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2019 Synergy Alberta Conference

If you haven't already done so, mark your calendars for November 4th & 5th for the 2019 Synergy Conference "Powering Our Future".

At this year's conference we'll be looking at powering our future from two different perspectives...

1) the energy resources required for powering our future and,

2) what power we can have as individuals and organizations to support responsible and sustainable energy development.

We are planning to have topics around the current state of affairs in industry, the future role of oil & gas both nationally and globally, and we'll also take a look at some unique projects and programs.

Sharing is always a key part of the conference and we'll be dedicating time for synergy groups to share ideas, successes, challenges, opportunities and trends, and for some discussion of the roles that groups may be positioned to play over the next few years.

The conference will be held at the Pomeroy Inn & Suites in Olds on November 4th & 5th. A block of rooms has been set aside at a special conference rate. Contact the hotel at 1-855-800-8815 or and use the group code ‘synergy'.

We will be posting details on speakers and topics as they become finalized, so keep an eye out for conference updates. Conference registration site will be open soon.

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.

Farmers Advocate

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.

  Property Rights Task Force




CSUG Brochures

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