ACAMP Seminar Series: Conventional Energy

Posted on September 18, 2013

Seminar Focus: Sensors, Monitoring and Remediation Technologies

Our focus this year is on Sensors, Monitoring and Remediation Technologies for Energy applications including waste water treatment, hydrofracturing and environmental sensors and monitoring systems.

We have an excellent line-up of speakers, presenting and networking.

The aim of the Conventional Energy Seminar is to promote innovative products and solutions using micro and nanotechnology in applications such as oil and gas exploration, mining, upgrading, production and transportation. These innovative products enhance operational performance, productivity and efficiency while significantly reducing costs, energy consumption, waste and pollution.

Downloadables & Registration

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What, When & Where

8:00 am – 4:45 pm, Cardel Theatre, Calgary, Alberta
8:00 am
8:30 am

Seminar Topics

  • Emerging Technology ( 3- to 5-years to commercialization)
    Session Chair – Alan Fair
    Director Tailings Environmental Priority Area, COSIA
  • Applications (2- to 3-years to commercialization)
    Session Chair – Perry Toms
    President & CEO, Steeper Energy
  • Companies (now to 2-year timeframe to commercialization)
    Session Chair – Dr Stephen Westwood
    Manager New Product Development, Baker Hughes Pipeline Inspection
  • Financing (Funding Opportunities)
    Session Chair – Richard Wayken
    VP, Bio and Industrial Technologies, AITF

Cost & Seating

The seminar will be free and there will be 100 seats available.

Please note that registration is required. Feel free to forward this mail to colleagues who would find the event worthwhile.

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