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Understanding Energy Options: LNG?

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Networking 5:00PM-6:00PM, presentation begins at 6:00PM

The global energy focus is at a compelling inflection point and the Pacific north west has an opportunity to affect change pertaining to our energy mix. Speed and agility certainly play an important role for industry, however, serendipity is also needed in attracting both capital and consumer interest in the energy sector. Quoting one of our speakers, “We have labile objectives, incomplete knowledge and make decisions less rationally than we would like to believe.”  The upcoming GTEx Forum aims to provide insight and draw your attention to multiple variables in the energy debate including LNG and renewables. 

October 29th, 2014 5:00 PM   through   8:00 PM
515 West Hastings Street
Simon Fraser University Harbour Centre
Room 1400
Vancouver, BC V6B 5K3
Canada
About the Speakers
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Name 1 Paul Blomerus
Description 1 Dr. Paul Blomerus is Vice President of Natural Gas Fuel Supply Systems at Westport Innovations and is responsible for technology acquisition and new product development for fuel supply systems used in the on-road, rail, marine, and mining sectors. As part of his role, he is leading the establishment of an LNG Technology Centre headquartered in B.C. that will conduct research in the areas of LNG production, distribution and consumption. The LNG Technology Centre will also focus on incubation and acceleration of LNG-related businesses. Paul joined Westport from Rolls-Royce Aerospace in the UK. Prior to Rolls-Royce, he was a consultant for McKinsey and Co. serving primarily industrial and technology clients out of the firm’s Chicago office.
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Name 2 Hadi Dowlatabadi
Description 2 Dr. Hadi Dowlatabadi is the Canada Research Chair and a Professor in Applied Mathematics and Global Change at UBC. He is a University Fellow at Resources for the Future, a Washington DC a public policy think tank. He is also Adjunct Professor at Carnegie Mellon University’s Department of Engineering & Public Policy. His research has been interdisciplinary focused at the intersection of technical change and environmental and human systems where public policy takes shape. He has been a lead author on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and also on the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. He is co-founder of the non-profit Offsetters Climate Neutral Society, co-founder and CTO of Green-Erg Technologies Ltd and co-founder of Hydrorun Technologies Ltd.
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Name 3 Chris Hilliard
Description 3 Chris Hilliard is the President and Director of LNG Direct Rail Ltd. LNG Direct Rail is planning a unique liquefied natural gas manufacturing, transmission and export operation in northern British Columbia. In connection with this mandate Chris is the VP Finance for Adastra Energy pursuing opportunities in the energy industry. Chris is also the Chairman and Managing Director of MagPower Systems Inc. a metal-air fuel-cell leader based in White Rock. Chris also advises other companies including New Carolin Gold Corp, Urban Communications Inc., Faircourt Asset Management and other Toronto-based mid-tier asset managers. Previously, Chris was the SFU Alumni Association President and currently sits on the University’s 50th Anniversary Campaign Cabinet.
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Name 4 Jason Wolfe
Description 4 Jason Wolfe is the Director of Energy Solutions at FortisBC and is responsible for the Marketing and Sales efforts of FortisBC. Key activities for 2014 include LNG Market Development, LNG/CNG Natural Gas Vehicle Incentive Program, establishing a new customer attachment process as well as advancing the FortisBC Renewable Natural Gas program. The most recent initiative is the launching of the new Trade Ally Program to encourage the use of gas in homes and business. Previously, Jason was responsible for FortisBC Market Development team; including the forecasting and resource planning departments. Prior to that, Jason was responsible for launching the FortisBC thermal energy business efforts with large commercial and institutional customers including schools municipalities and health authorities.
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