Calgary SEPTEMBER 22, 2006 (CALGARY) – LAWFUEL – Canada Law News – The third annual Energy Roundtable will take place in Calgary on September 26, 2006 and will focus on Canada’s role as an emerging energy superpower. The 2006 event convenes senior political officials with Presidents and Chief Executives from more than 40 major energy companies.
They will discuss the infrastructure investments required to sustainably capitalize on Western Canada’s massive energy reserves – investments that are central in Canada’s quest to become an energy superpower. Key speakers include: • Dale McMaster, President & CEO, Alberta Electric Systems Operator • Deryk King, President & CEO, Direct Energy / Centrica North America • Dr. William Roach, President & CEO, UTS Energy Corporation • Hon. Greg Melchin, Minister of Energy, Province of Alberta • Hon. Richard Neufeld, Minister of Energy, Province of British Columbia • Richard Nesbitt, CEO, TSX Group • Robert Reid, President, Aboriginal Pipeline Group Location: Ranchman’s Club, 710-13th Ave. South West, Calgary. Tuesday, September 26, 9:00am-5:00pm
For information on media accreditation for the conference, contact Jason Langrish, President of The Energy Roundtable at 416-727-3185 or email [email protected] Details on the program are available at www.energyroundtable.org.
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Notes: The Energy Roundtable The Energy Roundtable was created in 2004 by the Canada Europe Roundtable for Business (CERT) to facilitate foreign investment into Canadian energy markets. The key concern of the Energy Roundtable is the future role of Canadian energy resources and the geopolitical and economic implications of foreign investors shifting increasingly to the Canadian market. The Canada Europe Roundtable for Business (CERT) is a permanent forum for dialogue on major trade and investment matters among senior business leaders, Canadian and European, and among business leaders and governments. Its membership comprises companies and business associations in the European Union (EU) and Canada.