The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers is stopping in the Border City.
CAPP says they will be providing update on the state of the Canadian oil and natural gas industry as well some of the challenges and opportunities in the sector. Another area they will be discussing is the Federal and Provincial Government’s proposed methane reduction regulations.
CAPP has proposed a made-in-Alberta solution that would cost the oil and natural gas industry $700-million over 8 years. They say it be the most competitive approach and “will prevent the cumulative loss of nearly 7,000 jobs from a prescriptive approach, see $710 million in capital reinvested in Alberta’s economy and boost our gross domestic product by $2.5 billion.”
The event will be taking place on Monday at 11:45, at the Lloyd Exhibition grounds. You are asked to register online or by calling Jason Whiting at 306-830-2316.