Energy Forum 2006
Charting our Energy Future: the key to prosperity
June 18-20, 2006
Fairmont Mont Tremblant – Quebec
The 2006 Executive Energy Forum will be held at the Fairmont Tremblant, in Mont Tremblant, Quebec. This location is very convenient to both Ottawa and Montreal, and will provide an excellent venue for the Forum.
Plan to meet with your colleagues from industry, government, associations, academia and other energy stakeholders from around the world to discuss the actions and solutions required to ensure energy remains a fundamental driver for social, economic and environmental prosperity.
The 2006 Forum will build on the success of the 2005 Kananaskis Forum with sessions focusing on:
- Keynote opening addresses by the Quebec Minister of Natural Resources and Wildlife, Pierre Corbeil (invited), followed by the Chair of the World Energy Council, André Caillé, and other global energy leaders.
- Update on the “Worktracks” of the Energy Dialogue Group demonstrating the commitment to develop an energy framework for Canada following the 2005 Council of Energy Ministers’ Meeting in St. Andrews, New Brunswick. This will also show that an energy framework for Canada needs to be based on a well-articulated and shared vision of the crucially important role of energy in Canada’s overall long-term economic development.
- Towards an Energy Vision for Canada: The development of a Vision for the role of energy in Canada’s economic development and growth, so as to achieve greatest overall benefit for both current and future generations of Canadians.
- Cross Canada “Check-up” on Canada's Energy Picture: At the 2005 Council of Energy Ministers’ Meeting it was noted that a number of governments have or will be rolling out energy frameworks within their respective jurisdictions. Eventually, together, 14 “coherent” energy frameworks will form the basis of a Canadian framework. This session would provide a forum for Deputy Ministers to “showcase” their respective energy resources, diversity, major developments, opportunities, and current initiatives, thus providing valuable input to the Council of Energy Ministers’ Meeting in Whitehorse, Yukon, August 27-30, 2006)
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