Customers, carbon and costs
Recent market conditions are testing the very core of business models of Canada’s upstream oil and gas producers. But the industry has seen tough times before and remains positive, convinced of the viability of our resources and our place in the global supply chain. While price volatility and regulatory uncertainty have brought a renewed emphasis on near-term profitability, we’re still playing the long-game and will invest accordingly. The sector has proven its resilience in the past and will no doubt work through the current challenges and emerge even stronger.
Energy Visions 2016 brings leading executives together to share their perspectives on the issues and what’s needed to build a sustainable industry, one that creates ongoing value for both shareholders and all Canadians. Their focus: The three major concerns spanning the energy sector-- customers, carbon and costs.
As operators continue to strive for political support, we’re no closer to resolving the pipeline debate or ensuring the long-term competitiveness of the Canadian industry.
The Canadian oil and gas industry cautiously welcomes the certainty that comes with emerging regulatory policy.
Balancing near-term and long-term thinking in a low price market.
CA National Energy Leader, Calgary
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Edmonton Managing Partner, Edmonton
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CA Calgary Managing Partner, Calgary
Tel: +1 403 509 7531
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