Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities Now Available For 2020

Exhibition Floor Now Open For Bookings!


Bringing together the highest quality technical and executive level group, this conference gives you the chance to come face-to-face with active operators and senior decision makers from the Canada's unconventional shale plays.

Facility Engineering Groups, EHS Managers, Regulatory Compliance Leads and Process Engineers have attended in the past from..

  • Arc Resources
  • Black Swan Energy
  • CALTEX Resources
  • Chevron Canada
  • Crescent Point Energy
  • Hammerhead Resources
  • Husky Energy
  • Jupiter Resources
  • Modern Resources
  • NuVista Energy
  • Painted Pony Energy
  • Paramount Resources
  • Perpetual Energy
  • Petronas Canada
  • Razor Energy
  • Repsol Energy
  • Seven Generations Energy
  • Shell Canada
  • Sitka Exploration
  • Tangle Creek Energy
  • TAQA North
  • Tourmaline Oil
  • Venturion Oil
  • And more

Contact our team at sponsorship@lbcg.com or on (1) 800 721 3915 to discuss sponsorship and/or exhibition options.

Unmatched Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities for Manufacturers, Suppliers and Service Providers of:

  • Emissions Reduction Technologies & Solutions
  • Carbon Emission Control Technologies
  • Methane Emission Control/ Detection Technologies
  • Vapor Recovery Units (VRU)
  • Vapor Recovery Towers (VRT)
  • Emission Data Collection And Reporting Technologies
  • Fugitive Leak Detection Technologies
  • Modular Equipment Packages
  • Stick-Built Facilities Design
  • Multi Phase Flow Meters & Measurement Technologies
  • Automation Technologies
  • Three Phase Flow Meters
  • Separators/Separation Technology
  • Pipeline Materials
  • Pipeline Leak Detection Technologies
  • Pipeline Prevention Detection Technologies
  • Mechanical Integrity Technologies & Solutions
  • Pipeline Integrity Technologies & Solutions
  • Power Generation Solutions
  • Electric Actuator Technologies

Pre & Post Event Workshops

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: TUESDAY, 28 APRIL, 2020 MORNING WORKSHOP

Extracting Real Value & Utilizing SCADA Technology To....Minimize Cost, Improve On Site Communication & Optimize Production

This morning pre conference workshop is designed for Senior Facilities Engineers, Automation Engineering Advisors, SCADA Engineers and Automation Engineering Advisors. The workshop will focus on utilizing the possibilities of SCADA systems to the full extend on well sites and truly achieve production optimization through these systems. This session will look at ways to extract real value and return out of the investment, which can often be a high initial Capex cost.

SCADA SYSTEMS

9:00 Identifying The True Value Of Legacy SCADA Systems On Well Sites And

Optimizing It With Minimal Cost And Equipment

  • Understand how operators can achieve the same level of automation if not more while scaling back on the amount of hardware equipment required
  • Discuss the true value SCADA systems deliver, given their high initial Capex and routine Opex costs to maintain operations
  • Learn more about the future of traditional SCADA systems and how operators are transitioning towards cloud based software technologies

12:00 Networking Lunch In The Exhibition Area

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: TUESDAY, 28 APRIL, 2020 AFTERNOON WORKSHOP

Finding The Right Balance When Automating Well Sites, While Avoiding Over Automation

This afternoon pre conference workshop is designed for Senior Facilities Engineers,
Automation Engineering Advisors, Senior Staff Well Analysts, and Automation
Engineering Advisors. The workshop will focus on finding the right balance when
automating well sites to ensure simple communication between facilities is achieved and to ensure that operators are not over spending on automating basic systems. The session will also look at the role of artificial intelligence in predicting failures and optimizing costs.

AUTOMATING FACILITIES

1:00 Examine The Role Of Automation, AI In Facilities Construction, Design,
Cost Optimization & Monitoring

  • Discuss and assess key drivers for operators to consider when trying to strike a balance between identifying the right amount of automation
  • Learn more about the level of automation operators are implementing and how new age automation technologies were integrated and mergers with existing systems while experiences minimum downtime
  • Find out how operators are utilizing the latest Artificial Intelligence and Machine
  • Learning capabilities to predict and detect lift failures and system overloads before they can happen, to minimize downtime impacting production operations

4:00 Pre Conference Workshop Ends

POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: FRIDAY, 1 MAY, 2020 MORNING WORKSHOP

Best Practices On Implementing New Technologies For Modular Construction Comparing Benefits Of 3D Scanning

This morning post conference workshop is designed for Senior Facilities Engineers, Lead Design Engineers and Facilities Engineering Advisors. The workshop will focus on assessing the added benefits of utilizing modular construction methods such as 3D
scanning to identify cost cutting opportunities when redesigning facilities moving forward. With the introduction of virtual reality headset to view 3D scanned facilities, operators can truly experience a facility design first hand. This session will look at the initial Capex considerations, including additional routine Opex to keep in mind

MODULAR CONSTRUCTION

9:00 Assessing The Advantages Of Using New Age Modular Construction
Technologies To Build Simpler Scalable Facilities

  • Understand how 3D scans from well sites can be integrated into re-designing simpler, scalable facilities moving forward
  • Compare the economics of stick build construction vs. modular scanning technology from a initial Capex and routine operational cash flow perspective
  • Learn how 3D scanning can be used to build a millimetre accurate model of facility using several reading points off a well site

12:00 Networking Lunch In The Exhibition Area

POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: FRIDAY, 1 MAY, 2020 AFTERNOON WORKSHOP

Reducing Construction Time & Cost Using Facilities Design To Improve Operational Efficiencies On Site

This afternoon post conference workshop is designed for Senior Facilities Engineers,
Facility Design Leads, Engineering Supervisors, and Design & Construction
Engineers. The workshop will focus on improving construction time and ease across
operator facilities, keeping scalability in mind. The session will also assess the pros and cons of developing isometrics in-house vs. using third party vendors

FACILITIES DESIGN

1:00 Understand Project Management & Execution Strategies From An
Operator Perspective To Achieve Operational Excellence

  • Understand how operators can reduce costs on site while achieving operational performance and regulatory requirements from a facility standpoint
  • Find out factors operators consider when choosing in between fabrication and isometrics in house vs. third party
  • Learn how to save time on fabrication time and reduce rework rates by developing unique isometrics in-house to develop models accurately

4:00 Post Conference Workshop Ends

Agenda At A Glance

Solution Oriented Focus Areas For 2020

HIGHLIGHTS OF DAY 1: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 2020

> BEST PRACTICES TO REMAIN COMPLIANT- REGULATORY PANEL: Understand The Timeline, Impact And Scope Of Phase 1 & 2 Methane Emissions Reduction Regulations

> MAINTAINING PROFITABILITY - OPERATOR-LED PANEL: Strategies On Reducing Emission Levels & Maintaining Profitability Including Retrofitting Facilities With New Technology

> ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS DESIGN TO REPLACE FUEL GAS: New Approaches To Electrical Design To Replace FuelGas Instrumentation

> CASE STUDY SWITCHING TO ELECTRIC PNEUMATICS: Moving Away From Instrument Gas To Electrification And Use Of Compressed Gas To Run Pneumatics - Power Generation Off Grid

> SWITCHING COST - OPERATOR CASE STUDY: Examine Cost Implications To Consider When Retrofitting Facilities With New Age Electric Pneumatics To Limit Fugitive Emissions

> BLENDING OUT EMISSIONS: Using Hydrocarbon Blending Technology To Mix Methane Emissions Off Well Sites

> RETROFITTING FLARE STACKS: Refitting Flare Stacks And Combustors To Mitigate Emissions

> MEETING ON SITE POWER DEMANDS: How Operators Are Meeting On Site Power Demands Using Fuel Cells In Remote Off Grid Remote Locations

> POWERING REMOTE WELL SITES: Powering Electric Pneumatics On Remote Well Sites Using Produced Gas Heat From Sterling Engines

HIGHLIGHTS OF DAY 2: THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2020

> TIER REGULATION & CARBON OFFSET CREDITS: Gain Clarity On The Government's Brand New TIER Program And Carbon Offset Credit Initiative To Balance Out The Cost Of Retrofitting

 > EMISSIONS DATA REPORTING: Gain Clarity On The AERs New 'One Stop' Platform - Developed Specifically For Operators And Their Emission & Leak Survey Reporting

> NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR FIGURATIVE EMISSION CONTROL: Leak Detection Technologies Panel Session 

> EMISSION TRACKING: Assess How The Latest Methane Tracking Tools From The International Energy Agency Can Help Operators Monitor Their Emissions

> VAPOR RECOVERY UNITS: Learn About New Developments In VRU, VRT & VCU Technology To Achieve Almost Zero Emission While Minimizing Environmental Liabilities

> THREE PHASE METERING RISK ANALYSIS: Evaluate The Need For Multi-Phase Metering And The Risks, Costs Associated With It

> METERING ALLOCATION: Learn About The Need For Metering To Measure Emissions And The Benefits Of Allocation

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