With over $122 billion in investment planned, major projects are the key force propelling Atlantic Canada's economy forward. Capitalizing on this wave of major projects investment is essential to growing your business, and Atlantic Provinces Economic Council's Major Projects 2015 provides the perspective you need to profit from these opportunities.
Confirmed speakers include:
St. John's- May 25th - Paul Broders, Project Development Manager, Wood Group PSN Eastern Canada and Jason Muise, Managing Director, Technip Canada will speak about the ways provincial firms are adjusting to the new global energy pricing realties.
Halifax, May 27th - Ann Mellema, Director, Programs, Governance, Irving Shipbuilding, will provide an update on the start of construction this fall on the Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships to be built in Halifax as well as the infrastructure upgrades underway at the shipyard.
Moncton, May 29th - Patrick Lacroix, NB Lead, TransCanada Energy East Project will discuss the Energy East pipeline project which is expected to bring oil from Alberta to Eastern Canada by 2020. Andy Carson, Director, Business Development Initiatives, Irving Oil
Member: $175 / Non-Member: $230
Member / Non-Member Table: $945 table for 6 delegates
Major Projects 2015 will be held at the following locations:
May 25, 2015 - St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador - Delta St. John’s
May 27, 2015 – Halifax, Nova Scotia - Pier 21
May 29, 2015 – Moncton, New Brunswick – Crowne Plaza
APEC would like to recognize the commitment of the following as the main event sponsors for the Major Projects 2015.