Keynote Speaker Announced: Mr. Steve MacDonald, CEO of Emissions Reduction Alberta
It is our pleasure to invite you to attend the Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada’s 23rd Annual General Meeting and Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, May 1, 2019.
Mr. Steve MacDonald, CEO of Emissions Reduction Alberta, will deliver the keynote address at this event being held at the Calgary Petroleum Club.
PTAC’s annual awards luncheon, in conjunction with the AGM, will again recognize individuals who provided significant contributions and leadership in the sustainable development of our world class hydrocarbon resources through innovation, collaborative R&D, and technology demonstration and deployment.
For over 23 years, PTAC has established a solid reputation as an organization that both our members and the Canadian energy industry can rely on. PTAC initiatives and projects help minimize environmental foot prints, reduce costs, increase recovery, and improve overall industry performance via innovative technology solutions. None of which could be accomplished without the support and service of our dedicated volunteers.
We look forward to you joining us on May 1st to celebrate the accomplishments of PTAC and our outstanding members.
11:15 AM – Registration
11:45 AM – Business Portion of AGM
12:00 PM – Report on 2018 Performance and 2019 Outlook
12:15 PM – Lunch
12:30 PM – Keynote Address: Steve MacDonald “Collaborative Innovation in Oil and Gas”
12:50 PM – Awards Ceremony
1:15 PM – Adjournment
Steve MacDonald, CEO of Emissions Reduction Alberta
Steve MacDonald is CEO of (ERA), an Alberta-based, board-governed not-for-profit corporation with a mandate to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and grow Alberta’s economy by accelerating the development and adoption of innovation technology solutions. To date ERA has invested approximately $572 million in 164 technology projects worth over $4.3 billion.
Prior to taking the leadership role at ERA, MacDonald had an extensive career in the Alberta Public Service, serving in a range of ministries including Treasury Board, Energy, Human Services, Innovation and Advanced Education and Executive Council. During this time, he led major initiatives to guide and transform policy and delivery systems to improve outcomes for Albertans including Alberta’s Social Policy Framework and the Climate Leadership Plan. Steve also currently instructs part-time in the University of Alberta’s MBA and Executive Education programs, is a Director on the Board of the Canada West Foundation, and a member of the Kainai Chieftainship.
Steve is a holder of the of the ICD.D designation and has a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of Alberta.
Please note that registration for the 2019 PTAC Annual General Meeting and Awards Luncheon is limited to PTAC Members Only, and is free of charge.
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