CALGARY, Alberta, May 11, 2016 – Entero is pleased to host an invitation-only seminar and panel discussion to address the changes to Alberta’s Modernized Royalty Framework (MRF) and its impact on corporate portfolios.
Ben Brunnen, Manager of Fiscal and Economic Policy from the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, will discuss CAPP’s involvement with the Royalty Review process and the industry’s reaction to the MRF. Mr. Brunnen will provide insight into the government’s position on outstanding issues, such as the Emerging Resource Program, Enhanced Hydrocarbon Recovery, EOR, and other potential incentives and royalty changes.
To validate how MOSAIC clients have the flexibility and quality of response to adapt to these changes, Todd Kuipers, Director of Product Development, and Brenda Kurtz, Senior Client Manager, will showcase the MRF adjustments and assumptions incorporated into the recent release of MOSAIC v2016.0.
Foundational to the discussion will be interaction with the industry’s leading Evaluation Firms: McDaniel & Associates, Sproule, GLJ Petroleum Consultants, and AJM Deloitte. Combining their analysis of the changes with the functionality in MOSAIC will yield a lively discussion on the advantages and opportunities of the new royalty framework. Everyone attending this event will leave with increased visibility related to the impact of MRF on key Alberta Plays.
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