NOVEMBER 9, 2022

Wednesday, November 9, 2022
8:00 AM
 
 
9:00 AM
 
 
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All you need to know about NetZero ESG and Scope 3 emissions

Wednesday, November 9, 2022
9:05 AM

•    Explore the rapidly evolving expectations related to the disclosure of environmental and social data
•    The recent International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Exposure Drafts and the implications for Canadian Oil & Gas companies
•    Proposed climate-related disclosure requirements by the Canadian Securities Administration (CSA) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
•    Raters and rankers, too many or not enough?
•    Where requirements are going over the next decade?

Nathan Maycher
9:25 AM
 
Gerald Palanca
9:45 AM

•    Listing existing challenges and obstacles major oil and gas operators and producers are facing in Canada to meet their emissions targets
•    What has been done so far? Is it enough? What else is missing to properly tackle ESG and reach NetZero by 2050?
•    Regulations and standards: Are our laws and regulations updated? What codes or standards should be put in place to guarantee accurate emissions tracking and reporting?
•    Technology: What available smart technologies should we use to enhance emissions tracking and reach NetZero? Is multi-sensor a solution?

Jan Gorski Eric Wen Sara Hastings-Simon Gerald Palanca Anamika Mukherjee
10:30 AM
 
 
11:00 AM

•    Discussing how collaboration is crucial in the energy transition 
•    Explaining the role of policy in emissions tracking and achieving net zero
•    Exploring how to measure and report emissions in the net zero journey 

Luisa Da Silva
11:30 AM

•    An overview on the internal emission reduction program and set targets
•    Listing the different process and metrics used to track and report carbon
•    Discussing existing challenges and announcing the needed technologies to provide a sustainable traceability for the Co2 ecosystem

Greg Maidment
12:00 PM

This session will discuss why it is critical for organizations to collect and manage ESG data at the product-level in order to gain improved clarity on performance across the extended value chain and provide critical points of differentiation for B2B and B2C products

•    Corporations are under increasing pressure – from investors, advocacy groups, stakeholders, and employees – to enhance performance across various ESG dimensions, as there is heightened social, governmental, and consumer attention on the broader impact of corporations.
•    To meet these rising expectations, organizations have naturally focused a lot of their attention on their extended value chains, as they rely on thousands of third-party suppliers for services, raw materials, parts, and components.
•    Unfortunately, ESG data management activities have mostly been focused at the supplier (parent) level, which hinders an organization’s visibility into ESG-related opportunities and risks.
•    Additionally, B2C consumers and increasingly B2B customers are demanding enhanced transparency and traceability for the products and services that they are purchasing.
•    Therefore, we believe that organizations should move towards a product-level approach for ESG-related supply chain due diligence, which will provide critical visibility into ESG performance and enable product-level ESG trading cards for increased differentiation in the market

Nigel Bell Keith Fortson
12:30 PM

•    Drivers of digitization technologies for ESG
•    Building a standard and collaborative framework for emissions reduction
•    Charting a net-zero pathway by facilitating the implementation of IoT, Digitalization, and Prediction technologies 

 
1:00 PM
 
 
2:00 PM

•    Listing the challenges resulting from the complex existing supply chain in estimating inbound activities
•    Discussing existing carbon tracking and reporting processes to measure progress in meeting climate metrics
•    Evaluating how to properly estimate the environmental costs and the fees of Scope 3 emissions 
•    Examining the needed modifications in existing protocols and various metrics to get the job done 

Allan Fogwill Kristy Bellows
2:40 PM

•    Teck’s ESG goals and outlook (2030 & 2050) 
•    Where Teck ranks for ESG among competitors 
•    Dynamic Systems Thinking for Decarbonization 
•    Zero-GHG Haul Evolution Using Deep Reinforcement Learning

Allyson Stoll
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Discussing the important role of data in emission tracking and reporting

Wednesday, November 9, 2022
3:10 PM
 
 
3:40 PM
 
 
4:00 PM

•    Brief overview of TIER facility emissions benchmarking, which is Alberta’s approach to reduce emissions from large industrial emitters
•    Using Alberta open data oil sands greenhouse gas emission intensity analysis 
•    Explaining insights gained from analysis via interactive dashboards
•    Highlighting pros and cons with dashboard analysis and open data

Roger Milley Bunmi Adeyinka
4:30 PM

•    Importance of high-quality ESG data – companies being measured by financial stakeholders; better decision-making; supporting the narrative for disclosure
•    Metrics and Materiality – There are several reporting frameworks that companies report to, each with their own set of metrics; materiality helps take a deep look inward to help determine what ESG issues matter most
•    ESG Data Collection – Tremendous effort goes into data collection and reconciliation from various sources; supply chain and other Scope 3 is even tougher
•    Validation and Assurance – Data collection processes sometimes don’t have an audit trail, so third-party assurance may be required to avoid scrutiny

Amit Bhargava Deanna Zhang Marie Jurcevic Roger Milley
5:10 PM
 
 
5:15 PM
 
 
6:15 PM
 
 
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NOVEMBER 10, 2022

Thursday, November 10, 2022
8:30 AM
 
 
9:00 AM
 
 
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An update on regulations, laws, standards, and certifications

Thursday, November 10, 2022
9:05 AM

•    Creating the needed framework to enable accurate tracking of carbon and methane emissions
•    Discussing how quickly the requirements to report scope 3 emissions are going to be put in place
•    Overcoming existing regulatory and financial barriers 

 
9:30 AM
 
 
10:00 AM

•    EO100 Standard certification process
•    Transparency - reporting metrics publicly available
•    Carbon intensity quantification for the natural gas supply chain

Heather Jones
10:30 AM
 
 
11:00 AM

•    Drafting consistent and unified compliance requirements for the oil and gas industry
•    Working with local legislators to follow the existing federal modules 
•    Simplifying existing standard’s consistency and reviewing the importance of training, needed to successfully implement new regulations

Dave Gajadhar
11:30 AM
 
 
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Utilizing smart technology, Artificial Intelligence, IIOT and Blockchain to track and report emissions

Thursday, November 10, 2022
12:00 PM

•    Display sensors from satellites down to ground sensors to have visibility and prediction
•    Many false positives from sensors (rain, humidity, … that can affect the accuracy of those sensors)

 
12:15 PM
 
 
12:30 PM
 
 
1:30 PM

•    Building knowledge around carbon accounting and its part in tracking carbon
•    Setting carbon reduction targets based on company’s carbon emissions
•    Exploring the vital role carbon accounting plays in assigning responsibility to different areas of the value chain
•    Assisting in making informed decisions when it comes to carbon mitigation and strategies
•    Utilizing climate accounting technologies to track and verify methane and carbon emissions 
•    Adopting energy and carbon tracking and reporting technologies to reach climate pledges

Andrew McCausland
2:00 PM

•    Discussing how the industry is forcibly moving towards standardized reporting and measurements
•    Reviewing how we can work together and what it takes to report standards 
•    Is there a trigger point that is going to make that in the industry?
•    Is there a premium to have? Economics of methane reduction: How to lower the cost and sell the premium by reducing carbon and tracking Methane?

Dr. Steve Liang Andrew McCausland Anamika Mukherjee John Tang Dan Burt
2:40 PM
 
 
3:10 PM

•    Listing the most recent technologies for accurate methane tracking and measuring
•    Benchmarking with existing technologies in the industry – is multiple sensing technology the solution?
•    Analysing the risks when only relying on OGI (Optical Gas Imaging) surveys

 
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Supply chain and start-ups in the oil and gas industry

Thursday, November 10, 2022
3:40 PM
 
 
4:00 PM

•    Discussing the important role of the supply chain in tracking and including scope 3
•    Examining what best metrics should be used to track carbon at every function and step of the value chain
•    Utilizing industrial, mobile, and digital technologies – Can it be the solution?

Allan Fogwill Dave Gajadhar Brent Willett Kristy Bellows
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Startup Session: As part of our support for advanced solutions and technologies, The Energy Conference Network (ECN) will allocate this session for all start-ups offering smart and innovative solutions for accurate and clean energy emissions tracking. If you are a Startup and provide carbon and methane measuring, reporting, verification, and tracking services using Blockchain, IIOT, AI or multi-sensor technologies, then this session is for you.

Thursday, November 10, 2022
4:30 PM
 
 
4:45 PM
 
 
5:00 PM
 
 
5:15 PM
 
 
5:20 PM
 
 
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