CRAIG DUNN TO PRESENT HIS EXPERIENCE AS GEOTHERMAL RESOURCE DEVELOPER THIS FRIDAY, MAY 22ND
Geothermal Resource Development & Canadian Business Opportunities
Calgary Petroleum Club
Friday, May 22, 2015
9:00AM – 11:30AM
Member Price: $35
A similar event we held in Vancouver on March 26
6 Spots Left!!Geothermal energy is delivering clean, base-load and low cost electricity in 24 countries as well as heating in 70 countries for fish farms, greenhouses, breweries, and much more! While not yet fully utilized, geothermal energy is an important part of Canada’s energy future, creating new investment and jobs in Canadian communities while also contributing to a cleaner environment for future generations.
Join us to learn about Canadian Geothermal Opportunities and how you can enter into the geothermal market!We are taking everything to the next level. This session will be presented in two parts:
1. Geothermal Resources Development. As a continuation of our Geothermal 101 series, Craig Dunn, chief geologist of Borealis GeoPower, will be presenting on his experience as a geothermal resource developer. There is a myriad of variables to worry about in today’s fossil fuel industry; volatile commodity pricing, access to market issues, carbon pricing and social license to name a few. Predicting what will make up profitable energy markets in 5, 10 or 30 years is becoming increasingly difficult. What if the next great energy project is not a fossil fuel project at all?
2. Canadian Business Opportunities. CanGEA’s chair, Alison Thompson will be providing an in depth overview of all of the geothermal heat and power projects currently taking place in Canada. She will explain what is expected moving forward and how you can get in on the action. With drilling anticipated to commence in British Columbia Saskatchewan and the Yukon Territory, things are really HEATING UP!
Only 18 spots available! You do NOT want to miss this!
What else is happening on May 22?
Keynote Luncheon Address “The Cost of Power from Fossil Fuels: A physician’s Perspective”
Technology Transfer Workshop between the Carbon Capture & Storage and Geothermal Industries
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