April 1, 2012
Panel to explore service and supply opportunities in Wood Buffalo, Industrial Heartland
Hardly a week goes by without another announcement on the latest project in the Wood Buffalo region or Alberta’s Industrial Heartland. With the bulk of the province’s oilsands and refining industries located in the two regions, both will be essential to the province’s service and supply sector for years to come.
Learn just what to expect from these two dynamic regions at “Separating Fact from Fiction: Alberta Industrial Heartland and Wood Buffalo Opportunities,” an Energy Services Summit panel being held on May 28 in Edmonton. Get a bird’s eye view of each region’s development strategy before diving closer to explore specific projects. Expect talk on turnaround schedules, which offer a wealth of opportunities to service and supply companies.
The following speakers are scheduled to appear at the panel:
- Gerry Gabinet, director of economic development and tourism for the County of Strathcona
- Jason Brisbois, director of the Western Centre for Economic Research at the University of Alberta’s School of Business
- Jeff Penney, manager of economic development for the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
The fourth annual Energy Services Summit is being held on May 28–29 in Edmonton. As Canada’s premier business development and networking event for the conventional upstream oil and gas services industry, the summit brings energy services companies together to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the industry. The 2012 summit features keynote sessions, panels and networking opportunities designed to help owners, executives and managers lead their businesses into the future.
EARLY BIRD DEADLINE IS THIS COMING MONDAY!
Register by April 2 and save $200 off the price of registration. Early bird pricing is available to both general and energy industry delegates, so act now and take advantage of the limited-time offer.
Click here to register today.