Canada Session: Lessons and Thoughts on Alberta's Energy Transitions, Past, Present and Future
In Canada, the province of Alberta is privileged to be rich with almost every kind of primary energy source. The vast lands offer abundant natural resources, from agriculture and forestry (biofuels), to coal, oil, natural gas, wind, and sun. Critical minerals and other raw materials for clean energy systems enhance the smorgasbord of offerings. Over the past 150 years the province has grown its economy by building infrastructure opportunistically around different energy sources. Evolving market demand--domestic and export--has led to energy transition, transformation, and diversification to provide customers the type of energy they want. The knowledge gained from Peter's analysis holds relevance not only for investors but also for energy producers and policymakers operating in energy-producing jurisdictions worldwide.
13:30 - 14:30 : Lessons and Thoughts on Alberta's Energy Transitions, Past, Present and Future by Peter Tertzakian