The 4th annual Argus Canadian Crude Summit returns to Calgary and is part of Argus Canada Week. Gather with the Canadian energy industry for a week of market insight and networking.
Keynote Speaker announced:
The Honourable Margaret McCuaig-Boyd,
Alberta Minister of Energy
As Minister of Energy, McCuaig-Boyd has helped spearhead key initiatives such as the successful launch of Alberta’s Modernized Royalty Framework, increasing market access for oil and natural gas, and growing private investment in the value-added sector to help secure Alberta’s future through a more diversified energy economy. Read full bio
Join organizations from the oil sands, refining, government and transportation sectors to hear the latest developments on crude markets. Network and do business at the premier event designed for Canadian oil.
Book by March 23 and save $300!
2018 speakers include:
- Naomi Esfahani, Market Analysis and Research, Suncor Energy Marketing Inc.
- Dominic Lajoie, Sr. Manager Market Development, Pembina Pipeline Corporation
- Sophia Munoz-Guzman, IT Sr. Supervisor, CDN Production, Devon Energy
- Eric Peterson, Director of Analytics, ARB Midstream
- Dinara Millington, Vice President Research, CERI
- Pat Melia, Derivatives Trader, Koch Supply & Trading
- Neil Earnest, President, Muse Stancil
- Sandy Fielden, Director, Oil and Products Research, Morningstar
- Dominic Haywood, Head of North American Crude Analysis, Energy Aspects
- Joe Leto, President, EAI
- Jeff Kralowetz, Vice President Business Development, Argus
Preview of topics include:
- Understand the position of Canada and the US in the global crude market as the new marginal export barrel given OPEC production cuts, non-OPEC declines and a rising shortfall in the Far East
- Get insight into Canadian diluent demand and the cost of production, well completion and connectivity
- Understand the opportunities at the US Gulf coast from pricing and infrastructural dynamics and what that means for Canadian crude in the year ahead
- Learn what heavy crude competition from Latin America will mean for Canadian barrels including logistical constraints, political instability and quality of the different grades and how Canada can fill the gap