REGISTER NOW    |    MARCH 26-28, 2014
GLOBE 2014
Energy is an issue that touches every person on the planet. Yet the global energy sector is undergoing a profound transformation. New technologies and new sources of energy are coming online; new players are reshaping the global energy market; millions of dollars are being invested in new transportation and processing facilities; and the search for more efficient and less carbon-intensive energy solutions are reverberating throughout many sectors. These sessions look at the various dimensions of the changing energy landscape and their potential impacts on the larger global economy.
  • Special Session: Canada’s Energy Strategy

    Thursday, March 27 / 2:45pm - 3:45pm
    Ballroom

    There have been calls from many quarters for a strategy to guide public policy and private investment in Canada’s energy sector. As the ‘owners’ of Canada’s natural resources, provinces and territories have a key role to play in shaping the development, processing, distribution, use and trade in our abundant energy resources, both renewable and non-renewable. This session will bring together a select group of provincial energy ministers and representatives from the business community to explore regional priorities for a Canadian energy strategy delivering economic prosperity, improvements in environmental performance and a secure, reliable and affordable energy supply.

    Sponsored by:
    CAPP

    Speakers Include:

    Velma McCollVelma McColl, Principal, Earnscliffe Strategy Group

    John-ManleyHon. John Manley, President & CEO, Canadian Council of Chief Executives

    Rich ColemanHon. Rich Coleman, Deputy Premier, Minister of Natural Gas Development, Government of British Columbia

    Diana McQueenHon. Diana McQueen, Minister of Energy, Government of Alberta

    Stan StruthersHon. Stan Struthers, Minister responsible for Manitoba Hydro, Government of Manitoba

    Tags: Oil and Gas, Public Policy, Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Natural Resources, Extractive Industries

  • The Global Energy Mix: Opportunities and Realities

    Friday, March 28 / 8:30am - 9:45am
    Ballroom

    The energy sector worldwide is undergoing a profound transformation. New technologies have opened up vast reserves of untapped resources that in turn have upset long-established relationships in the energy marketplace. How can policy makers and investors make the right decisions with so much uncertainty about the future of energy? Learn from those who are leading the way across the changing energy landscape.

    Speakers Include:

    Merran SmithMerran Smith, Executive Director,
    Clean Energy Canada (M)

    Jules KortenhorstJules Kortenhorst, CEO,
    Rocky Mountain Institute, USA

    Ken LueersKen Lueers, President,
    ConocoPhillips Canada

    Marie-José NadeauMarie-José Nadeau, Chair, World Energy Council & Executive Vice President,
    Corporate Affairs & Secretary General, Hydro-Québec, Canada

    Jacques BesnainouJacques Besnainou, Director, General Fusion Inc. & Former President & CEO,
    AREVA Inc., USA

    Al MonacoAl Monaco, President & CEO,
    Enbridge Inc., Canada

    Tags: Oil and Gas, Public Policy, Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Clean Technology

  • Natural Gas: The Transition Fuel

    Thursday, March 27 / 4:00pm - 5:00pm
    Room 1

    Natural gas is seen as a viable option as we transition to a lower carbon economy. The economic impacts of this transition are enormous. Investments in associated storage, transportation, and distribution systems will cost trillions of dollars. Hear the views of progressive leaders on why natural gas must power the low carbon future.

    Speakers Include:

    Nicholas SonntagNicholas Sonntag, President,
    Clean Technology Systems, Canada (M)

    John WalkerJohn Walker, President & CEO,
    FortisBC Inc., Canada

    Aliff, GregoryGregory Aliff, Vice Chairman & Senior Partner,
    Energy & Resources, Deloitte LLP, USA

    Egan, Timothy M.Timothy Egan, President & CEO,
    Canadian Gas Association

    Karen HambergKaren Hamberg, Vice President of Strategy,
    Westport Innovations, Canada

    Tags: Oil and Gas, Public Policy, Extractive Industries, Infrastructure

  • Energy on the Move

    Thursday, March 27 / 8:30am - 10:00am
    Room 8

    Energy transportation, whether by pipeline, rail, or ship has become a major source of public concern. Safety, environmental, and health-related issues are being addressed, but more must be done to build public confidence. The volume of energy related products on the move is expected to grow substantially. Hear from the world’s largest energy suppliers and transporters about the future of energy on the move.

    Velma McCollVelma McColl, Principal, Earnscliffe Strategy Group, Canada

    Janet HolderJanet Holder, Executive Vice President Western Access,
    Enbridge Inc., Canada

    Preston ManningPreston Manning, President & CEO,
    Manning Centre for Building Democracy, Canada

    Parker, DavidDavid Parker, Vice President, Pipelines,
    SNC-Lavalin Inc., Canada

    Normand PellerinNormand Pellerin, Assistant Vice President,
    Environment & Sustainability, CN, Canada

    Tags: Oil and Gas, Public Policy, Infrastructure, Transportation

  • Clean Energy Trends: What’s driving the Industry Forward?

    Wednesday, March 26 / 10:30am - 11:45am
    Ballroom

    In Co-operation with Clean Edge Inc.

    Now in its 13th edition, Clean Edge’s Clean Energy Trends report is one of the most respected cleanenergy publications. Based on this year’s expanded research, a stellar panel of business and investment innovators will share insights on the current status, trends, and future directions of renewable energy supply and storage, green buildings, energy efficiency, and clean transportation.

    Pernick, RobRon Pernick, Managing Director & Co-Founder,
    Clean Edge, USA

    Amory Lovins to Speak at GLOBE 2014Amory Lovins, Co-Founder & Chief Scientist,
    Rocky Mountain Institute, USA

    Lyndon RiveLyndon Rive, Co-Founder & CEO,
    SolarCity, USA

    Marcene BroadwaterMarcene Broadwater, Global Head of Climate Strategy & Business Development,
    International Finance Corporation (IFC), USA

    Tags: Clean Technology, Energy Efficiency, Infrastructure, Innovation, Renewable Energy, Green Buildings, Transportation, Public Policy

  • Canada’s Oil Sands: Technology & Collaboration

    Thursday, March 27 / 1:30pm - 2:30pm
    Room 8

    Energy production from Canada’s oil sands has been the focal point of much controversy. Often overlooked is the stimulus the oil sands have generated for innovative technologies that lower the carbon intensity of oil production. This session will explore the challenges and opportunities of technologies that could lower the carbon footprint of oil and gas exploration everywhere.

    Speakers Include:

    John WiebeJohn Wiebe, President & CEO,
    GLOBE Group, Canada (M)

    Lambert, GordGordon Lambert, Chair, Carbon Management
    Canada & Executive Advisor, Sustainability &
    Innovation, Suncor Energy Inc., Canada

    Harbir ChhinaHarbir Chhina, Executive Vice President
    Cenovus Energy, Canada

    James ClelandJames Cleland, Global General Manager, Heavy Oil,
    GE, Canada

    Dan WicklumDan Wicklum, Chief Executive,
    Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA)

    Tags: Oil and Gas, Extractive Industries, Innovation, Clean Technology, Corporate Sustainability / CSR

  • Reinventing Fire Keynote

    Wednesday, March 26 / 4:30pm - 5:30pm
    Ballroom

    Digging up and burning fossil fuels has transformed human existence and made industrial and urban civilization possible. However, fossil fuels are not necessarily the only, best, or even the cheapest way to sustain and expand the global economy. In this special keynote, Amory Lovins, Co-founder and Chief Scientist at Rocky Mountain Institute, will share insights from his Reinventing Fire research that maps out pathways for a strong global economy without the need for oil, coal, or nuclear energy.

    Speaker:

    Amory Lovins to Speak at GLOBE 2014Amory Lovins, Co-Founder & Chief Scientist,
    Rocky Mountain Institute, USA

    Tags: Clean Technology, Energy Efficiency, Innovation, Renewable Energy, Green Buildings,

  • Utilities of the Future: New Hope, New Business Models

    Thursday, March 27 / 10:45am - 12:00pm
    Room 2

    The utility sector is facing many challenges that could radically change how the industry develops. Escalating operating expenses, falling or flat energy demand, and growing consumer interest in clean and efficient solutions are forcing utility companies to reassess their strategies and explore new business models. This session provides insights from those who are at the forefront of these changes and will highlight technology trends impacting the market (such as distributed solar, smart grid applications, and energy storage), samples of utilities with leading programs, and how energy users are starting to engage more collaboratively with their energy providers.

    Speakers Include:

    Yonker, BryceBryce Yonker, Director of Business Development,
    Clean Edge, USA

    Bakal, DanDan Bakal, Director, Electric Power Programs,
    Ceres, USA

    Burpee, JimJim Burpee, President & CEO,
    Canadian Electricity Association

    David HelliwellDavid Helliwell, CEO,
    Pulse Energy, Canada

    Tags: Renewable Energy, Infrastructure, Energy Efficiency, Innovation, Clean Technology