Secure licensing approvals for wells, pipelines and facilities in Alberta

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This exclusive regulatory course will review the recent changes to Alberta’s Directive 56 governing technical requirements when applying to build or operate facilities, pipelines or wells. Taught by regulatory experts, this course is essential for oil and gas operators navigating regulatory hurdles and seeking to streamline the application process.

The instructor-led course is live on Wednesday, October 19, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. MT. All course materials will be available to those who register before and after the date of the live event. Sign up today to receive one hour of free consulting with one of the three instructors before or after the live course. Register before August 1 to save with early bird pricing

Beat the tight labour market with IIoT and low code

Operators and service companies across the energy industry have ambitious IT development plans. There are tremendous opportunities to leverage IT development projects to reduce costs, improve production and delivery sustainability outcomes. 

At the same time, companies face significant challenges recruiting and retaining technology talent. This creates bottlenecks in application development and asset optimization critical to driving business innovation and energy transition.

Industry leaders like Shell, EBN, and Enexis are leveraging new technologies such as low-code platforms and Industrial IoT (IIoT) to accelerate digitalization. Low-code platforms allow companies to shift application development tasks to non-developers such as analysts, engineers, or operators.

Companies can quickly connect complex industrial IT, OT, and IoT data sources by leveraging low code data integration, data management, and app development technologies.

This will result in substantial operations and maintenance savings, lowering the cost of operating IT infrastructure, and increased organizational agility.

Join us on Thursday, October 20 at 9 a.m. MT for a one-hour discussion exploring the energy future and how low code development can help your organization adapt and thrive. 

If you can't make it, register anyway and we will send you a recording of the event. Register here

Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) essentials for energy leaders

Project managers, commercial development teams and executives need a full understanding of Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS). This one-of-a-kind course outlines the economics, key technical workflows, risk management and more. Participants will learn the key fundamentals required to support CCUS initiatives in their organizations.

The course runs from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 2. Course materials will be available before and after the course. 


Key course benefits

  • Comprehension of the key economic and technical drivers of CCUS projects
  • High-level engineering and geoscience technical workflows understanding
  • Knowledge of the major risks of CCUS and mitigation strategies

Course takeaways

  • Skills to develop a business case for a CCUS initiative based on both technical and economic criteria
  • High level understanding of the key CCUS engineering and geoscience technical workflows
  • Ability to manage the risks for CCUS project including CO2 containment

Unpack vital rules governing liability, closure and reclamation in Alberta

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This unique regulatory course will review new regulations under Directive 88 that impact liability, closure and reclamation of all oil and gas wells, pipelines and facilities in Alberta. Participants will learn how to avoid common mistakes and misconceptions related to the regulatory process, and gain a clear understanding of new regulatory requirements.

The instructor-led course is live on Tuesday, November 8, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. MT. All course materials will be available to those who register before and after the date of the live event. Sign up today to receive one hour of free consulting with one of the three instructors before or after the live event. Register before August 15 to save with early bird pricing!

Making Sense Of Methane Measurement Technologies

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One Hundred Options: Making Sense of Methane Measurement Technologies will overview the current state of methane measurement, giving participants the ability to clearly understand the value of different approaches for detecting and quantifying methane emissions. Participants will leave this course knowing whether to use methane measurement technologies and how to choose them. 


“Methane measurement is becoming increasingly important for oil and gas companies – and increasingly complex. Taking this course brought clarity to the ever-evolving methane technology landscape. Thomas distilled the noise into clear categories and principles that I continue to use on a daily basis. I would recommend this course to industry, government, or anyone working in emissions management. The tides are turning towards measurement – and this course will help prepare you.”

Erin Blanton, GTI Energy


“The Methane Technology course is not only for those who are starting their journey in the methane space but also for seasoned veterans who are deep in the business. The knowledgeable Thomas Fox flavors the course with knowledge, experience and wholistic view to the world of methane measurement, detection and the regulatory and financial instruments to empower emission reductions and better yet elimination. Spending time with Thomas and this course served me well.”

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