Connect with key northern stakeholders for crucial insight on the future of Arctic activity, and opportunities for Canada in the global energy sector.

  • Managing Risk and Ensuring Resilient Construction Projects Amid Climate Change Impacts
  • The Latest on the Feasibility and Activity of Local, Regional and Export Scale Natural Gas Projects in the North
  • Update On the Northern Corridor Concept to Increase Northern Trade and Transportation Pathways and Develop Large-Scale Infrastructure
  • Assessing the Mineral Resources Act and Growth Opportunities for Critical Minerals in the Technology Economy
  • Next Steps in the Beaufort Sea Agreement Beyond the Moratorium
  • Exploring Smaller-Scale Energy Projects to Move Away from Diesel Dependency

This highly anticipated annual event has brought together hundreds of the major players in northern resource development for candid discussions and information sharing on regulatory issues and new business opportunities.

Join us to gain greater clarity on the direction from new Federal and Territorial governments, learn about advancements in infrastructure, the impact of changing climate patterns, and what is required to overcome the challenges of moving forward with new projects.

Whether you are new to this event or eager to return this is your best opportunity to meet the leaders and decision makers from government, industry and Indigenous communities. Ensure you are up to date with the critical discussions on Canada’s role in global energy markets and the future of sustainable resource development.

Interested in viewing the virtual conference from October 2020?

If you weren’t able to attend the 20th Annual Arctic Oil & Gas Symposium, in a virtual format, you can still purchase the recordings and catch-up on critical information on your own schedule. Access information delivered by our esteemed speakers as you would at an onsite event.

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This is a must-see event for government and industry professionals involved in Northern resource development. The spectrum of job responsibilities includes:
  • Regulatory and Government Affairs
  • Policy Advisor
  • Environment & Natural Resources
  • Indigenous and Community Affairs
  • Economic Development
  • Land Management & Environmental Approvals
  • Logistics, Infrastructure, Transportation
  • Exploration Manager
  • Oil & Gas Planning
  • Petroleum Advisors
  • Resource Development
  • Geoscientist
  • New Ventures
  • Project Managers
  • Legal Affairs
  • Finance and Procurement
  • Business Development
Past Attending Companies
  • Apache Canada
  • ATCO Group of Companies
  • Ayoni Keh Land Corporation
  • Behzdi First Nation
  • BCP Canada and BP Exploration
  • Alaska Inc.
  • Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
  • Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency
  • CanNor
  • Chevron Canada Limited
  • ConocoPhllips
  • Dencho First Nations
  • Deline First Nation
  • Dene Tha’ First Nation
  • Devon Canada Corporation
  • Enbridge Pipelines Inc.
  • EnCana
  • Environment Canada
  • Exxon Mobil Corporation
  • Fisheries & Oceans Canada
  • Government of the Northwest Territories
  • Government of Alaska
  • Government of Alberta
  • Government of Nunavut
  • Government of Yukon
  • Gwich’in Tribal Council
  • Husky Energy
  • Imperial Oil
  • Indigenous Affairs and Northern Development Canada
  • Industry Canada
  • Innovation Norway
  • Inter Pipeline Fund
  • KOREA GAS Corporation
  • Kwanlin Dun First Nation
  • Mackenzie Valley Land & Water Board
  • Marathon Oil Company
  • MGM Energy Corp.
  • National Energy Board
  • Northern Pipeline Projects
  • North Slope Borough
  • NWT Water Board
  • Paramount Resources Ltd.
  • Sahtu Secretariat Inc.
  • Sambaa K’e Dene Band
  • Shell Canada
  • Statoil Canada Ltd.
  • Stantec
  • Talisman Energy Inc.
  • Totally E&P Canada
  • Town of Norman Wells
  • TransCanada Pipelines Ltd.
  • Transport Canada
  • Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
  • Yamoga Land Corporation
  • Yukon Geological Survey
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