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Conference Program

8:30 a.m. Session 1- Our Energy Potential: Unrivalled Opportunity

Session One will explore the unrivalled opportunities of the Newfoundland and Labrador energy industry, including the role of oil and gas, wind, hydrogen, and how those interactions will supply the global need for energy in a safe and environmentally conscious manner as part of the global energy evolution.








10:50  a.m. Session 2- Wind & Hydrogen Energy: The Next Frontier

A deep dive into the potential of the Newfoundland and Labrador wind sector and the linkage to a world-leading wind and hydrogen sector will take place. The session will consider the high value of Newfoundland and Labrador’s wind resource, the linkage between the development of that resource to hydrogen production and export, and how the supply chain can actively participate in a successful wind and hydrogen sector if supported by local content policies.





1:05 p.m. Luncheon Keynote Guest Speaker

Sponsored by Schlumberger

2:45 p.m.     K&D Pratt

3:00 p.m.    NetBenefit Software

3:15 p.m.     MFE Inspection Solutions

3:30 p.m.     Energy Safety Canada

3:45 p.m.     Altomaxx


Day 2, Wednesday, May 31

8:30  a.m. Session 3- International Markets: Opportunity for Our Energy Sector

Session Three will explore the burgeoning markets for the Newfoundland and Labrador energy sector. Opportunities for the supply and service sector to benefit from the growing European demand for hydrogen will be discussed, along with possible collaboration within the offshore wind sector of the Northeastern United States. The session will also discuss exploration offshore Newfoundland and Labrador and the global outlook for the energy sector.







10:50  a.m. Session 4- Achieving Net Zero: Pathway Progress

A panel of industry experts will answer the question of what progress has been made to establish a pathway to net zero in the Newfoundland and Labrador offshore. Conversation will focus on work occurring to use our energy attributes to meet national and provincial net zero objectives, research undertaken to devise the net zero pathway, and what will be needed to ensure we achieve net zero in a timely manner, with a specific look at CCUS technology and electrification of offshore facilities.

1:05 p.m. Luncheon Keynote Guest Speaker

Sponsored by Markland Engineering

2:45 p.m.     Metchem Corrosion

3:00 p.m.     Swagelok

3:15 p.m.      Air Liquide

3:30 p.m.     3 D Datacomm

3:45 p.m.     SubC Imaging

8:30  a.m. Session 5- The Offshore of the Future: Leading Edge Technology

The offshore of the future will be heavily influenced by technology and the role it is playing in the energy evolution. Technological advancements in autonomous systems, remote operations, subsea infrastructure for deepwater projects, and digitalization will be key for industry growth and making the offshore a leader in the global energy evolution. Speakers will explore the dynamic and influential role of technology in the offshore, as well as the connections and skills transfers offshore technology shares with other energy sectors.








10:50  a.m. Session 6- Readying for the Future: The Education & Skills Required for Success

As the energy sector changes, so do the skills and people required to ensure the Newfoundland and Labrador energy sector maximizes its potential. Identifying, acknowledging, and addressing skills gaps, while also attracting young people to the sector is critical for success. The concluding session of conference will explore these topics and the collaborations and actions necessary to ensure a critical mass is available to drive the industry forward, which includes educating young people on the skills and opportunities available and the impact they can have on the global energy mix of the future.

1:05 p.m. Luncheon Keynote Guest Speaker

Sponsored by The Growlers

AltoMaxx - Steve Priestly & Jordan Bannister




Hackathon Winner Viridis - Jake Head & Kyle Shai

Enaimco - Ron Parrott

Radient360 - Rebecca Kennedy & Ryan Granvelle