About The Conference

Following the success of our inaugural Carbon Tracking and Reporting Canada Conference in November 2022, we will have the 2nd edition of the Carbon Tracking and Reporting Canada Conference, aligned with Canada's 2030 emissions targets, on November 28-29, 2023, in Calgary, Alberta.

ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) has quickly become the focus of many investors in the Oil and Gas industry, making ESG metrics a mandatory demand before any investment. 

While responsible for about 30 percent of the rising global temperatures, methane emissions in Canada are between 50 percent and 100 percent higher than what is reported. Canada has recently signed a Global Methane Pledge to reduce overall methane emissions by 30 percent from 2020 levels by 2030. It has set a national target of a 75 percent reduction in methane emissions from oil and gas by 2030 relative to 2012 levels.

What You Missed Last Year

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In 2022 Our Attendees Learned About:

  • Recent International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Exposure Drafts and the implications for Canadian Oil & Gas companies from Suncor Energy
  • The Canadian Government's methane policy objectives and a statistical update on progress to date from Alberta Energy Regulator
  • A panel discussion moderated by Pembina Institute on obstacles major oil and gas operators and producers are facing in Canada to meet their emissions targets
  • Existing challenges medium and small size Oil and Gas companies are facing to track carbon, methane and other GHG emissions from Carbon Management Canada
  • Including Scope 3 emissions and the ability to accurately track them in the Energy industry moderated by Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada PTAC
  • The Value and Criticality of Product-level EST Transparency from Deloitte
  • The role of carbon accounting solutions in providing the needed insight to quantify and measure carbon emissions from Suncor Energy
  • Alberta open data oil sands greenhouse gas emission intensity analysis from Fuzeim and how to accelerate sustainability outcomes through Data Access, Analytics and Action from SEEQ

2022 Event Highlights