44 Oil, Gas Companies, Excluding Cenovus and Encana, Presenting at CAPP Investment Symposium in Toronto

44 Oil, Gas Companies Presenting at CAPP Investment Symposium in Toronto Press Release by Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), November 19, 2012, Marketwire
Hundreds of institutional investors and investment dealers from North America, Europe and Asia will converge in Toronto December 10-12 for the 2012 CAPP Investment Symposium, featuring over 40 presentations from oil and gas companies, complemented by panel discussions with provincial finance and energy ministers and CEOs, and keynote addresses from prominent energy and current affairs experts such as the New York Times’ David Brooks, former Suncor CEO Rick George, and author Daniel Yergin. “CAPP Investment Symposium focuses on the investment opportunities offered in the high-growth, high-potential Canadian oil and gas industry. With the third-largest oil reserves in the world and equally significant natural gas assets, Canada’s upstream oil and gas industry will continue to create significant value for investors, the industry and all Canadians as global energy demand grows,” said CAPP president Dave Collyer. “CAPP’s Investment Symposium will highlight industry plans to ensure competitiveness and social license to realize these growth opportunities.” … The symposium features investor presentations from large-and-small-capitalized companies involved in all types of industry activity, including oil sands, tight oil and shale gas development – the game-changers that are reshaping the North American oil and gas landscape. Participating companies [updated November 9, 2012] include:

ARC Resources Ltd.
Athabasca Oil Corporation
Baytex Energy Corp.
Birchcliff Energy Ltd.
Bonavista Energy Corporation
BP Energy Canada
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
Canadian Oil Sands Limited
Connacher Oil and Gas Corporation
Crescent Point Energy Corp
Delphi Energy Corp.
Devon Canada Corporation
ET Energy
Freehold Royalties Ltd.
Husky Energy Inc.
Hyperion Exploration Corp.
Imperial Oil Limited
Ivanhoe Energy Inc.
Laricina Energy Ltd.
Legacy Oil + Gas Inc.
Long Run Exploration Ltd.
Manitok Energy Inc.
MGM Energy Corp.
Murphy Oil Corporation
NuVista Energy Ltd.
Paramount Resources Ltd.
Parex Resources Inc.
Penn West Exploration
Perpetual Energy Inc.
PetroBakken Energy Ltd.
Petrobank Energy and Resources Ltd.
Petromanas Energy Inc.
Questerre Energy Corporation
Quicksilver Resources Canada, Inc
SilverWillow Energy Corporation
Southern Pacific Resource Corp.
Suncor Energy
Talisman Energy Inc.
Tamarack Valley Energy Ltd.
Tourmaline Oil Corp.
US Oil Sands Inc.
Zargon Oil & Gas Ltd.

In addition to getting specific company insights, CAPP’s Investment Symposium aims to provide the wider policy and market issues discussion with expert panels and keynotes.

On December 10, Alberta Finance Minister Doug Horner, Ontario Finance Minister Dwight Duncan and Newfoundland and Labrador Minister of Natural Resources Jerome Kennedy will discuss provincial government perspectives on how to maximize economic opportunities associated with Canada’s growing energy economy.

On December 11, CAPP vice-president of markets and oil sands Greg Stringham and experts from TransCanada and Kinder Morgan will discuss moving oil and natural gas to continental and global markets via pipelines, rail and marine routes. Also, Ken Lueers, president of ConocoPhillips Canada, Chris Seasons, president of Devon Canada, Jeffrey Tonken, president of Birchcliff Energy, and CAPP president Dave Collyer will discuss economic, environmental and social sustainability issues.

On December 12, CAPP Investment Symposium will be open free-of-charge to retail investors, investment dealers and Ontario businesses who want to learn more about the industry. The day starts with former Suncor CEO Rick George discussing his new book Sun Rise and is followed by investor presentations and panels dissecting oil and gas opportunities “play by play.” Pulitzer-prize winning author Daniel Yergin will provide a global energy overview at noon (cost of $75 for non-analysts) followed by a session for Ontario businesses on the significant equipment, service and technology supply opportunities available.

Full details on the 2012 CAPP Investment Symposium

CAPP’s member companies produce about 90 per cent of Canada’s natural gas and crude oil. CAPP’s associate members provide a wide range of services that support the upstream crude oil and natural gas industry. Together CAPP’s members and associate members are an important part of a national industry with revenues of about $100 billion-a-year. CAPP’s mission is to enhance the economic sustainability of the Canadian upstream petroleum industry in a safe and environmentally and socially responsible manner, through constructive engagement and communication with governments, the public and stakeholders in the communities in which we operate. [Emphasis added]

44 compagnies du secteur pétrolier et gazier font des présentations à Toronto lors du symposium de l’ACPP sur les investissements

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