The Canadian Institutes Natural Gas Infrastructure & Supply

Venue: Calgary Telus Convention Centre

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Nov 23, 2009 End Date/Time: Nov 24, 2009
Early Registration Date: Oct 26, 2009
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A surge of unconventional gas discoveries, such as shale plays, and an excess of LNG imports are pouring into an already flooded North American market. Dwindling drilling rig utilization rates are at levels not seen in decades, yet still natural gas inventories are filling up at a rapid pace. Demand remains low and volatility in the market is high as questions of how to manage this excess supply challenge the industry.

In these tough economic times, how will these market forces take shape and affect the North American natural gas landscape? When will the price of natural gas recover and is your current market strategy able to withstand the uncertainty of the current glut? As the natural gas industry continues to evolve, what opportunities in infrastructure does this excess supply create and is your company equipped to capitalize on them?

The Canadian Institute’s Natural Gas Infrastructure and Supply conference is designed to tackle these vital questions head on, with two days of the most up-to-date analysis of critical market forces and infrastructure challenges affecting the natural gas industry. Whether you are evaluating your competition or looking for strategic business opportunities, this is your chance to become informed and get ahead.

Benefit from our roster of leading industry experts as they address such critical issues as:

An analysis of economic indicators to help rectify the current imbalance of supply and demand
Key insights into shale development and its impact on the natural gas industry
Infrastructure requirements and opportunities in the Horn River, Montney and Cordova areas
The impact that Kitimat LNG’s proposed terminal will have on natural gas pricing
The effect of the Rockies Express pipeline and other U.S. pipeline projects on Canadian production
How to maximize existing storage capacity
Determining credit-worthy shareholders for developing infrastructure