3rd Annual Forum Aboriginal-Energy Partnerships

Venue: Hyatt Regency Hotel

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Sep 13, 2004 End Date/Time: Sep 14, 2004
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Description

Forming successful Aboriginal-energy partnerships is critical for many of today’s energy developments. Do you have the information you need to succeed?

Is your company engaged — or planning to be — in partnerships or joint ventures with Aboriginal groups and businesses? Are you an Aboriginal stakeholder in the energy industry’s exploration and business development activities? If so, you can’t afford to miss The Canadian Institute’s 3rd Annual Forum on Aboriginal-Energy Partnerships.

Benefit from the unique learning and networking opportunity afforded by this information-packed event that brings together key stakeholders in the energy industry and the Aboriginal business community.

This 2004 conference in Calgary will equip you with the latest on regulations and guidelines, project updates, important financial recommendations and stakeholder relationship know-how, including:
*Navigating the Duty to Consult and Accommodate for successful project development
*Successfully financing Aboriginal partnerships or joint ventures
*How a cooperative approach to business development can benefit all stakeholders
*Structuring and negotiating successful impact benefit and interest-based agreements
*Breaking the ground for Aboriginal business participation — a mining industry perspective
...and more!

Plus — don’t miss these special updates and instructive case studies:
*The Haida Nation vs. Weyerhaeuser Supreme Court Decision — Find out how this historic case could affect your business practices!
*How Jacques Whitford and Innu Environmental formed the Minaskaut Limited Partnerships, with benefits to both
*The Mackenzie Gas Project and the business opportunities it fosters
Also take advantage of the optional post-conference workshop: A Comprehensive Guide to Interest-Based Negotiations and Strategic Agreements in the Energy Industry.

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