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Free Webinar - Power your Path to net zero with an ESG ecosystem

Environmental sustainability imperatives are at the top of today’s O&G business agenda. How can you drive a successful transition to net zero – one that meets country, industry and corporate objectives – while protecting profitability and business resiliency? 

Forward-thinking energy companies are partnering with Indigenous groups and other key players to form a powerful ESG ecosystem that addresses multiple challenges with creative solutions. This Ecosystem can help reduce complexity and costs while speeding up time to market as you carve a sustainable path to success. 

JWN Energy invites you to join our industry expert panel, Chief Jim Boucher, President, Saa Dene Group of Companies and Ross Manning, VP and Partner, Sustainability Leader, Canadian Energy Industry, IBM Canada for a discussion on: 

  • How to identify the right partners to create an integrated, mutually beneficial ESG ecosystem 
  • Proven pathways toward meeting your ESG objectives while addressing your business priorities 
  • Examples of an ESG ecosystem in action 

Webinar Details:

Tuesday, June 29, 2021
9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. (MT) 

Register here

Event Speakers

Chief Jim Boucher, President, Saa Dene Group of Companies

Chief Jim Boucher, President, Saa Dene Group of Companies

Jim Boucher is Cree and Dene, and is the president of the Saa Dene Group of Companies and the former long standing elected Chief of the Fort McKay First Nation, one of the most successful First Nations in Canada.

Jim is known for his visionary, consensus-based leadership and which was built upon a foundation of trust and collaboration, with the transaction serving as a model for how Indigenous groups and energy development companies and governments can work together to achieve mutual long-term benefit – hallmarks of Jim’s business style. 

Jim has received more than a dozen notable awards and accolades throughout his career.  

Ross Manning, VP and Partner, Canadian Energy Industry, IBM Canada Ltd.

Ross Manning, VP and Partner, Canadian Energy Industry, IBM Canada Ltd.

Ross Manning brings a broad range of experience in digital transformation and operational excellence to companies operating in the natural resources value chain. He has strong interpersonal and communication skills as well as an ability to build strong teams that contribute to continued success in a key sector of the Canadian economy, and has proven expertise in value chain optimization, organizational transformation, digital reinvention, operational excellence, and employee development.

Ross works closely with the oil and gas industry on their ESG initiatives and leads the sustainability practice for IBM Canada. 

Wendy Ell, Sr. Lead, Industry Relations and Partnerships, JWN Media/geoLOGIC systems

Wendy Ell, Sr. Lead, Industry Relations and Partnerships, JWN Media/geoLOGIC systems

Wendy Ell holds over 25 years experience as a business strategist. Wendy has built business plans and coordinated special alliances for more than 100 businesses; in the sectors of oil/gas, agriculture, food/beverage, consumer products, professional services and advanced technology. Wendy has the pleasure of working with the multitude of companies operating across the ever-evolving energy sector supply chain; helping them all demonstrate shared environmental stewardship and technological leadership. 

Wendy stands out in her abilities to develop functional alliances and create truly constructive and insightful energy programs. Wendy has a keen interest in helping to improve business process and accelerate the adoption of much-needed technologies. Her programs support and navigate companies through change management activities and staged movement toward such challenges as decarbonization, export enablement and supply chain excellence. 

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