PUTTING YOUR SAFETY FIRST
At dmg events, our commitment to delivering exceptional live in-person events that support economic growth and recovery, will be reinforced by a four-point framework designed to protect our colleagues, exhibitors, visitors, delegates and contractors.
Our program of enhanced measures will ensure the health and wellbeing of our participants is prioritized and provide reassurances to all who visit our events, that they are in a safe environment.
Our program has been enhanced and expanded to ensure that attendees take away a clear snap-shot of the Canadian Gas & LNG industry, showcasing its progress, future plans and potential to do business.
Each day of the program will carry a clear narrative, seeking to address the key industry challenges. It will bring together over 500 delegates representing international and domestic markets, creating opportunities to connect and generate new business leads.
LATEST INDUSTRY NEWS & REPORTS
Interview: Canada's Minister of Natural Resources, Hon. Seamus O' Regan
What’s best for us to do to help generate the economic recovery quickly? That applies today as mu...Read More
The cleanest fossil fuel is set for a post-pandemic rebound
Demand for LNG growing faster than for any other fossil fuel as nations look for cheap, reliable ...Read More
LNG from Canada — a win for all
Karen Ogen-Toews: We in B.C. can and will produce the cleanest LNG in the world, and it can repla...Read More
B.C.'s new LNG projects have lower emissions to meet Canada's net-zero ambition
If there is a silver lining to the global pandemic, it’s that fossil fuel use may have peaked in ...Read More
LNG a critical part of Canada's transition to "net zero" greenhouse gas emissions
During a recent event, Federal Natural Resources Minister Seamus O'Regan stated that oil and gas ...Read More
Shell to double LNG bunkering fleet by 2025
Shell plans to "more than double" its LNG bunkering vessel fleet by 2025, the firm's executive vi...Read More