Canada’s resource and energy-heavy industrial sector is in the midst of a historic shift as the world moves away from fossil-fuel-based energy to renewable and low-carbon sources. Energy companies are in a challenging position as they must continue to meet existing energy demand while preparing their business models for a future that will look dramatically different.
As the external business environment shifts, how can operational excellence help companies in the Canadian industrial sector build resilient operations and long-term, sustainable business value?
Operational Excellence in Energy, Chemicals & Resources Calgary has launched a report that covers insights from industry experts like:
- Janet Loduca, SVP, External Affairs & Chief Legal and Sustainability Officer, Pembina
- Quoc Hao Mach, Operational Excellence Manager, Vale
- Jeremy van Loon, Director of Sustainability, Parkland Corporation
The report also shares real case studies from thought leaders such as:
- Andrew Thorne, VP of Mining and Operational Excellence, Cameco
- Vineeta Maguire, Former VP Supply Chain Management, Ovintiv
Download this report to get in-depth insights from C-Suite industry leaders on four Operational Excellence Pillars to Build Resilience.
The report looks in more detail at how operational excellence supports Canada’s industrial sector to create a solid foundation for the future. Success rests on four key pillars:
- Pillar 1: Building resilient teams
- Pillar 2: Building resilient supply chains
- Pillar 3: Leveraging digital technology
- Pillar 4: Operationalizing sustainability