What will drive future development in BC and how will it impact your organization?

This year’s program will showcase:

  • What will a potentially new leader at the reins in Ottawa mean for BC’s
    power sector? From clean energy to LNG, the political parties have made
    a variety of pledges about the direction of the energy and power sectors in
    Canada. Be prepared for a changing environment.
  • What’s in the cards for BC’s IPPs — both home and abroad? The province’s
    independent power producers are strategizing about the future and searching
    for new business opportunities. What are the options and avenues available
    and worth exploring?
  • Stakeholders are awaiting movement on much-touted LNG projects and
    news of how it will affect power requirements, construction needs and labour
    opportunities. How will key investment decisions on LNG plants and pipelines
    affect BC Hydro, power and renewables?
  • Power players in the province need to know about construction progress
    and continuing legal challenges to BC Hydro’s Site C
    initiative. How is the
    project faring?
  • The re-engineering of relationships between First Nations and industry
    following the Tsilhqot’in case will play a signifi cant role in the potential success
    of the power industry in BC. What do companies need to know as they make
    plans for future projects?

Join us on January 25–26, 2016 in Vancouver by calling 1-877-927-7936
or booking online


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