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2019 Synergy Alberta Conference

Synergy Conference 2019

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Check out our 2019 Conference speaker lineup!

  • Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers – Chris Montgomery, Manager, Exploration and Production Engagement
  • Alberta Energy Regulator – Gordon Lambert, President and CEO
  • Rural Municipalities of Alberta – Al Kemmere, President
  • Alberta Urban Municipalities Association – Barry Morishita, President
  • Red Deer River Watershed Alliance – Josée Méthot, Watershed Planning Manager
  • Lakeland Industry and Community Association, Andrea Woods, Chair Person
  • Sundre Petroleum Operators Group – Tracey McCrimmon, Executive Director
  • Heritage Park Museum – Alida Visbach, President and CEO
  • Canadian Energy Museum – Emma Gammans, Marketing and Education Director
  • Olds College Indigenous Services – Brent Collins, Indigenous Services Coordinator
  • Indian Resources Council of Canada – Steven Saddleback, Director of National Energy Centre of Excellence
  • Canadian Society for Unconventional Resources – Dan Allan, President and CEO
  • Eavor Technologies – Stephen Lindop, Corporate Development

The updated draft schedule is posted on our registration site. Conference registration site is open here.  Or go directly to the registration page here

The conference will be held at the Pomeroy Inn & Suites in Olds on November 4th & 5th. A few additional rooms have been made available in the Synergy Alberta room block until Friday, October 25, 2019. Availability outside of the room block is currently limited. Contact the hotel at 1-855-800-8815 https://www.pomeroyinnandsuites.com/hotels-olds/ or try one of the following options:

Best Western of Olds. Located directly across the street from the conference venue at 4520 - 46th Street. Contact the Best Western at 403-556-5900 or www.bestwestern.com/en_US/book/olds/hotel-rooms/best-western-of-olds/propertyCode.61039.html

Ramada by Wyndham Olds. Located at 500 6700 46th Street. Contact the Ramada at 403-507-8349 or www.wyndhamhotels.com/ramada/olds-alberta/ramada-olds/overview

Following the banquet and awards on Monday evening of the conference, we have arranged for tours of the Olds College Smart Ag Innovation Centre and the Olds College Greenhouses. These tours are optional and have limited capacity so you must pre-register on the conference registration website. Tours will be filled on a first come first serve basis based on tour capacity, and are open to conference delegates and banquet guests.

The Olds College greenhouses are used by students in the areas of Turfgrass Management, Horticulture, Agriculture and Land and Water and produce a diverse range of plant life including annuals and perennials for the campus gardens and summer containers.

The Olds College Smart Ag Innovation Centre was created within the former President's House, a nondescript farmhouse from the outside, but inside featuring a number of elements that are designed to contribute to the academic excellence of students, bolster applied research, decrease the environmental footprint of the Smart Farm and be an industry leader in Smart Agriculture.

Check out our website www.synergyalberta.ca for more details and check out our list of conference sponsors while you’re there!

 


Land Owners Guide

The Landowners' Guide to Land Agreements has officially been launched and is available online.

This booklet was created with input from the Land Matters Group’s Subcommittee on Landowner Guidance (Subcommittee). The Subcommittee was officially struck in January 2016 and included landowners, community and industry representatives. They provided direction for this document, as well as recommendations for future resources for landowners.



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Synergy Alberta Guidebook

The Synergy Alberta Guidebook is now available here


 

Alberta Energy Regulator Annual Report has now been released. Click here for more information.

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All sectors need the best possible geospatial information and services, and you can now access more than 140 layers of free land-related data and services through the GeoDiscover Alberta portal. www.geodiscoveralberta.ca

 


 

 

 

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