Encana, Caltex, AER, Govt. of Canada & MELA Open The Speaker Line-Up
After months of research with the full spectrum of unconventional operators and leading service providers in Western Canada, American & Canadian Business Conferences long-running Well Site Facilities Onshore conference comes to Calgary in February, with a program designed to deliver practical, real-world insight on the region’s greatest facilities design and engineering challenges.
There has been a significant uptake in the development of new projects and expansion of existing facilities – but for Canada’s operators, the focus is still on innovation and cost savings. E&Ps want to get projects off the ground sooner and start making money quickly.
However, Canadian operators are operating in a very different environment than anywhere else. With stringent regulations, gas conservation requirements and extreme temperatures, facilities need to be designed differently, while keeping capital outlay and the cost of operating under control. Western Canada’s E&Ps are raising some critical questions.
Practical Insights Delivered On Canadian Well Site Facilities Design And Engineering Challenges
Cost-Effective Well Site Facilities Canada 2019 is dedicated to delivering insight and deep-dive case studies that will allow Canadian E&Ps to navigate a restrictive regulatory environment, covering the full cycle of well site facilities, from inception to execution.
Early confirmed speakers include:
* Dan Parsons, Manager, Facilities Engineering & Construction, Encana
* Greg Terlecki, Facilities Engineer, Caltex Resources
* Sean Hiebert, Senior Technical Advisor, Air Emissions & Audit, Alberta Energy Regulator
* James Diamond, Manager, Upstream Oil & Gas, Government of Canada
* Jackson Hegland, Executive Director, Methane Emissions Leadership Alliance
…with more to be announced this week.
Visit the conference website to download the agenda and explore registration options including E&P and group discounts, Live Streaming option and exhibition and sponsorship opportunities.