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Alberta's Industrial heartland association annual stakeholder event

January 30, 2020

Edmonton Convention Centre, Hall D

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Tickets go on sale on November 1, 2019.

Our event is held on Thursday, January 30, 2020 at the Edmonton Convention Centre, Hall D.

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Save the Date - January 30 2020

Sponsorship Sold Out

Sponsorship opportunities for the 2020 Stakeholder event are sold out. 

About the event

This full-day networking conference offers attendees an opportunity to engage with industry experts and elected officials. The program is designed to highlight activity in the Industrial Heartland region, to offer policy-related insights on topics important to our industry and to provide information on opportunities for investment. 

Where

Edmonton Convention Centre, Hall D
9797 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5J 1N9

When

Thursday, January 30, 2020
8:00 am – 4:45 pm
* doors open at 8:00
* program begins at 9:00

Expected speakers

Stephen Harper

Key Note Speaker, Former Prime Minister of Canada

2020 Platinum Sponsors

2020 Silver Sponsors

New Alberta Carbon Trunk Line Fully Operational

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New Alberta Carbon Trunk Line Fully Operational

WORLD’S LARGEST CAPACITY CO2 PIPELINE PART OF EXPANDABLE CAPTURE AND STORAGE SYSTEM

Alberta’s Industrial Heartland companies Wolf Midstream, Enhance Energy, North West Redwater Partnership and Nutrien are paving the way to a low carbon future with their announcement of the Alberta Carbon Trunk Line (ACTL).  The ACTL system captures industrial emissions and delivers the CO2 to mature oil and gas reservoirs in Central Alberta for use in enhanced oil recovery and permanent storage. Pioneered in Alberta, Canada, the ACTL system is now operational.

The system includes the world’s largest capacity pipeline for CO2 from human activity, capable of transporting up to 14.6 million tonnes of CO2 per year. This is equal to the impact of capturing the CO2 from more than 2.6 million cars in Alberta. Designed with excess capacity, the system will connect more facilities and storage reservoirs in the future as demand increases for an effective solution to manage emissions.

For more information on this innovative and exciting project, visit: www.ACTL.ca.

 

The Road to Canada’s Economic Recovery Goes Through Alberta’s Industrial Heartland

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The Road to Canada's Economic Recovery Goes Through Alberta's Industrial Heartland

THE ROAD TO CANADA’S ECONOMIC RECOVERY GOES THROUGH ALBERTA’S INDUSTRIAL HEARTLAND

Canada’s economic recovery from COVID-19 needs good chemistry. With the country reeling from historic debt levels, including more than $231 billion in pandemic health and safety measures and emergency federal spending, Alberta’s chemistry and value-add manufacturing sectors are critical to ensuring Canada’s future viability.

Before COVID-19, Alberta’s Industrial Heartland was a key driver of Canada’s energy future and a critical piece of Canada’s economic engine. In Alberta alone, the chemistry sector contributes more than $16.2 billion to our economy.

Canada’s way of life is built on chemistry and it is part of everything we touch and everything that touches us. From personal protective equipment to sanitation chemicals and hand sanitizer, advanced chemical manufacturing is the innovation workhorse leading the way as front-line heroes work tirelessly to keep us safe.
“With more than 95% of the world’s manufactured products relying on chemistry and value-add manufacturing, Alberta’s Industrial Heartland region is part of a global value-add manufacturing sector that represents more than 70,000 products that Canadians use every day. It’s personal for all of us and our region is committed to safety, innovation, diversification and sustainability,” says Mark Plamondon, Executive Director of Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association.

Now, as Canadians navigate the uncertainty of these times and as we begin to see beyond COVID-19, Alberta’s Industrial Heartland and its more than 40 companies and thousands of employees are critical to helping Canada recover from the economic and market impacts of the pandemic. The region’s ability to produce advanced chemistry products under robust environmental, social and governance conditions positions Canada as a shining example for the world, keeping families safe, food protected and our economy thriving.

Government Announces Alberta Petrochemicals Incentive Program

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Government Announces Alberta Petrochemicals Incentive Program

ALBERTA PETROCHEMICALS INCENTIVE PROGRAM WILL
ENHANCE ABILITY TO ATTRACT LARGE SCALE PETROCHEMICAL PROJECTS

The Government of Alberta today announced the Alberta Petrochemicals Incentive Program (APIP), designed to attract value-add petrochemical investments and encourage continued growth in the advanced chemical manufacturing sector.

“The Alberta Petrochemicals Incentive Program, as announced today, will have a significant impact on enhancing the competitiveness of Alberta when attracting large scale, value-add investments, relative to other global jurisdictions,” said Mark Plamondon, Executive Director of Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association. “This program, coupled with the other tremendous competitive advantages that Alberta’s Industrial Heartland has to offer, will contribute to the attraction of an expected $30 billion in new petrochemical investments by 2030.”

With cost-advantaged natural resources, a diverse and skilled workforce, and world class infrastructure, including world-leading carbon capture and storage infrastructure, Alberta’s Industrial Heartland is well-positioned to leverage the new Alberta Petrochemicals Incentive Program and we believe it will help attract formidable investment to our region.

With more than 95% of the world’s manufactured products relying on chemistry and value-add manufacturing, Alberta’s Industrial Heartland is part of a global supply chain that produces more than 70,000 products that we use every day. Alberta is a shining example of how jurisdictions can stimulate the economy and demonstrate environmental leadership by recognizing the importance of lowering greenhouse gas emissions.

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Conference

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Alberta's Industrial heartland association annual stakeholder event

January 30, 2020

Edmonton Convention Centre, Hall D

Tickets sOLD oUT

Our event is held on Thursday, January 30, 2020 at the Edmonton Convention Centre, Hall D.

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About the event

This full-day networking conference offers attendees an opportunity to engage with industry experts and elected officials. The program is designed to highlight activity in the Industrial Heartland region, to offer policy-related insights on topics important to our industry, and to provide information on opportunities for investment. 

Where

Edmonton Convention Centre, Hall D
9797 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5J 1N9

When

Thursday, January 30, 2020
8:00 am – 4:30 pm
* doors open at 8:00 am
* program begins at 9:00 am

Event Schedule

8:00 AMDoors Open
Registration & Breakfast
60 minutes
9:00 AMWelcome & Introductory Remarks 30 minutes
9:30 AMHeartland Region Industry Updates60 minutes
10:30 AM Networking Break30 minutes
11:00 AMFeature Speaker
Alberta Economic Update
30 minutes
11:30 AMFeature Speaker
Our Role in the Circular Economy
30 minutes
12:00 PMLunch Buffet & Networking Break60 minutes
1:00 PM Panel Session
Alberta's Industrial Heartland's Standing in a Globally Competitive Environment
90 minutes
2:30 PMNetworking Break30 minutes
3:00 PM Keynote Speaker

The Right Honourable Stephen Harper, PC

60 minutes
4:00 PMClosing Reception30 minutes
4:30 PMEnd of Event

Expected Speakers

Stephen Harper

Key Note Speaker, Former Prime Minister of Canada

Catherine Rothrock
Chief Economist, Alberta Treasury Board & Finance

Bob Masterson
President & CEO, Chemistry Industry Association of Canada

Alanna Hnatiw
Chair, AIHA

Mark Plamondon
Executive Director, AIHA

The Venue

Edmonton Convention Centre, Hall D

9797 Jasper Ave, Edmonton, AB

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2020 Platinum Sponsors

2020 Gold Sponsors

2020 Bronze Sponsors

All Sponsorships Sold Out

Thank you to everyone who applied, all sponsorship opportunities for the 2020 Stakeholder event are sold out. AIHA will not be accepting new applications at this time.

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30 JANUARY, 2020

EDMONTON, AB