Connect with key northern stakeholders for candid discussions and valuable information on project development in oil, gas, alternative energy, and critical mineral resources.
THIS YEAR’S HIGHLIGHTS
- Infrastructure Advancements in Roads, Ports, Rail and Telecommunications
- Exploring Natural Gas Opportunities and Projects in Canada’s North
- Alternative Energy Sources in Wind, Solar and Small Modular Reactors to Minimize the Use of Diesel
- Growth Opportunities in Critical Minerals in the Technology Economy
- Expanding a Remediation Economy and Balancing Environmental Responsibility with Economic Development
- Assessing the Future for Oil and Gas Developments in the Alaskan North Slope, Russia and Norway
Dr. Katharina Koch
Postdoctoral Associate, Canadian Northern Corridor Research Program
The School of Public Policy, University of Calgary
Executive Director, Sustainable Infrastructure Branch
Highways and Public Works, Yukon Government
Vice President, Northern Development & Indigenous Relations
Senior Vice President, Corporate Development, Sproule
Royal Norwegian Embassy
Jeff C. Griffin
Vice-President, Science & Technology
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
former Federal Coordinator
Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects
Journalist/Instructor, University of Alaska, Anchorage
ABOUT THIS CONFERENCE
The 21st Annual Arctic Energy & Resource Symposium is your opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the future of sustainable resource development in the North and Canada’s role in global energy markets. Ensure you have the latest information about infrastructure advancements, regulatory issues and what is required to move forward with new projects.
Meet the leaders and decision makers from Territorial and Federal governments, Indigenous communities and industry at this anticipated event.
We look forward to welcoming you in March 2022!
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.Learn More
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
- 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
- Chevron Canada Limited
- Dencho First Nations
- Deline First Nation
- Dene Tha’ First Nation
- Devon Canada Corporation
- Enbridge Pipelines Inc.
- 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.
- 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