Over the next two decades, energy demand is expected to be driven in large part by emerging economies that aspire to “western” consumer lifestyles. Meanwhile, fossil fuel industries will scramble to meet demand from diminishing supplies of conventional oil and gas in accessible geographies, while heavy, deep water and other technically and socially challenging resources will play a growing role in the energy mix. Adding to these demand and supply challenges will be growing public policy action in green-house gas emissions regulation in North America, Europe and other regions. The Energy Landscape 2030 is a far-sighted program that will provoke you to think strategically and proactively about what you and your organization should be doing to prepare for a world that will likely see major shifts and realignments of energy supply, demand and policies over the next decade.
Senior managers at energy and energy-related companies, including supply chain partners, senior managers at financial institutions who require deep insights into energy markets, senior managers at energy-intensive consumption industries and senior public policy officials involved in energy industry planning and management.
November 14, 2013, 8:30 am – 4:30pm
Application Deadline: November 5, 2013
Program Fee: $775 plus GST
Enroll three or more individuals from your organization in this program to receive a preferred rate. Call 403.220.6600 for group registrations.
Haskayne School of Business
University of Calgary
Downtown Campus (906 8 Avenue SW)
Dr. Harrie Vredenburg
Professor of Strategy and holds the Suncor Energy Chair in Competitive Strategy and Sustainable Development, a Haskayne research chair affiliated with the University’s Institute for Sustainable Energy, Environment and Economy
Dr. Tim Marchant
Adjunct Professor of Strategy and Energy Geopolitics at the Haskayne School of Business.
Each participant who completes the program will receive a Certificate of Completion from
the Haskayne School of Business.