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As of May 20, 2016. Subject to updates.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS Africa Oil & Gas Forum......................................................... 4

Knowledge Bar - Digital Oilfield......................................... 10

Country Market Presentation Theatre ................................. 4

Low Carbon Innovation Forum............................................ 11

Career Development Theatre................................................ 5

SRC Technology And Innovation Theatre............................ 12

Heavy Oil Presentation Theatre............................................ 6

Second Annual International Regulatory Roundtable........ 14

Mexico Panel Presentation: Energy Reform......................... 7

The CIBN “Doghouse” Innovation Theatre And Pitch Competition........................................... 15

Hydraulic Fracturing Theatre................................................ 8 Knowledge Bar - Clean Technology...................................... 9

Schedule At A Glance......................................................... 16

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COUNTRY MARKET PRESENTATION THEATRE BMO CENTRE, ROOM 100A, STAMPEDE PARK Tuesday, June 7 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

11:15

11:45

The Brazilian Oil & Gas Sector – An Overview and Opportunities

Brazil

Gustavo B. Barbosa, Deputy Consul Consulate General of Brazil (Vancouver)

12:00

12:30

New Opportunities Of Exploration & Production Business In Cuba, Offshore and On land

Cuba

Dr. Manuel Marrero Faz, Petroleum Advisor Ministry of Energy and Mines of Cuba

12:45

1:15

Argentina's Oil & Gas Industry Outlook

Argentina

Leonardo J. Brkusic, Executive Director GAPP-Argentine Group of Suppliers for the O&G Industry

3:00

4:00

Opportunities for Canadian Supply and Service Companies in Mature Oil & Gas Fields in Colombia

Colombia

Nicolás Honorato, Director Austral Consulting

4:15

5:15

Opportunities in Mexico’s Mature Fields Market

Mexico

Luis Doménech M., Managing Director Market Intelligence Latin America, S.C.

Wednesday, June 8 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

11:00

11:30

Opportunities in Australian Resources and Energy

Australia

Portia Maier, Consul General and Senior Trade Commisioner Australian Trade and Investment Commission/Australian Consulate General

11:45

12:15

Pakistan – Exploration & Production Opportunities

Pakistan

Zahid Mir, Managing Director/CEO Oil & Gas Development Company Limited

2:00

2:30

Investment Opportunities in Central Alberta

Central Alberta (Canada)

David Ghoris/Pam Steckler Economic Development Officer/Investment Attraction Officer City of Red Deer/Access Prosperity

2:45

3:15

Overview and Opportunities for Business in Exploration and Production in the Bolivian Oil and Gas industry

Bolivia

Honorable Luis Alberto Sánchez Fernández, Minister at Ministry of Hydrocarbons & Energy, Bolivia

AFRICA OIL & GAS FORUM

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BMO CENTRE, ROOM 100B, STAMPEDE PARK Tuesday, June 7 Start

End

Presentation Title

Country

Presenter

12:00

12:30

TBD

Nigeria

PETAN

12:45

1:15

TBD

Kenya

TBD

1:30

2:00

TBD

Senegal

Joseph Medou, Exploration and Production Director PETROSEN

2:15

2:45

TBD

Export Development Canada

Jean-Bernard Ruggieri, Chief Representative Africa

3:00

3:30

Oil and Gas – A Catalyst to Tanzania’s Economic Breakthrough

Tanzania

His Excellency Jack Mugendi Zoka Government of Tanzania

3:45

4:15

TBD

Egypt

TBD

As of May 27, 2016. Subject to updates.


CAREER DEVELOPMENT THEATRE BOYCE THEATRE, CORRAL, STAMPEDE PARK Tuesday, June 7 11:00 AM

Re-Engage: How to Re-purpose Your Skillset Right Management, CRIEC and Employer Panel

12:30 PM

Redefining Mentorship Young Women in Energy

1:00 PM

The Road to Resilience Mount Royal University

1:30 PM

Successful Networking and the 30 Second Pitch Catherine Brownlee Inc.

2:00 PM

Re-Engage: Transitioning to Renewable Energy Calgary Economic Development, Solas Energy Consulting, Skyfire Energy and Canadian Geothermal Energy Association

3:30 PM

How to Land the Right Job with the Right Strategy Monster Worldwide

Wednesday, June 8 1:00 AM

Re-Engage: Labour Market Outlook 2016 to 2020 for Canada’s Oil and Gas Industry PetroLMI - Enform

2:30 AM

Re-Engage: Optimizing Your Job Search and the Hidden Job Market Right Management and CRIEC

4:00 AM

Innovation Mount Royal University

4:30 AM

How to Land the Right Job with the Right Strategy Monster Worldwide

Thursday, June 9 10:30 AM

Re-Engage: Networking for Introverts Right Management and CRIEC

12:30 PM

Redefining Mentorship Young Women in Energy

1:00 AM

How to Land the Right Job with the Right Strategy Monster Worldwide

1:30 AM

Successful Networking and the 30 Second Pitch Catherine Brownlee Inc.

2:00 AM

Motivating Your Workforce Mount Royal University

5

Re-Engage sessions are presented by:

As of May 27, 2016. Subject to updates.


HEAVY OIL PRESENTATION THEATRE HALL D&E (BOOTH 7220), STAMPEDE PARK Tuesday, June 7 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

10:30

11:00

Optimization of a Large Polymer Flood Using Full-field Streamline Simulation

Streamsim Technologies, Inc

Rod Batycky, Vice President

11:15

11:45

Nsolv – A Cleaner, Cheaper, and Safer Production Method to Unlock Heavy Oil Resources

Nsolv

Paul Krawchuk, VP of Operations

12:00

12:30

Case History of Sequencing Re-completions from Toe to Heel Increasing Recovery

D. Cadrin Enterprises Ltd.

David Cadrin, Consultant

12:45

1:15

Transferring Interfacial Rheology Data from Lab Tests to Practical Midstream Processing: Optimizing Demulsifier Performance to Reduce Corrosion and Pipeline Pressure Peaks

KRÜSS GmbH

Daniel Frese, Application Expert

1:30

2:00

CSA B149.3 - Path to Certification of Fuel Burning Equipment in Canada

Intertek

Nader Farahani, Manager - Fuel SI Canada

2:15

2:45

Unique Solutions to Bolting Challenges in the Petroleum Industry

Precision Bolting LTD

Ken Gamroth, Owner and General Manager

3:00

3:30

Dropped Overhead Objects and Chosing the Correct Secondary Retention Device

Stanley Engineered

Ryan Bostick, Business Development Manager

3:45

4:15

Reducing Emissions and Cutting Costs

Black Gold Rush Industries Ltd.

Dallas Rosevear, Business Development Manager

4:30

5:00

Personal Safety Monitoring

Universal Site Monitoring

Andrew Thurlow, Managing Director

5:15

5:45

Productivity Gains in Automated Refueling

Western Global

Mike Nelson, Business Development Manager

Wednesday, June 8

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Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

10:30

11:00

With IoT in Oil & Gas, the Devil’s In the Details

ZTR Control Systems

Len Auer, Product Marketing & Planning Manager

11:15

11:45

New Novel Floating Roof Technology for Hydrocarbon Storage and Production Facilities

Greatario Covers

Terry Frank, V.P. Sales and Marketing

12:00

12:30

Paragonled Explosion Proof Lights

Paragon Semiconductor Lighting Technology Co., Ltd.

Jordan Wu, Sales Division Assistant Manager

12:45

1:15

Industrial Internet of Things (Iiot) Technology in the Directional Drilling Industry: How to Realize New Levels of Performance and Efficiency in a Down Economy

ISS Connectivity

Adam Strynadka, Managing Director

1:30

2:00

Sorbweb™Plus Secondary Oil Containment Systems

Albarrie GeoComposites Limited

Carla Smiderle, Sales & Marketing Manager

2:15

2:45

New DMT – Geophysical Method and Technology in Prospecting

H.BLOCH a.s.

Vladimir Jadrnicek, CEO

3:00

3:30

CSI Above Grade Sulphur Seal - A Safety, Reliability & Operations Innovation

Preston Phipps

Adolfo Allegro, Technical Sales Engineer

3:45

4:15

Edge Gateways and Middleware - A One-Two Punch for IIoT

Elecsys Corporation

Tim Carr, Director of Sales - Industrial Data Gateways

4:30

5:00

The “Frequency” to Unlock Hidden Oil Resources

Harris Corporation

Jason Bys, Director, Energy Solutions

5:15

5:45

Leak Detection on Four Legs

Detector Dog Services International Ltd

Ron Mistafa, Owner/President

As of May 27, 2016. Subject to updates.


HEAVY OIL PRESENTATION THEATRE HALL D&E (BOOTH 7220), STAMPEDE PARK Thursday, June 9 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

10:30

11:00

What is an Effective Safety Management System?

Dekra Insight

Ron Demaray, President

11:15

11:45

Cost-Effective Treatment of Frac Flowback, Produced Water and Brine

APATEQ

Dirk Martin, Chief Sales Officer

12:00

12:30

Post-CHOPS Well Test Centre

Saskatchewan Research Council

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

12:45

1:15

Industrial Internet Of Things (IIoT) - Using Middleware in an Oil and Gas SCADA Environment

The Streamline Group

Greg Tink, Managing Partner

1:30

2:00

Ultra High Temperature durable AFLAS FFKM Material Solution for HPHT and EOR

AGC Chemicals Americas, Inc.

Masahide Yodogawa, Sr.R&D Manager

2:15

2:45

An Intuitive Way to Manage Complex Day to Day Operations

Aimsio Inc.

Hanif Joshaghani, Co-founder, Head of Sales

and Business Development 3:00

3:30

Cost Estimating and Contingency Assessment for Three Typical Pile Foundation Systems (Screw Pile, Driven Pile, Cast-in-Place Pile)

Almita Piling Inc.

Mohamed Abdelaziz, Sales and Business Development Manager

3:45

4:15

Environmentally Responsible Non-Destructive Cleaning with Dry Ice

Cold Jet

Ellen Heini, Director of Business Development - Contract Cleaning

MEXICO PANEL PRESENTATION: ENERGY REFORM BOYCE THEATRE, CORRAL, STAMPEDE PARK Wednesday, June 8 10:00 am - 10:30 am

Opening Remarks Dr. Pierre-Gerlier Forest, Director and Palmer Chair, the School of Public Policy

10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Markets & Social Acceptability Moderator: Dan McFadyen, Program Director, Extractive Resource Governance, the School of Public Policy Dr. Robert Skinner, Executive Fellow, the School of Public Policy Carlos Ortiz, Director General, SENER Guillermo Garcia-Alcocer, President, Energy Regulatory Commission Dr. Sergio Alcocer, President, Mexican Academy of Engineering

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As of May 27, 2016. Subject to updates.


HYDRAULIC FRACTURING THEATRE FRAC SITE, BOOTH 3900, STAMPEDE PARK Tuesday, June 7 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

10:30

11:00

Water Usage: Innovations to Reduce Fresh Water Volumes

Trican Well Service Ltd.

Jocelyn McMinn, Fracturing Technical Team Lead

11:00

11:30

Frac Fluid Containment: Why Contamination Is Very Rare (Or Green Frac Fluids Are Available, But Not Required)

Trican Well Service Ltd.

Jocelyn McMinn, Fracturing Technical Team Lead

11:30

12:00

Earthquakes and Fracturing: What is the Connection?

Trican Well Service Ltd.

David Quirk, Fracturing Technical Manager

1:30

2:00

Increasing Duvernay Production from Complex Fracture Systems Halliburton Group Canada

Robert Taylor, Manager Canadian Reservoir Studies Team

2:00

2:30

Refracturing: Revitalize Your Field with Confidence

Halliburton Group Canada

Eric Atamanik, Fracturing - Account Representative

2:30

3:00

Refracturing

Calfrac Well Services Ltd.

Derek Gorgichuk, Sales and Technical Advisor

3:00

3:30

Proppant Transport Modifer: An Innovated Way to Improve Sand Distribution across Net Pay (Includes Video)

Trican Well Service Ltd.

Scott Churchill, Fracturing Technical Specialist

3:30

4:00

Frac Sand Dust Control: An Innovative and Economical Dust Mitigation Process

Trican Well Service Ltd.

Michael Elliot, Technical Specialist – Fracturing

Wednesday, June 8

8

Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

10:30

11:00

Frac Sand Dust Control: An Innovative and Economical Dust Mitigation Process

Trican Well Service Ltd.

Michael Elliot, Technical Specialist – Fracturing

11:00

11:30

Water Usage: Innovations to Reduce Fresh Water Volumes

Trican Well Service Ltd.

Jocelyn McMinn, Fracturing Technical Team Lead

11:30

12:00

Frac Fluid Containment: Why Contamination Is Very Rare (Or Green Frac Fluids Are Available, But Not Required)

Trican Well Service Ltd.

Jocelyn McMinn, Fracturing Technical Team Lead

12:00

12:30

Refracturing

Calfrac Well Servics Ltd.

Derek Gorgichuk, Sales and Technical Advisor

1:30

2:00

Refracturing: Revitalize Your Field with Confidence

Halliburton Group Canada

Eric Atamanik, Fracturing - Account Representative

2:00

2:30

Increasing Duvernay Production from Complex Fracture Systems Halliburton Group Canada

Robert Taylor, Manager Canadian Reservoir Studies Team

2:30

3:00

Proppant Transport Modifer: An Innovated Way to Improve Sand Distribution across Net Pay (Includes Video)

Trican Well Service Ltd.

Scott Churchill, Fracturing Technical Specialist

3:00

3:30

Earthquakes and Fracturing: What is the Connection?

Trican Well Service Ltd.

David Quirk, Fracturing Technical Manager

Thursday, June 9 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

10:30

11:00

Proppant Transport Modifer: An Innovated Way to Improve Sand Distribution across Net Pay (Includes Video)

Trican Well Service Ltd.

Scott Churchill, Fracturing Technical Specialist

11:00

11:30

Frac Fluid Containment: Why Contamination Is Very Rare (Or Green Frac Fluids Are Available, But Not Required)

Trican Well Service Ltd.

Jocelyn McMinn, Fracturing Technical Team Lead

11:30

12:00

Water Usage: Innovations to Reduce Fresh Water Volumes

Trican Well Service Ltd.

Jocelyn McMinn, Fracturing Technical Team Lead

1:30

2:00

Frac Sand Dust Control: An Innovative and Economical Dust Mitigation Process

Trican Well Service Ltd.

Michael Elliot, Technical Specialist – Fracturing

2:00

2:30

Refracturing

Calfrac Well Services Ltd.

Derek Gorgichuk, Sales and Technical Advisor

2:30

3:00

Earthquakes and Fracturing: What is the Connection?

Trican Well Service Ltd.

David Quirk, Fracturing Technical Manager

As of May 27, 2016. Subject to updates.


KNOWLEDGE BAR - CLEAN TECHNOLOGY HALL B - BOOTH 1745, STAMPEDE PARK Tuesday, June 7 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

12:00

12:45

Centre for the Demonstration of Emissions Reductions (C-DER)

Saskatchewan Research Council

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

1:00

1:45

Wireless Vent Valve Monitoring: The Next Evolution in Tank Venting

Zirco

Ryan Sperling, Business Development Manager

2:00

2:45

Eliminating Gas Emissions Using Reciprocating Compressors

Burckhardt Compression (Canada) Inc.

Johann Scherer-Brown, Systems Sales Manager and Craig Bowern, Services Manager

3:00

3:45

Fast Tracking Innovations in Measurement, Monitoring and Instrumentation to Reduce Operating Costs and Environmental Impacts at Oil Sands Operations

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

Carolyn Preston, Suncor Applied Research Fellow in Measurement, Monitoring and Instrumentation

4:00

4:45

Plasma Pulse Technology for Enhanced Oil Recovery

Novas Energy

Lee Primeau, General Sales Manager

Wednesday, June 8 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

12:00

12:45

Digital Advancements and Burner Advancement for Oil and Gas Sites

ACL Manufacturing Inc.

Ron Truelove, V.P. of U.S. Operations

1:00

1:45

Electric-Powered Fracturing

US Well Services, LLC

Jared Oehring, VP of Technology

2:00

2:45

Reduce Heat Tracing Headaches: Heat More Efficiently While Reducing Capital Costs

Zirco

Ryan Sperling, Business Development Manager

3:00

3:45

Environmentally Responsible Foundations Using Screw Piles Almita Piling

Mohamed Abdelaziz, Sales and Business Development Manager

4:00

4:45

Lets Clear the Air!

Dr. Apostolos Kantzas , Director

PERM Inc

Thursday, June 9 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

11:00

11:45

Digital Advancements and Burner Advancement for Oil and Gas Sites

ACL Manufacturing Inc.

Ron Truelove, V.P. of U.S. Operations

12:00

12:45

Environmentally Responsible Foundations Using Screw Piles Almita Piling

Mohamed Abdelaziz, Sales and Business Development Manager

1:00

1:45

Plasma Pulse Technology for Enhanced Oil Recovery

Lee Primeau, General Sales Manager

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Novas Energy

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As of May 27, 2016. Subject to updates.


KNOWLEDGE BAR - DIGITAL OILFIELD HALL B - BOOTH 1751, STAMPEDE PARK Tuesday, June 7 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

11:00

11:45

Using Big Data to Operate in 2016

Cadeon

Phil Unger, CEO

12:00

12:45

High Definition LiDAR & Imagery Applications

RME Geomatics

Chris Martin, Business Development Manager

1:00

1:45

Reservoir Pattern Surveillance of a Mature Flood

Streamsim Technologies, Inc.

Rod Batycky, Vice President

2:00

2:45

Predictive Analytics for Rotational Equipment: Use Case and IBM Demo for Electric Submersible Pumps

James Findlay, Analytics Lead, Natural Resources Solution Centre

3:00

3:45

The Role Wireless Networking Can Play in Lowering OPEX in the Oilfield

Redline Communication

Louis Lambert, VP, Oil & Gas Sales

4:00

4:45

Back to Earth: Using Drones for Real-time Business through Real-time 3D Reconstruction

Lockheed Martin

Michael Jones, Software Engineering Associate Manager

5:00

5:45

CMT Twin: Revolutionizing Pipe Joining

Fronius Canada Ltd.

Johann Tiffner, Senior Applications Engineer

Wednesday, June 8 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

11:00

11:45

Real-Time Intelligent Production and Service Optimization: SAGD and Fracking

Hitachi Solutions

Sebastian Maurice, Director, Architectural Design and Analytics

12:00

12:45

An Intuitive Way to Manage Complex Day to Day Field Operations

Aimsio Inc.

Hanif Joshaghani, Co-founder, Head of Sales & Business Development

1:00

1:45

Track and Reduce Costs in a Drilling Tool Rental Cycle with Big Data Analysis

Biminer Technologies Inc.

Feng Jiao, President

2:00

2:45

Delivering Cloud Economics with Object Storage

IBM

Lindon Smith, Cloud Storage Architect for Oil & Gas Accounts

3:00

3:45

Case Study: Enabling the Digital Oilfield with a Super Major

Redline Communication

Louis Lambert, VP, Oil & Gas Sales

4:00

4:45

Field Paperwork Automation With FieldCap

FieldCap

Brad Peterson, President

Thursday, June 9

10 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

11:00

11:45

Using Intrinsically Safe Mobile Devices in Oil, Gas and Energy Environments

Ecom Instruments Inc.

Cari Clarotto, Sales & Channel Manager, Canada

12:00

12:45

Why Getting a Coffee Is the Best Part of Most People’s Day. What Can You Learn From The “Other” Black Gold?

IBM

Dason Wells, Mobility Lead

1:00

1:45

Protecting the Worker: Automating the EHS Approach

Medgate

Bob Poteet, Sales Executive

2:00

2:45

The Huge Benefits of Using Intelligent Software to Schedule EDP Software / Your Workforce SchedulePro

Sachan Agrawal, CEO

3:00

3:45

Digitize Your Field Operations-Discover How Leading O&G Companies Are Integrating Mobile Devices

Rachael Mott, Vice President, Field Services

Hitachi Solutions

Sponsored by:

As of May 27, 2016. Subject to updates.


LOW CARBON INNOVATION FORUM ROTARY HOUSE, STAMPEDE PARK Tuesday, June 7 1:00 pm - 1:15 pm

Opening Remarks and Introduction Heather Campbell, Regional Director, Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC)

1:15 pm - 1:35 pm

Keynote Speaker Linda Coady, Chief Sustainability Officer, Enbridge

1:35 pm - 1:45 pm

Break

1:45 pm -2:45 pm

Transition Technologies: Carbon Capture, Conversion and Storage Moderator: Richard Adamson, President, CMC Research Institutes Tim Wiwchar, Portfolio Manager, Athabasca Oil Sands Project, Shell Apoorv Sinha, President, Carbon Upcycling Don Lawton, Director, Containment and Monitoring Institute Darryl Wolanski, Vice President, Business Development, Inventys

2:45 pm - 3:00 pm

Networking Break

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The Hat Trick Challenge: Achieving Profitability, Environmental Performance, and Social License in Extraction and Production Processes Moderator: Heather Campbell, Regional Director, Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) Joule Bergerson, Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Department and the Centre for Environmental Engineering Research and Education, Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary Marty Reed, CEO, EVOK Innovations Kevin Slough, President and CTO, FilterBoxx Water & Environmental Corp. Todd Parker, CEO, Blue Spark Energy

Wednesday, June 8 1:00 pm - 1:15 pm

Opening Remarks and Introduction Megan Zimmerman, Business Development Manager, Technology & Renewable Energy, Business and Trade Development, Calgary Economic Development

1:15 pm -2:15 pm

Addressing Methane Emissions: Advances in Detection and Capture Moderator: Jason Switzer, Board Member, Alberta Clean Tech Industry Alliance (ACTia) Audrey Mascarenhas, President and CEO, Questor Technologies Inc. Paul Evans, Execuitive Vice President, Ferus Mark Taylor, Vice President, Climate Policy Assurance Team, Alberta Energy Regulator Ian Kuwahara, Technical Director, Cap-Op Energy Richard Adamson, President, CMC Research Institutes

2:15 pm - 2:30 pm

Networking Break

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

It Takes a Village: The Role of Collaboration in Innovation Success Moderator: Jeff Reading, Opportunity Development, Kinetica Ventures Steve MacDonald, CEO, Climate Change Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) Hamish Adam, CEO, Boreal Laser Steven Koles, President & CEO, Hifi Engineering Kevin Frankowski, Executive Director, Kinetica Ventures

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Presented by:

As of May 27, 2016. Subject to updates.


SRC TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION THEATRE HALLS ABC - BOOTH 1210, STAMPEDE PARK Tuesday, June 7 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter

10:30

11:00

SRC Energy Overview

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Paul Paynter, Business Development Director, Energy

11:00

11:30

Centre for the Demonstration of Emissions Reductions (C-DER)

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

11:30

12:00

Air Quality Monitoring

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Kenelm Grismer, Manager, Environmental Performance and Forestry

12:00

12:30

Wormholes and Post-CHOPS EOR

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Kelly Knorr, Operations Manager, Energy

12:30

1:00

Partial Upgrading

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Kelly Knorr, Operations Manager, Energy

1:00

1:30

High-Temperature Surfactants

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Muhammad Imran, Manager, EOR Field Development

1:30

2:00

Current and Future Challenges of Heavy Oil Recovery

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Muhammad Imran, Manager, EOR Field Development

2:00

2:30

Post-CHOPS Well Test Centre

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

2:30

3:00

Mastering Light and Tight Oil

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

3:00

3:30

Heavy Oil Waterflooding

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Petro Nakutnyy, Manager, EOR Processes

3:30

4:00

Polymer Enhanced Oil Recovery

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Petro Nakutnyy, Manager, EOR Processes

4:00

4:30

Centre for the Demonstration of Emissions Reductions (C-DER)

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

4:30

5:00

Continuous Monitoring of Reservoir Fluids using Passive Seismic

C-Sinc Technologies Ltd.

Pavan Elapavuluri, Chief Technology Officer

5:00

5:30

Technology Opportunities in an Industry Downturn

Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada (PTAC)

Marc Godin, Technical Advisor

Wednesday, June 8 12

Start

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Presentation Title

Company

Presenter Name & Job Title

10:30

11:00

SRC Energy Overview

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Paul Paynter, Business Development Director, Energy

11:00

11:30

Centre for the Demonstration of Emissions Reductions (C-DER)

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

11:30

12:00

Air Quality Monitoring

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Kenelm Grismer, Manager, Environmental Performance and Forestry

12:00

12:30

Wormholes and Post-CHOPS EOR

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Kelly Knorr, Operations Manager, Energy

12:30

1:00

Partial Upgrading

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Kelly Knorr, Operations Manager, Energy

1:00

1:30

High-Temperature Surfactants

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Muhammad Imran, Manager, EOR Field Development

1:30

2:00

Current and Future Challenges of Heavy Oil Recovery

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Muhammad Imran, Manager, EOR Field Development

As of May 27, 2016. Subject to updates.


SRC TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION THEATRE HALLS ABC - BOOTH 1210, STAMPEDE PARK Start

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Presentation Title

Company

Presenter Name & Job Title

2:00

2:30

Post-CHOPS Well Test Centre

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

2:30

3:00

Mastering Light and Tight Oil

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

3:00

3:30

Heavy Oil Waterflooding

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Petro Nakutnyy, Manager, EOR Processes

3:30

4:00

Polymer Enhanced Oil Recovery

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Petro Nakutnyy, Manager, EOR Processes

4:00

4:30

Centre for the Demonstration of Emissions Reductions (C-DER)

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

4:30

5:00

Utilizing Through Pipe Technology to Improve Production Efficiency

Roke Technologies Ltd.

Hermann Kramer, President

5:00

5:30

Technology Opportunities in an Industry Downturn

Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada (PTAC)

Marc Godin, Technical Advisor

Thursday, June 9 Start

End

Presentation Title

Company

Presenter Name & Job Title

10:30

11:00

SRC Energy Overview

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Paul Paynter, Business Development Director, Energy

11:00

11:30

Centre for the Demonstration of Emissions Reductions (C-DER)

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

11:30

12:00

Air Quality Monitoring

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Kenelm Grismer, Manager, Environmental Performance and Forestry

12:00

12:30

Wormholes and Post-CHOPS EOR

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Kelly Knorr, Operations Manager, Energy

12:30

1:00

Partial Upgrading

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Kelly Knorr, Operations Manager, Energy

1:00

1:30

High-Temperature Surfactants

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Muhammad Imran, Manager, EOR Field Development

1:30

2:00

Current and Future Challenges of Heavy Oil Recovery

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Muhammad Imran, Manager, EOR Field Development

2:00

2:30

Post-CHOPS Well Test Centre

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

2:30

3:00

Mastering Light and Tight Oil

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

3:00

3:30

Heavy Oil Waterflooding

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Petro Nakutnyy, Manager, EOR Processes

3:30

4:00

Polymer Enhanced Oil Recovery

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Petro Nakutnyy, Manager, EOR Processes

4:00

4:30

Centre for the Demonstration of Emissions Reductions (C-DER)

Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

Mike Crabtree, Vice-President, Energy

4:30

5:00

Surface Casing Vent Flow Remediation

Winterhawk Well Abandonment Ltd.

Dale Kunz, President

Sponsored and presented by:

As of May 27, 2016. Subject to updates.

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SECOND ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY ROUNDTABLE EMERGING ISSUES & PRESSURES ON TODAY’S REGULATORS BMO CENTRE, ROOM 100B, STAMPEDE PARK Wednesday, June 8 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Opening Remarks Welcome Dan McFadyen, Program Director, Extractive Resource Governance, the School of Public Policy Introduction to Extractive Resource Governance Program Niloo Hojjati, Research Associate, Extractive Resource Governance, the School of Public Policy

2:00 pm - 3:10 pm

Markets & Social Acceptability Moderator: Dan McFadyen, Program Director, Extractive Resource Governance, the School of Public Policy Dr. Robert Skinner, Executive Fellow, the School of Public Policy Topic A) Markets With layoffs and cutbacks in the oil-patch and the ripple effects spreading throughout the Canadian economy, it may seem as though the latest drop in oil prices could stall the economic engine in Alberta for a long time. But can a silver lining be found in the roiling storm clouds of the current rout? This session explores the current environment of low oil prices, in contrast to three previous significant drops in oil prices (1985, 1997, and 2008) and assesses whether there are policy lessons to be learned from previous routes, or whether today is fundamentally different. How do emerging market conditions impact regulators? How can regulators learn from the past? GaĂŠtan Caron, Executive Fellow, the School of Public Policy Topic B) Social License Regulators operate in a complex world, confronted with many challenges as they attempt to strike a balance between the interests of both private and public stakeholders. This session explores the pressures posed by social license/social acceptability on regulators, and discusses public engagement. What are the pressures faced by regulators like the National Energy Board? What are the pressures from local community and government, as well as indigenous communities?

3:10 pm - 3:30 pm

Coffee Break

3:30 pm - 4:45 pm

Civil Society & Technology Moderator: Dan McFadyen, Program Director, Extractive Resource Governance, the School of Public Policy Shantel Jordison, Manager, Extractive Resource Governance, the School of Public Policy Topic A) Civil Society There are often two questions at the heart of the oil and gas debate in Canada. The first question relates to how oil and gas should be developed. The second relates to if, and at what pace oil and gas should be developed. As both debates rage on simultaneously as part of the larger dialogue about oil and gas development in Canada, different civil society groups have sought to exert their influence on each of these debates using different tactics and strategies, each with varying degrees of success. Drawing on various examples, the role of civil society will be explored as a pressure on regulators, and some observations will be made about which actors have been the most (and the least) influential over the years. Broadly, how does public debate act as a pressure on regulators?

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Jim Dilay, Executive Fellow, the School of Public Policy Topic B) Technology With the fast-moving world of technological innovations in the oil and gas industry, regulators face immense pressure to respond to these dynamic changes in a timely manner. This session explores the pressures of technological advancement on regulators, and discusses the ways in which regulators can support the growth of technological advancements, whilst ensuring the safe and efficient development of energy resources. What are the most recent technological pressures that regulators face? How have these pressures impacted regulators? What have been some of the successes and failures in these areas? 4:40 pm - 5:00 pm

Closing Remarks Dan McFadyen, Program Director, Extractive Resource Governance, the School of Public Policy

Presented by:

As of May 27, 2016. Subject to updates.


THE CIBN “DOGHOUSE” INNOVATION THEATRE AND PITCH COMPETITION Sponsored by: HALL B - BOOTH 1532, STAMPEDE PARK

Presented by:

Tuesday, June 7 Start

End

Presentation

10:30

11:00

ABCtech Opening Address

11:00

11:30

The CIBN Sponsor Presentation

11:30

12:00

Blue Spark Energy Doghouse Address

12:00

1:30

Doghouse Pitch Competition

Cleaner Technologies – Entrepreneur Presentations 1:30

2:00

Blue Spark Energy Sponsor Presentation

2:00

2:30

Absolute Combustion

2:30

3:00

Clem Geo Energy

3:00

3:30

SNS Sponsor Presentation

3:30

4:00

BIFF Co. Framing

4:00

4:30

MycoRemedy

4:30

5:00

TBD

MC: Sandi Gilbert, Founder & CEO, SeedUps Canada Judges • Krzys Palka • Mike Perri • Jay Haugen • Perry Kinkaide • Harry Tucker • Kerry George

Wednesday, June 8 Start

End

Presentation

10:30

11:00

The CIBN Opening Address

11:00

11:30

Imaginea Energy Sponsor Presentation

11:30

12:00

Imaginea Energy Doghouse Address

12:00

1:30

Doghouse Pitch Competition

Leaner Innovations – Entrepreneur Presentations 1:30

2:00

Proceed Solutions

2:00

2:30

Interface Fluidics

2:30

3:00

Government of Canada Sponsor Presentation

3:00

3:30

Endeavour Technologies

3:30

4:00

Drill-Tek MWD Services Ltd.

4:00

4:30

GOmentr Inc. Sponsor Presentation

MC: Suzanne West - President and CEO, Imaginea Energy Corp. Judges • April Bottrell • Paul Paynter • Alex Raczenko • Rus Matichuk • Randy McCord • Cara Wolf

Intelligent Spools

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Thursday, June 9 Start

End

Presentation

10:30

11:00

The CIBN Opening Address

11:00

11:30

SAIT Sponsor Presentation

11:30

12:00

SAIT Doghouse Address

12:00

1:30

Doghouse Pitch Competition

Leaner Technologies – Entrepreneur Presentations 1:30

2:00

Petro Niche Technology

2:00

2:30

GEM Services

2:30

3:00

Exterra Monitoring

3:00

3:30

True Site View

3:30

4:00

Zacxon

4:00

4:30

ABCtech Sponsor Presentation / Closing

MC: Joni Avram, Principal, Cause and Effect Marketing Judges • Elio Cozzi • Todd Parker • Mike Crabtree • Kathryn Bechthold • Donna Dahl • Lee Malleau

As of May 27, 2016. Subject to updates.


SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE

Tuesday, June 7 SPE Canada Heavy Oil Technical Conference (Separate registration required)

7:30 am – 6:00 pm

BMO Centre, Palomino Room, Stampede Park

GPS Awards (Purchased ticket required: $75 + GST)

8:00 am – 10:00 am

Rotary House, Stampede Park

Exhibition – Day 1

10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Stampede Park

SRC Technology and Innovation Theatre - Free to Attend

10:30 am – 5:30 pm

Halls A, B, C, Stampede Park

Knowledge Bars - Free to Attend

11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Hall B, Stampede Park

GPS Presentation Theatres – Free Presentations

11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Halls B, C, D, E, Stampede Park

Low Carbon Innovation Forum

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Rotary House, Stampede Park

Opening Night Reception (Purchased ticket required: $95 + GST)

6:30 pm – Late

Imperial Ballroom, Hyatt Regency Calgary

Wednesday, June 8

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SPE Heavy Oil Conference—Canada (Separate registration required)

7:30 am – 5:00 pm

BMO Centre, Palomino Room

Energy Leaders Breakfast & International Energy Capital Forum (Purchased ticket required: $195 + GST)

7:30 am – 4:00 pm

Imperial Ballroom, Hyatt Regency Calgary

Exhibition – Day 2

10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Stampede Park

SRC Technology and Innovation Theatre - Free to Attend

10:30 am – 5:30 pm

Halls A, B, C, Stampede Park

Knowledge Bars - Free to Attend

11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Hall B, Stampede Park

GPS Presentation Theatres – Free Presentations

11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Halls B, C, D, E, Stampede Park

Low Carbon Innovation Forum - Free to Attend

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Rotary House, Stampede Park

GPS Professional Bull Riders Invitational (Purchased ticket required: $15 + GST)

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Agrium Western Event Centre, Stampede Park

Official Industry Party

6:30 pm – Late

Stampede Park, Cowboys Casino

Thursday, June 9 SPE Heavy Oil Conference—Canada (Separate registration required)

7:30 am – 4:30 pm

Palomino Room, Stampede Park

Indigenous Conference on Energy & Mining (Purchased ticket required: $495 + GST)

8:30 am – 6:00 pm

Imperial Ballroom, Hyatt Regency Calgary

Exhibition – Day 3

10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Stampede Park

SRC Technology and Innovation Theatre - Free to Attend

10:30 am – 5:00 pm

Halls A, B, C, Stampede Park

Knowledge Bars - Free to Attend

11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Hall B, Stampede Park

GPS Presentation Theatres – Free Presentations

11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Halls B, C, D, E, Stampede Park As of May 20, 2016. Subject to updates.


Global Petroleum Show 2016 Theatre Presentations