment Director, Operations and Applied Research Carbon Management Canada
Geoff Bury
Geoff Bury President and CEO Northern Petrochemical Corporation
Leila Faramarzi
Leila Faramarzi CCUS Director Vallourec
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Shellie Clark Vice President, Commercial Tenaris
  • 10 15 AM

Enabling Decarbonization with Data & Technology

• The role of data & technology to enable decarbonization pathways
• Unlocking carbon optimization opportunities with operational, corporate and climate data
• Enabling the market by capturing ca...

  • small-arm10:15 AM - 10:30 AM
wednesday September 21, 2022

Enabling Decarbonization with Data & Technology

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• The role of data & technology to enable decarbonization pathways
• Unlocking carbon optimization opportunities with operational, corporate and climate data
• Enabling the market by capturing carbon credits across the value chain
• Measuring impact with energy & GHG emissions management

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Lylia Djait-Paulien Go-to-Market and Client Success Leader IBM Sustainability Practice
  • 10 30 AM
Coffee Break and Networking – Sponsored by Surerus Murphy Joint Venture
  • 11 00 AM
wednesday September 21, 2022

Developing Carbon Credit Trading Markets for Growth to Accelerating Profits for Removing Carbon

  • pr-alarm11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

• Meeting climate goals, lowering cost and improving scalability,
• Examining whether putting a price on carbon would impact the industry.
• Solutions for improvement across the whole value chain

Moderator:
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Cooper Robinson Director, Innovation Radicle
John Storey-Bishoff
John Storey-Bishoff Director, Climate Change Compliance Government of Alberta
Ian Kuwahara
Ian Kuwahara Director, Energy and Industrial Innovation Verra
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Lylia Djait-Paulien Go-to-Market and Client Success Leader IBM Sustainability Practice
  • 11 45 AM
wednesday September 21, 2022

National CCUS Assessment Framework: Strategic Planning of CCUS Infrastructure in Canada

  • pr-alarm11:45 PM - 12:00 PM
Philippe Navarri
Philippe Navarri Senior Project Manager, Eco-Efficient Processes Natural Resources Canada
  • 12 00 PM
wednesday September 21, 2022

Project Focus: Quest CCS

  • pr-alarm12:00 PM - 12:15 PM
John Hopkins
Jon Hopkins Quest CCS Geophysicist Shell
  • 12 15 PM
Lunch and Exhibition Visit - Sponsored by Kiewit Energy Canada
  • 1 15 PM

Project Focus: The Sturgeon Refinery CCS

The Sturgeon Refinery is the first refinery built in Canada in over 35 years. The only refinery designed from the outset with a carbon capture solution, it uses leading technology to maximize perfo...

  • small-arm1:15 PM - 1:30 PM
wednesday September 21, 2022

Project Focus: The Sturgeon Refinery CCS

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The Sturgeon Refinery is the first refinery built in Canada in over 35 years. The only refinery designed from the outset with a carbon capture solution, it uses leading technology to maximize performance and minimize environmental impacts. In fall 2013, shovels officially broke ground on the project site in Sturgeon County. Peak construction saw over 8,500 workers on the project daily, in addition to thousands of jobs in engineering firms and fabrication shops. Commercial operation was officially achieved in June 2020. The refinery is designed to process approximately 79,000 barrels per day of diluted bitumen from Alberta’s oil sands into diesel and other higher value products. Over 2 million tonnes of carbon dioxide have been safely captured and sequestered to date while helping to meet North America’s demand for more sustainable fuel.

Vanessa Goodman
Vanessa Goodman Manager, HSE and Communications North West Redwater Partnership
  • 1 30 PM
wednesday September 21, 2022

Project Focus: Boundary Dam Carbon Capture Project

  • pr-alarm1:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Zeinab Movahedzadeh
Zeinab Movahedzadeh Project Coordinator Petroleum Technology Research Centre
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Adlai Majer Director, New Energy Whitecap Resources Inc.
  • 1 45 PM
wednesday September 21, 2022

Project Focus: Newell County Facility

  • pr-alarm1:45 PM - 2:00 PM
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Breanne O’Reilly Director of Communications and Marketing Carbon Management Canada (CMC)
  • 2 00 PM

Decarbonization of the Built Environment

As a hard-to-decarbonize material, cement and concrete manufacturing is responsible for approximately 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Concrete is the second most used substance on Earth, nex...

  • small-arm2:00 PM - 2:45 PM
wednesday September 21, 2022

Decarbonization of the Built Environment

  • pr-alarm2:00 PM - 2:45 PM

As a hard-to-decarbonize material, cement and concrete manufacturing is responsible for approximately 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Concrete is the second most used substance on Earth, next to water, and it is expected that the built environment will double by 2060, exponentially increasing the use of concrete. This provides a massive challenge and an incredible opportunity to adopt and scale technologies and materials that could revolutionize the concrete sector.

Moderator:
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Madison Savilow Chief of Staff Carbon Upcycling
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Cailee Ellis Head of Sustainability and Environment, Western Canada LaFarge Canada
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Corwyn Bruce Director of Project Engineering Lehigh Hanson
David Bangma
David Bangma Director of Innovation Ash Grove Cement Company
  • 2 45 PM
Coffee Break and Networking – Sponsored by Surerus Murphy Joint Venture
  • 3 15 PM
wednesday September 21, 2022

Decarbonization Strategy in Newfoundland and Labrador

  • pr-alarm3:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Andrew Parsons
Andrew Parsons Minister of Industry, Energy and Technology Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
  • 3 30 PM
wednesday September 21, 2022

Assessing the Options: How can we reach a net zero grid by 2035?

  • pr-alarm3:30 PM - 4:15 PM

• What options are utilities considering to meet net zero by 2035?
• What policy factors and other factors are at play to inform their decision?
• How did these projects select carbon capture over other options?
• Now that carbon capture has been selected, what are the next steps to reaching net zero by 2035?

Moderator:
Grace Meikle
Grace Meikle Technology Strategy Lead Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA)
Brad Maynes
Brad Maynes Managing Director Energy & Infrastructure City of Medicine Hat
Shana Boyd
Shana Boyd Director of Energy Transition Heartland Generation
Cam McMillan
Cam McMillan Director of Business Operations and Planning Enmax
  • 4 15 PM
wednesday September 21, 2022

Thank You from the Chair

  • pr-alarm4:15 PM - 4:30 PM
Candice Paton
Candice Paton Executive Director, Regulatory Affairs & External Relations Enhance Energy
  • 4 30 PM
Closing of Conference