London

The ninth annual London Energy Roundtable will take place on Tuesday, November 28th at Canada House in London.

The event will gather business and government leaders in the Canadian, UK and European energy sectors for discussions on the theme sustainability through innovation. Presenters will examine the policies, technologies and energy mix that will allow the two countries to meet their energy needs and climate change commitments whilst stimulating economic growth.

Expanding ties between the UK, Europe and Canada is a unique feature of the London Energy Roundtable. The 2017 event will focus on three key areas: clean tech and renewable energy; nuclear energy; and, oil and gas.

In its ninth year, the London Energy Roundtable presents an unprecedented opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge of a relationship with significant levels of investment and forming an axis in a world where deal making, business services, technological innovation and public policy occur across continents.

Partners

         LOGO CANADA              Foreign_and_Commonwealth_Office_2010

 

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      Knowledge and Network Partners

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Speakers

 

Jason Langrish

Jason Langrish

President, The Energy Roundtable
H.E. Janice Charette

H.E. Janice Charette

Canadian High Commissioner, London
Gordon Murray

Gordon Murray

Executive Director, Wood Pellet Association of Canada

 

2017 Programme

     Chair tbc
 
     9:00 am H.E. Janice Charette, Canadian High Commissioner, London
     9:15 am Session 1: Cleantech and Renewable Energy

Massive investments are occurring in cleantech and renewable energy generation worldwide. For those active in decarbonization of our societies the economic potential is enormous. The panel will examine the clean tech landscape in the UK and Canada and explore the potential to deepen linkages and expand investment in infrastructure and new technologies.

 

 

 
  • Project developer
  • Technology accelerator
  • Digitalization of energy
     10:05 am Morning keynote – speaker tbc
 
     10:30 am Networking break
     
     11:00 am Session II: Nuclear Energy

Britain will have to strike new international agreements with Canada and other countries to maintain access to nuclear power technology after confirming it intention to leave Euratom, the pan-European atomic energy regulator. This will complicate the UK’s plans to build a new generation of nuclear power stations and rebuild the country’s nuclear supply chain. As the UK and Canada have affirmed their support for nuclear energy, committing to multi year new builds and retrofits. The session will explore opportunities for collaboration on nuclear energy.

  • Developer and retrofit
  • Decommissioning and asset management
  • New entrants
 

 

     12:00 pm Luncheon with address from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy – speaker tbc
     1:30 pm Session III: Oil and gas

The session will address the risks – and rewards – in the oil and gas sector in this time of tremendous change. Panelists will review developments in the UK and Canadian oil and gas markets, with an offshore focus. The decisions that are being made to diversify energy supply will be examined, as will the role that oil and gas will play in light of volatility around price, technological advances and political approvals for projects. Strengthening collaboration and linking supply chain opportunities between the North Sea and the Canadian east coast will be explored.

 
  • Oil
  • Gas and LNG
  • Supply chain
  • Regulatory and framework
      2:30 pm  Close by Jason Langrish, President, The Energy Roundtable

Photos from the 2016 National Energy Roundtable