15th Annual U.S.-Canada Energy Trade & Technology Conference
Venue: InterContinental Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Nov 02, 2007||End Date/Time: Nov 02, 2007|
|Registration Date: Oct 31, 2007|
|Early Registration Date: Oct 22, 2007|
North American Energy: Connecting Our Future Supply Chain
Friday, November 2, 2007
InterContinental Hotel, 510 Atlantic Ave, Boston, MA, U.S.A
8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
This Annual North American Energy Conference brings together more than 250 leaders from key sectors of the U.S. and Canadian energy sector. Senior executives, elected officials policy makers, regulators, and other experts will provide high level perspectives, share knowledge and explore topics related to North America's Energy Security.
Keynote Speakers: Karen Harbert, Assistant Secretary for Policy and International Affairs U.S. Department of Energy, Hon. Mel Knight, Minister of Energy, Province of Alberta and Brian Frank, President, BP Energy Company and North American Gas and Power.
Discussions will focus on the proven trade and cooperative relationships that exists between the U.S. Northeast and Canada in the energy
sector and how this can be a model for future mutually beneficial collaboration, innovation and solutions to our North American energy
challenges. Unique cross-border perspectives will be provided on the following topics of interest:
• Developing an effective, stable and secure energy supply-to-retail consumer value chain and marketplace in North America.
• Updates on major supply and infrastructure projects and their impacts on our future energy supply-demand balance.
• Achieving reliable and affordable energy while improving environmental quality in the context of climate change, carbon footprints and greenhouse gas emissions.
• Deploying clean/renewable energy alternatives, new technologies and conservation measures as key components of our supply/demand portfolio and value chain.
• Legislative, policy, regulatory and market design structures that can help stabilize the supply-demand balance, increase fuel diversity,
mitigate price volatility and enhance our energy security.
It is the only U.S.-Canada energy event of its kind held annually in the Northeast U.S. and is widely recognized as the “go-to executive level forum” to stay on top of the ever evolving Canada-U.S. strategic energy