The Canada Gas & LNG Conference successfully brings together the leading international industry stakeholders, offering a platform for discussion, networking and business. The 2019 edition has been enhanced and expanded.

The 2019 event has been developed as a map of the industry; each day carries a clear vision to provide the correct balance of themes and narrative.

THIS YEAR’S CONFERENCE WILL ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
What are the post FID milestones for LNG Canada?
How competitive will Canada remain compared to alternative exporters? How are Canadian gas prices forecast to change?
What role will Canadian gas play in emerging market decarbonization?
How has the offtake landscape for gas evolved since Canadian LNG was first muted?
What are the financial solutions on offer to LNG projects looking to reach FID?
Can a sufficient Canadian workforce be developed as more LNG facilities come online?
How will EPC contractors ensure on-budget and on-time facility delivery?
Where is the gas value chain becoming more efficient? And where is there room for improvement?
How will the next wave of projects to reach FID overcome Canadian regulatory change?
Gas for transport, NGLs: What is the scope of alternative avenues of gas monetization?

The unique format of the event brings together Canada’s LNG industry for in-depth, meaningful dialogue and networking opportunities; making this event well worth attending

First Nations Limited Partnership
Alexandra Ballard General Manager

This year’s Canada Gas & LNG was outstanding. It highlighted the very positive steps British Columbia and Canada are taking to remove competitive barriers that will help ensure that an LNG industry is successfully developed on Canada’s west coast. It also emphasized the very positive relationships that have been developed with British Columbia’s First Nations and Indigenous communities, communities that want to see LNG develop in British Columbia.

BC LNG ALLIANCE
DAVID KEANE, PRESIDENT & CEO

Perhaps the most important component to the event is the opportunity to network. Being in the room and in the exhibition hall with others from the industry afforded everyone the opportunity to catch up with new development and old friends.

BC BUILDING TRADES
TOM SIGURDSON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR