Join us for a special discussion on emissions reductions in partnership with Questor Technology Inc.
This event isn’t just about sharing our perspectives; it’s a collaborative platform. We invite you to bring your ideas, questions, and experiences to the table. Network with peers, exchange thoughts, and be part of the conversation that shapes the future of energy.
Key topics to be covered include:
- Understanding the sources and impacts of methane emissions in the oil and gas sector
- Technological advancements and best practices for methane detection and mitigation
- Policy frameworks and regulatory initiatives driving methane emission reduction efforts
- The business case for investing in methane emission reduction and its long-term benefits
Date: Febuary 27, 2024
Time: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Location: Energy Transition Centre (15th Floor, The Ampersand East Tower 112 4th Avenue SW Calgary AB T2P 0H3)
Audrey Mascarenhas – President and CEO
Audrey has worked in energy and environment for over 40 years with Gulf Canada Resources Ltd and Questor. She served as a distinguished lecturer with the Society of Petroleum Engineers. Audrey has a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Toronto and holds a master’s degree in petroleum engineering from the University of Calgary. She is a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineers, is inducted into the University of Toronto Engineering Hall of Distinction and sits on the Board of the TMX.
Todd Hirsch – Director of Energy Transition Centre
Todd Hirsch is a renowned economist, who inspires international audiences to re-think the modern economy and directs leaders to re-imagine how to survive and thrive in an ever-changing world. His clear-eyed insights decipher the economic forces shaping today’s rapidly shifting global, geopolitical and societal trends–this economic barometer is critical to informing forward business, operational and talent management planning. Todd served as the vice president and chief economist for ATB Financial for over 15 years. He also previously taught economics at the University of Calgary and for the executive education program at the University of Alberta. Prior to this, he worked in the research department of the Bank of Canada.