Engage and Learn 2016: The Future of LNG in Canada and Beyond

Engage and Learn 2016: The Future of LNG in Canada and Beyond

Engage and Learn 2016: The Future of LNG in Canada and Beyond

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As global economies continue to feel the effects of low oil prices, and as countries begin to pursue low-carbon futures, many are looking to liquefied natural gas (LNG) to lead the charge in the ever growing demand for energy supply. The competition is on for which global projects will fulfill this increasing demand. Some countries are already off to the races whereas others are still lagging behind.

Global Lawyers of Canada is excited to present our second Engage and Learn conference, which takes a critical look at the future of the LNG market, in Canada and globally. We have invited a panel of highly regarded industry experts to speak to us on their views on how the current LNG market is performing, the obstacles and barriers facing market entry, and the long-term outlook on LNG supply and demand. We invite you all to join us for an amazing insight into the LNG world, one that everyone is following closely.

This event is proudly sponsored by Dentons Canada LLP, a key sponsor and Gold Diversity Leader of the Global Lawyers of Canada.


Date: Wednesday April 27, 2016, 5 – 7 pm

Location: Dentons Canada LLP, 15th Floor, Bankers Court, 850 – 2nd Street SW, Calgary AB


  • Peter Dinnick – Assistant General Counsel at Imperial Oil
  • James Armstrong – Manager, Asset Management & Joint Venture at Nexen/CNOOC
  • Racim Gribaa – President, Global LNG Consulting Inc.


  • Ron Stuber – Partner and National Co-Lead of the Renewable Energy Team at Dentons Canada LLP

Cost: Free, please register at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/engage-and-learn-the-future-of-lng-in-canada-and-beyond-tickets-24236176055

Light snacks and refreshments provided.

Due to the demand for this event, attendance for this event is limited and registration is on a first come first served basis.

Thank you,

Global Lawyers of Canada

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