2019 April 25 Canadian LNG - Competing on the World Stage

2019 April 25 Canadian LNG - Competing on the World Stage

Business Breakfast Series
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Business Breakfast Series SIG:
 Canadian LNG - Competing on the World Stage

Date: Thursday, 25th of April 2019
Speaker: Jeff D. Bowron, P. Eng, Director, Engineering, Global Investment Banking - Energy @ Scotia Capital Inc.
Location: Calgary Petroleum Club
Time: 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM 
Cost:ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED WALK IN AVAILABLE $55
Members: $45, Non-Members: $55, Student: $15


Abstract:

Canada possesses huge amounts of economical gas resources and has the expertise to bring this gas to market. Our largest trading partner for natural gas is also flush with gas production and no longer needs our imports. For our gas industry to survive, we need to find new markets.

Global LNG demand is forecast to grow annually at 4% and large global LNG players are competing to build new supply. Once absent from this market, North America now has the opportunity to compete with other countries supplying LNG. This talk will explore how Canada is about to enter this market and how we can compete globally.

Speaker Bio:

Jeff Bowron joined Scotiabank Global Investment Banking in September 2005 as a Director in the Calgary office. He holds 14 years of investment banking experience and over 30 years of industry engineering experience. He is responsible for corporate and asset acquisitions and divestitures.

Mr. Bowron’s industry experience includes project engineering, project management and 10 years of business development in the Midstream industry. Prior to joining Scotiabank Global Investment Banking, he held the role of Director of Business Development with Duke Energy He has also worked as a Director of Business Development at TransCanada Midstream and as a Manager of Business Development at Alberta Natural Gas.

Mr. Bowron has extensive transaction experience, including Devon’s sale of its Canadian conventional assets to CNRL; Apache’s sale of its Deep Basin assets; LINN’s divestiture of its Granite Wash assets; the sale of Talisman’s Montney assets to PETRONAS; and Cenovus’ sale of its Palliser assets.

Additionally, Mr. Bowron is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers, Geoscientists of Alberta, the Petroleum Joint Venture Association and the Canadian Gas Processing Association.


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April 25, 2019
From 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM
Calgary Petroleum Club
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