The Canadian Institutes Corporate Planning and Risk Management for Oil and Gas

Venue: Calgary

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Sep 22, 2009 End Date/Time: Sep 23, 2009
Early Registration Date: Aug 25, 2009
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The economic downturn, depressed oil and gas prices and a sharp decline in demand have had devastating impacts on the oil and gas industry. Comprehensive planning and risk management strategies are essential for short term survival and long term success of every company involved in the energy sector.

Faced with substantial price volatility and unpredictable demand, energy companies need to ensure that plans are in place to weather the storm. The Canadian Institute’s Corporate Planning and Risk Management for Oil and Gas conference will address the economic factors and forecasts critical to your forward planning. Long term success depends on your ability to manage through the downturn and capitalize on the unique opportunities emerging from this period of transition. Get informed analysis and advice from an expert faculty of speakers gathered to help you:

Assess the impacts of US regulatory changes on access to markets for Canadian oil and gas
Evaluate global demand and competition for oil and gas from existing and emerging markets
Predict near and long term demand recovery in the North American marketplace
Evaluate competing and complimentary sources of supply from domestic and international sources to satisfy North America’s energy needs
Avert a supply shock scenario generated by gaps in infrastructure gaps caused by project suspensions and delays