The Young Women in Energy group has found a niche in the market and continues to experience strong growth in its membership.
The NextShale Conference during the Global Petroleum Show attracted plenty of interest particulary from people wanting to know what the future of shale gas looks like in Alberta.
The relationship between Canada’s indigenous population and the energy industry is likely one of the most important dialogues at the Global Petroleum Show, says an Alberta government official.
"Alberta has a key opportunity to take the old energy industries and revitalize them into new areas to diversify the economy through the clean tech movement and through other innovations they can take to market," says Laura Kilcrease, CEO of Alberta Innovates.
“If we can do that together, we can have a better economic environment for all of us here,” said Kilcrease, who was speaking Tuesday during the Low Carbon Innovation Forum at the Global Petroleum Show at Stampede Park in Calgary.
"There is no doubt the question of how to sustainably and develop Alberta’s resources both now and for future generations will drive public policy for many generations", says Brian Jean, leader of the Wild Rose Party.
“It’s critical that we get this right. Alberta has played a leadership role on this front for many decades. A leadership role in the world I might add and and it’s critical that we remain at the front for years to come,” said Jean, who was
one of the speakers Tuesday during the new Energy Dialogues daily feature at the Global Petroleum Show at Stampede Park in Calgary.
Seven companies were recognized Tuesday morning, June 13th at the Global Petroleum Show (GPS) Awards for their leadership in driving change and evolution in the energy industry through technology, corporate social responsibility and excellence.
Listening to the Indigenous voice by the global resource community has become an increasingly more important trend throughout the world. And again, this important topic will be centre stage at the 2017 Global Petroleum Show (GPS) being held in Calgary, Canada this coming June.
Global Petroleum Show Awards celebrate and recognize the leaders who drive change and evolution in the industry through technology, corporate responsibility and excellence. In 2017, the awards program received submissions from companies operating in Brazil, Canada, China, Malaysia, Nigeria, Russia, United Kingdom, USA, and Venezuela. Please join us in applauding those who submitted for the 2017 Global Petroleum Show Awards!