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Our Energy Visions program

PwC's 4th annual Energy Visions Business Forum 

At a crossroads: Considered a high cost oil and LNG producer, can Canada compete for capital in today's "post-peak oil" world?

Energy Visions 2013

Eight videos featuring speakers and thought leaders who were present at the 2013 Energy Visions forum in Calgary, Alberta, who were collectively discussing the question: Can Canada become an Energy Superpower?

Please join us for PwC’s 4th annual Energy Visions Business Forum on Friday, May 30, 2014. You’ll hear from esteemed global analysts and knowledgeable industry leaders on our future as a high cost oil and LNG producer and how global events affect Canada’s energy industry.

Click here to register

Topics we will discuss and debate will include:

  • the ongoing global competition for capital
  • the effects of future oil and gas prices on industry capital investment
  • the importance of cost of production
  • the role of the government

Just how much is Canada’s energy sector at a crossroads, geographically and metaphorically, and how do we survive in the future global petroleum world? 

How do we maintain our competitiveness?

For further information please contact Claire Santos at claire.santos@ca.pwc.com or 1 403 509 6644

Location

Manitoba Room, The Westin Edmonton
10135 100th Street, Edmonton, AB

Date

Friday, May 30, 2014

Agenda

7:30am – 8:00am Registration and breakfast
8:00am – 9:15am Presentations
9:15am – 9:30am Summary and Q&A
 

Featured speakers

Robert Johnston, Chief Executive Officer
Director, Energy & Natural Resources, Eurasia Group

Robert JohnstonPrevious roles include:
• Managing director of equity research at Medley Global Advisors


 

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Robert HormatsPrevious roles include:
• Managing director of equity research at Medley Global Advisors

Robert (“RJ”) Johnston is the CEO of Eurasia Group. He is also the director of
the company’s Global Energy and Natural Resources Strategy Group. Prior to
joining Eurasia Group, RJ was a managing director of equity research at Medley
Global Advisors.

 


Robert Skinner
President
Kimacal Energy Strategies Ltd.

Previous roles include:
• Assistant Deputy Minister of Energy Commodities in Canada’s Energy department
• VP Oil Sands for TOTAL E&P Canada
• Sr. VP of Statoil Canada Ltd.

 

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Previous roles include:
• Assistant Deputy Minister of Energy Commodities in Canada’s Energy department
• VP Oil Sands for TOTAL E&P Canada
• Sr. VP of Statoil Canada Ltd.

 

Dr. Robert Skinner is the President of Kimacal Energy Strategies Ltd. He is also
an Executive Fellow with The School of Public Policy and energy research advisor
to the Vice President of Research at the University of Calgary. Some of his former
positions include Assistant Deputy Minister of Energy Commodities in Canada’s
Energy department, Director of the Long Term Office of the International Energy
Agency in Paris France, VP Oil Sands for TOTAL E&P Canada, Director of the
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies in Oxford England, and Sr. VP of Statoil
Canada Ltd.

Reynold Tetzlaff
National Energy Leader
PwC

Reynold Tetzlaff Previous roles include:
• PwC’s Calgary Energy Service Leader and has over 20 years experience with PwC

 

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Reynold Tetzlaff 
Reynold Tetzlaff is PwC Canada’s National Energy Leader. He has over 20 years
experience with a focus in audit and related services. Reynold has assisted
clients through complex transactions like initial public offerings (including the
largest IPO in the Canadian energy sector in 2012), reverse takeovers and global
expansion of their operations. Reynold is a frequent speaker at energy events and
provides insights into Canadian oil and gas industry trends.

 

 

Past Energy Visions content

Energy Visions 2013 post-event summary report
The 2013 Energy Visions business forum brought together a group of globally respected analysts and industry leaders to present their thoughts on, and debate the topic: Is Canada becoming an energy superpower? During the event, PwC conducted an audience poll to gain insight into what industry players thought on topics related to the oil and gas industry.

Unlocking Canada's oil and gas industry — is Canada becoming an energy superpower?
Over the last few years, Canada’s status as a strong global player on the oil and gas stage has risen significantly. The ongoing development of the oil sands and the explosive growth of shale gas and tight oil productive capacity are already influencing the shape of the oil and gas market in North America.

Energy Vision Quarterly Newsletter: Combating cost escalation
The ability of energy companies to keep a miserly philosophy of “a penny saved is a penny earned” and maintain costs will be a closely monitored aspect of business performance. Making small adjustments and striving for “the complete elimination of waste” can make a big difference in overall performance, and in this publication, we look at three areas that Canadian energy companies should focus on to reduce costs and improve operational performance.

Energy Visions Quarterly Newsletter: Nothing to fear
This issue of our quarterly Energy Visions newsletter looks at five reasons why Canada should welcome increased foreign investment in its oil sands and shale gas resources.

Energy Visions Quarterly Newsletter: Unsteady as she goes
This issue of our quarterly Energy Visions newsletter provides insight on how financial and geopolitical events have impacted crude oil prices, company share prices and the Brent-to-WTI differential,as well as what this means for Canada’s petroleum sector.

Energy Visions Quarterly Newsletter: Tight Oil Tech-Producers
This document, published by PwC as part of our Energy Visions program, talks about the increasing importance of technology in Canada’s oil and gas industry.

Energy Visions 2012 video content
A playlist of videos from the speakers and industry leaders at our 2012 Energy Visions event.

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