Published: January 22, 2021 By: Carol Anne Stares

Update on Air Emission Incentive Programs For The Oil And Gas Industry

Carbon Emission Reduction Strategies

Friday, January 29th @ 12:00pm MST/ 2:00pm EST, Microsoft Teams

Join our webinar as we take you through an in-depth presentation and discussion on incentive programs available to Oil and Gas Producers and review of over all strategies for Carbon Emission Reductions.

With the new and ever changing regulations, many in the Oil & Gas industry are realizing that it is necessary to execute on today’s requirements and strategize for future success in this marketplace. Provincial and federal governments have been offering incentive programs to support/facilitate these emission reduction projects/initiatives.

The presentation will focus on what programs are available as well highlight recent wins and successes on submissions to date. This presentation will cover the following:

  • Brief Air Emission Regulation Overview
    • Review and illustration of the different regulations governing emissions.
  • Update on the status of current incentive programs
    • Incentive programs that are in progress currently or being rumoured. (ERF, MTIP, BRO, CRIN, etc..)
  • Carbon credits and offsets
    • High level overview of opportunities and market space.
  • Results and Learning from completed Incentive Application
    • Discussion around what we have learned from some of our most recent applications to help facilitate future successful applications.

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Presenter:

Adrienne Headrick, B.A. SC., EP, Manager, Regulatory & Environmental Development, Energy
Adrienne Headrick is the Manager, Regulatory and Environmental Development for the Energy group at McIntosh Perry.  In her role, she oversees regulatory and environmental support, including processes advising and applications to support internal operations and client projects. Adrienne has over 12 years of experience working in Regulatory & Environmental roles for the Oil & Gas Industry. She has extensive experience within the oil and gas regulatory framework including successfully managing federal, provincial, and municipal pipeline and facility requirements and applications.  One of her current areas of focus is on providing proactive and innovative solutions to facility designs to help meet current and future legislation as well as minimize the energy consumption and total greenhouse gas emissions at the facilities.

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facilitators and discussion:

Mark Ryan, P.Eng., Vice President, Engineering, Energy

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Dean Michaud Dean Michaud, P.Eng., Vice President, Projects & Business Development, Energy

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