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Edmonton Metropolitan Region Energy Corridors Forum

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Dow Centennial Centre

Fort Saskatchewan, AB T8L 4R5

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Energy corridors are the essential networks that maintain the economic viability of the Edmonton Metropolitan Region. The planning and integration of energy corridors into the land use fabric of the region is critical to ensuring our quality of life, future economic growth, and minimization of risk.

The forum will bring together representatives from government and industry to discuss the development of a regional corridor strategy that benefits all and ensures the prosperity of the Region now and into the future.

Keynote - Historian David Finch

David is a consulting historian with more than twenty books and articles to his credit. As the author of several books about the Canadian oil industry including Hell’s Half Acre: Early Days in the Great Alberta Oil Patch and histories of the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, the Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists, and the Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen-he is always researching the history of the “patch.”

Agenda topics:

• Forecast for Pipelines
• The Cost of Failing to Plan Corridors
• The Current Regulatory Environment
• Models of Corridor Planning/Management
• Enabling a Provincially Led Corridor Creation Process

This Forum will be of interest to anyone involved in the planning, acquisition and management of energy corridors in the Edmonton Metropolitan Region, including:

• Alberta Government Administrators from Energy, Infrastructure, Municipal Affairs, etc.
• Pipeline and Power Transmission Industries
• Municipal Planners
• Energy Regulators

We look forward to the discussion.

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