CALGARY, CA (PRWEB) March 09, 2015
Professionals that have already registered to participate include senior decision makers and engineers from DuPont, Fluor, Jacobs, NAIT, Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association, Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership, GPMI, PLG Consulting, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, Linde, Calgary Economic Development, Steeper Energy, IEC Partnership, and many more.
This high-level meeting will address the key business challenges impacting market growth in the Canadian Petrochemical industry and provide a forum to foster strategic partnerships in order to fuel growth. It will offer hands-on expert solutions for workforce development, securing feedstock and long-term export markets, ensuring project cost reduction to help you become the next market leader.
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Top presenters include:
- Eric Ye, Technical Development Manager, DuPont
- Neil Shelly, Executive Director, Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association
- George Mallay, General Manager, Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership
- Tom Quinn, Group Vice-President, Jacobs
- Fred Haney, Executive Director, Design Engineering, Energy&Chemicals, Fluor Corporation
- Glenn Feltham, President, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT)
- Jean-Paul Gladu, President and CEO, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB)
Canada’s petrochemical industry is on the brink of huge growth as it finally steps out of the US’ shadow, becoming a North American petrochemical powerhouse in its own right.
“Capital expenditures in the sector will jump by 30% this year, to $3.4 billion, after a decade of very limited expansion.” – CIAC
The CIAC estimates that the industry could attract up to $10 billion in new investments over the next 10 years, thanks to the availability of North American shale gas and the continent’s other natural resources.
“We had an extremely successful North American Petrochemicals conference in Houston in 2014,” said Conference Director Lise Thibult. “Given the changing landscape in Canada, it made absolute sense to offer a dedicated market place for petrochemical companies to meet up and address their challenges. We’re excited to see that now is the time for prosperous investments in North America, and it’s great to see such expert decision-makers registered to attend the meeting this year.”
“We’re seeing incredible opportunities arising for growth in the petrochemical industry across Canada – and that’s great news for Canadian companies and foreign investors,” said Lise.
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The Canadian Petrochemicals Conference and Exhibition is produced by Petrochemical Update, a leading provider of events and analysis for the North American Petrochemical industry as well as a number of other key energy industries.
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