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Exploring Canada's and BC’s Place in the Evolving Global Energy Market

The Business Council of British Columbia and the Energy Council of Canada are pleased to co-host a member forum on Friday, March 10th in Vancouver. This invitation only luncheon will take place at the Terminal City Club.

The 2016 IEA World Energy Outlook shows continued growth in global energy demand. This means countries like Canada, with an existing robust and diverse energy sector are well positioned to supply the world with both resources and know-how. We have the oil, gas, and hydro the world needs, now and for the foreseeable future. We have the engineering expertise and the experience building large infrastructure in challenging geographies and climates. We are also at the forefront of developing new technologies in oil and gas, renewables and energy efficiency.

We invite you to join British Columbia's senior business leadership for this exclusive opportunity to learn how Canadian energy companies are addressing future challenges and capitalizing on the opportunities arising from the rapidly shifting global energy and trade landscape. We are delighted to welcome Canadian energy leaders,  Doug Suttles, President, CEO of Encana,  Ian Anderson, President of Kinder Morgan Canada, and  Jessica McDonald, President and CEO of BC Hydro, for an engaging and insightful conversation moderated by Mary Hemmingsen, Global Head of LNG and National Sector Leader, Power and Utilities at KPMG.  


Friday, March 10, 2017


11:30 am - Guest Registration & Networking Lunch

12:00 pm - Programme begins

1:30 pm- Event concludes


Terminal City Club

837 West Hastings Street

Vancouver, BC



Business Council and Energy Council of Canada Member Event 

Please contact for ticket information.


Doug Suttles    
President & CEO, Encana


Ian Anderson
President, Kinder Morgan Canada



Jessica McDonald
President & CEO, BC Hydro


Mary Hemmingsen    
Global Head of LNG and National Sector Leader, Power & Utilities, KPMG