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Argus Canadian Crude Summit

The 4th annual Argus Canadian Crude Summit returns to Calgary and is part of Argus Canada Week. Gather with the Canadian energy industry for a week of market insight and networking.

Keynote Speaker announced:

Marg McCuaig Boyd


The Honourable Margaret McCuaig-Boyd, 

Alberta Minister of Energy

As Minister of Energy, McCuaig-Boyd has helped spearhead key initiatives such as the successful launch of Alberta’s Modernized Royalty Framework, increasing market access for oil and natural gas, and growing private investment in the value-added sector to help secure Alberta’s future through a more diversified energy economy. Read full bio

Join organizations from the oil sands, refining, government and transportation sectors to hear the latest developments on crude markets. Network and do business at the premier event designed for Canadian oil.

Book by March 23 and save $300!

2018 speakers include:

  • Naomi Esfahani, Market Analysis and Research, Suncor Energy Marketing Inc. 
  • Dominic Lajoie, Sr. Manager Market Development, Pembina Pipeline Corporation
  • Sophia Munoz-Guzman, IT Sr. Supervisor, CDN Production, Devon Energy
  • Eric Peterson, Director of Analytics, ARB Midstream
  • Dinara Millington, Vice President Research, CERI 
  • Pat Melia, Derivatives Trader, Koch Supply & Trading 
  • Neil Earnest, President, Muse Stancil
  • Sandy Fielden, Director, Oil and Products Research, Morningstar 
  • Dominic Haywood, Head of North American Crude Analysis, Energy Aspects 
  • Joe Leto, President, EAI 
  • Jeff Kralowetz, Vice President Business Development, Argus
    ...and more!

Preview of topics include:

  • Understand the position of Canada and the US in the global crude market as the new marginal export barrel given OPEC production cuts, non-OPEC declines and a rising shortfall in the Far East
  • Get insight into Canadian diluent demand and the cost of production, well completion and connectivity 
  • Understand the opportunities at the US Gulf coast from pricing and infrastructural dynamics and what that means for Canadian crude in the year ahead
  • Learn what heavy crude competition from Latin America will mean for Canadian barrels including logistical constraints, political instability and quality of the different grades and how Canada can fill the gap

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Conference Agenda

Tuesday, May 1
12:30 - 13:00 Registration and Refreshments
13:00 - 15:00 Session 1: Market Drivers Impacting Canadian Crude
  • Shifting trade flow dynamics: Understand the position of Canada and the US in the global crude market as the new marginal export barrel given OPEC production cuts, non-OPEC declines and a rising shortfall in the Asian market
  • Western Canadian crude flows: Crude inventories in Alberta have crossed into record territory and there has been little in the way of relief as pipeline congestion and required lead times for crude-by-rail alternatives have limited exports. Understand what market access will look like and the arbitrage forecast for Canadian barrels
    Is US Gulf coast crude export infrastructure adequate? A review of existing and planned US Gulf coast export infrastructure and the supply/demand fundamentals behind export growth
  • Pricing at the US Gulf coast: Crude exports out of the US Gulf coast are increasing and opportunities for Canadian crude are looking up. Understand how price is evolving for Canadian crude at the US Gulf coast and beyond
Speakers:
Dominic Haywood, Head of North American Crude Analysis, Energy Aspects
Eric Peterson, Director of Analytics, ARB Midstream
Sandy Fielden
, Director, Oil and Products Research, Morningstar
Jeff Kralowetz, Vice President Business Development, Argus
15:00 - 15:30 Break
15:30 - 16:00 Presentation: Managing Energy Commodity Price Risk
  • Learn how to utilize hedging tools to lock-in forward prices and protect optionality
Speaker:
Pat Melia, Director Derivatives Trading, Koch Supply and Trading
16:00 - 17:00 Session 2: North American Shale and Heavy Barrel Competition
  • North American shale: Understand the dynamics across all production areas shaping the heavy, light and medium-sour crude grades in North America and how WCS and bitumen grades are competing 
  • Latin American supply: Understand heavy crude competition from Latin America, including logistical constraints, political instability and quality of the different grades and how Canada can fill the gap for heavy crude demand 
Speakers:
Joe Leto, President, EAI
Neil Earnest
, President, Muse Stancil

17:00 - 18:00 Reception
Wednesday, May 2
07:30 - 09:00 Registration and Breakfast 
09:00 - 10:30 Session 3: Future of Canadian Oil - Production, Challenges and Opportunities
  • Get the latest production forecast and supply costs for Canadian crude, both conventional and oil sands. Understand what foreign crude imports will be in Eastern Canada against potential domestic supply from the west. Understand the costs, emissions and economic implications
  • Outlook for condensate supply/demand and production from the Montney and Duvernay fields
Speakers:
Dinara Millington, Vice President Research, Canadian Energy Research Institute 
Dominic Lajoie
, Sr. Manager Market Development, Pembina Pipeline Corporation
Tim McMillan
, President and CEO, Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
10:30 - 11:00  Break
11:00 - 12:00 Session 4: Future of North American Refining and Quality Challenges
  • Crude quality: Understand the difference between paraffin froth treatment crudes such as Kearl and Fort Hills as contrasted to dilbits such as WCS
  • Refining outlook: What is the light-heavy spread outlook for North American refiners? Will increased supply of light sweet crude in markets put pressure on light-heavy spreads? As Marpol 2020 approaches, what will be the impact on Alberta bitumen?
Speakers:
Bill Lywood, President, Crude Quality Inc.
Ed Arnold, Vice President, Argus Consulting
12:00 - 12:30 Presentation: Western Canada Production
  • Takeaway capacity
  • Partial upgrading technologies
  • Economics
  • Cost competitiveness
  • Bitumen producer netbacks
Speaker: 
Naomi Esfahani, Market Analysis and Research, Suncor Energy Marketing Inc.
12:30 - 13:45 Lunch
14:00 - 15:00

Afternoon Keynote Address

Speaker: The Honourable Margaret McCuaig-Boyd, Alberta Minister of Energy

*Keynote address is open to all Argus Canada Week Delegates

15:00 - 15:15 Break
15:15 - 16:15 Session 5: The Road Ahead
  • Future of the National Energy Board: Understand the role of the new Impact Assessment Agency of Canada and what that might mean for future projects
  • Developing Canadian shale: Understand where investment is flowing and the potential for shale development in Canada
Speakers:
Martin Ignasiak, Partner, Regulatory, Environmental, Aboriginal and Land, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt, LLP
Tom Whalen, President and CEO, Petroleum Services Association of Canada 
16:15 - 16:30 Break
16:30 - 17:00 Presentation: Future of Blockchain Technology in the Canadian Crude Market
  • Blockchain technology: What is the future of blockchain technology? Where have we seen it applied and what have we learned? What's next for blockchain and what might that mean for crude oil trading?
Speaker:
Geoffrey Cann, Partner Oil and Gas, Deloitte
17:00 - 20:00 Argus Canada Week Industry Reception

Murrieta’s Bar & Grill
808 1 St SW, Calgary, AB
T2P 1M9, Canada

*Program subject to change



Storage, Blending and Marketing Options for Canadian Crude
  • What investment are midstream companies making in oil storage assets at the USGC? What kind of storage will be available for WCS?
Session 5: Market Access at the US Gulf Coast and Beyond
  • What is the future of Canadian crude-by-rail? Canadian production is growing and there's lack of pipeline space. What will fill the gap to move Canadian crude to market? 
  • What is the capability of USGC infrastructure to handle growing crude supply? What investments are being made and what projects are in the works? What are the challenges and opportunities for Canadian crude?

Speakers:
Terry Doherty, Director Rail Strategy and Commercial Development, Genesis Energy
Sandy Fielden, Director, Oil and Products Research, Morningstar Commodities and Energy Inc.

Session 5: Market Access at the US Gulf Coast and Beyond
  • What is the future of Canadian crude-by-rail? Canadian production is growing and there's lack of pipeline space. What will fill the gap to move Canadian crude to market? 
  • What is the capability of USGC infrastructure to handle growing crude supply? What investments are being made and what projects are in the works? What are the challenges and opportunities for Canadian crude?

Speakers:
Terry Doherty, Director Rail Strategy and Commercial Development, Genesis Energy
Sandy Fielden, Director, Oil and Products Research, Morningstar Commodities and Energy Inc.




2018 Speakers
Marg McCuaig Boyd
The Honourable Margaret McCuaig-Boyd, Alberta Minister of Energy


As Minister of Energy, McCuaig-Boyd has helped spearhead key initiatives such as the successful launch of Alberta’s Modernized Royalty Framework, increasing market access for oil and natural gas, and growing private investment in the value-added sector to help secure Alberta’s future through a more diversified energy economy.

Prior to her election, McCuaig-Boyd served as part of the executive team at Grande Prairie Regional College, where she oversaw aspects of the college’s trades program. She also served as a public school teacher and administrator for more than 20 years and operated a consulting company to support small- and medium-sized businesses.

McCuaig-Boyd graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor’s Degree in education, and holds a Master’s Degree in administration and leadership from San Diego State University.
Dinara Millington, Vice President, Research, CERI
Dinara Millington, Vice President Research, CERI

Dinara Millington joined CERI in February 2004 and assumed her current role as Vice President, Research in April 2014. Dinara is responsible for managing the Institute's research agenda including leading the oil sands projects, assisting in the production of market research, economic analysis and economic modeling. Ms. Millington has participated in various projects involving oil sands, crude oil, natural gas, LNG, and renewable energy.

Dinara is also Editor-in-Chief of the Institute's Commodity Reports on crude oil and natural gas and provides economic commentary for CBC, Global TV, The Globe and Mail, the BNN and other local, national and international news outlets.

Dinara graduated with a Master of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Calgary, specializing in Econometrics and Time-series Analysis. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics with minor in Finance. Ms. Millington spent some time studying at Masarykov University in Brno, Czech Republic, as well as worked and lived abroad in Kazakhstan.
Pat Melia, Director, Derivatives Trading,  Koch Supply and Trading
Pat Melia,
Derivatives Trader, Koch Supply & Trading

Pat Melia is based in NYC as a Derivatives Trader with Koch Supply & Trading, LP. He currently trades paper derivatives on ethanol and crude differentials, and has trading experience in crude oil, natural gas, refined products, NGLs and petchems. Pat is well versed in swaps and options, hedging tools which the Koch desk communicates as a resource and liquidity provider to a diverse customer base that includes producers, refiners, midstream marketers, and consumers with exposure to commodity prices. Prior to joining Koch’s Derivatives desk in 2005, Pat held various Upstream exploration assignments as a Geophysicist with Atlantic Richfield before moving into Downstream trading with ARCO and Texaco. A frequent visitor to Calgary, Pat is well known within the Canadian oil patch and counts many business partners and friends here. Pat earned university degrees in Geology (Albany, NY), Geophysics (Texas A&M), and Finance (UCLA).
Neil Earnest
Neil Earnest,
President, Muse Stancil

Neil K. Earnest is the President of Muse, Stancil & Co. with over 30 years of industry experience. Muse provides customized consulting services to the downstream energy industry, focusing on offering an integrated combination of technical and business expertise.

As a consultant, he has worked on a broad range of assignments in the downstream sector around the world. Neil has also headed most of Muse’s Canadian engagements related to market analysis and development of business strategy, with a concentration on assisting clients interested in upstream-downstream integration possibilities.

Prior to joining Muse in 1991, Neil was with Phillips Petroleum Company for 11 years in a variety of refinery and headquarters positions. Neil holds a B.S. in chemical engineering from Michigan State University and an M.B.A. from University of Houston - Clearlake. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Texas.
Sandy Fielden
Sandy Fielden,
Director, Oil and Products Research, Morningstar

Mr. Fielden is the Director of Research for the Commodities and Energy group at Morningstar. Prior to joining Morningstar in 2016, he was Director of Energy Analytics within RBN Energy. At RBN, he authored and edited a daily blog distributed to 20,000 energy professionals and frequently presented at RBN’s “School of Energy” conferences.

Mr. Fielden has more than 30 years of experience in the oil and gas industry and holds the Energy Risk Professional designation from the Global Association of Risk Professionals. Fielden holds a bachelor’s degree in international history and politics from Leeds University and a master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in international business from Bradford University.
Dominic Haywood
Dominic Haywood,
Head of North American Crude Analysis, Energy Aspects

Dominic specialises in North American crude oil market analysis. His work at Energy Aspects centres on supply and demand fundamentals, with a particular emphasis on regional crude balances, trade flows and grades. His research covers specialist areas such as Cushing storage, pipeline arbitrage and Canadian oil sands market dynamics. Prior to Energy Aspects he worked for a London based commodity fund as an oil derivatives trader, and for UBS in New York. Dominic holds a BA from Nottingham University and a GDL in Law from the University of Law, London. Dominic is currently an MBA candidate at Warwick Business School, where he is enrolled on the Global Energy MBA programme.
Joe Leto
Joe Leto,
President, EAI

Joe Leto is the co-founder and president of EAI, Inc. (Energy Analysts International, Inc.) headquartered in Westminster, Colorado. EAI, Inc. was incorporated in 1982 to provide companies in the energy business with leading edge industry studies, products and services across the spectrum of the energy business from resources through manufacturing and into the marketplace. One of Joe’s and EAI, Inc.’s areas of expertise has been logistics with project, strategy and investment support work across the pipeline, rail, marine and terminals business segments. Joe has an M.S. Chemical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University, B.S. Chemical Engineering from Wayne State University as well as graduate studies in Mineral Economics at the Colorado School of Mines.
Bill Lywood
Bill Lywood,
President, Crude Quality Inc.

Bill has been a long time contributor and Director with the Crude Oil Quality Association. He has co-chaired the Canadian crude technical committee and participates in a variety of other COQA initiatives.

Bill Is most commonly associated with the crudemonitor.ca data system which he designed and manages on behalf of the Canadian producers. Prior experiences in the crude production and refining industries complement Bill's understanding of petroleum reserve quality and value.

Bill is president of Crude Quality Inc., and holds a Bachelor of Applied Sciences degree from the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. 
Eric Peterson
Eric Peterson, Director of Analytics, ARB Midstream, LLC

Mr. Peterson is the Director of Market Research and Analytics at ARB Midstream, LLC, a midstream energy company based in Denver, CO. Mr. Peterson’s background includes over 10 years of professional experience in finance and market research, with an emphasis on the energy sector. Prior to joining ARB Midstream, he was the Manager of Strategic Planning and Market Research at NGL Energy Partners, one of the nation’s fastest growing energy MLP’s. Before transitioning into the energy sector, Mr. Peterson began his career as a Financial Analyst performing valuation analysis and researching equities and fixed income across multiple sectors. Mr. Peterson attended Utah Valley University where he received a B.S. in Finance.
Martin Ignasiak
Martin Ignasiak,
Partner, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Martin is the national Co-Chair of Osler’s Regulatory, Environmental, Aboriginal and Land Group. He has extensive experience in developing and executing strategies for obtaining necessary regulatory approvals for large scale industrial projects, including oil sands facilities, coal mines, pipelines and electric generation facilities. In his capacity as a regulatory lawyer, Martin has negotiated numerous impact benefit agreements. Martin also has extensive experience in electricity market regulation. Martin has appeared before all levels of court, including the Federal Court, Federal Court of Appeal, and Supreme Court of Canada. He has also appeared before, among others, the National Energy Board, the Alberta Energy Regulator (Energy Resources Conservation Board), Alberta Utilities Commission, Joint Review Panels established under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, the Alberta Environmental Appeals Board, the Mackenzie Valley Review Board and Land and Water Board and the Nunavut Water Board.
Naomi Esfahani, Market Analysis & Research, Suncor Energy Marketing Inc.
Naomi Esfahani, Market Analysis & Research, Suncor Energy Marketing, Inc.

Naomi Esfahani works at Market Analysis and Research group of Suncor Energy Supply Trading and Optimization, and contributes to the corporation’s outlook on short and long term fundamentals of crude oil markets. She is also a regional director of Professional Risk Managers International Association (PRMIA).

Naomi started her career as an engineer at Schlumberger Technology Center based in Tokyo and was involved in technology development projects for oilfields application, particularly in wireline, drilling and measurement services. Prior to joining Suncor, she was a risk analyst at BP Integrated Supply and Trading, and her duties included market risk oversight and credit risk projects. Naomi has also worked as a SAS Institute as a consultant with primary focus of developing advanced analytics for trading and risk management applications.

Naomi holds a B.Sc. and a M.Sc. in Robotics and Automation Engineering from Tohoku University (Japan), a Master of Mathematical Finance and a PhD in Operations Research from the University of Southern California (USA).
Tom Whalen
Tom Whalen, President and CEO, Petroleum Services Association of Canada

President and CEO of the Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC), Tom Whalen brings over 35 years of domestic and international industry experience to the position. Mr. Whalen is a past director of the PSAC Board. He was President & Managing Director of Baker Hughes Canada from December 2013 to May 2016. Previous to being appointed President of Canada, he was Vice President of the Canadian Pressure Pumping product line.

Mr. Whalen started his career in the energy sector in oil/gas well servicing, managing a rig fleet that provided a wide range of downhole services related to well completion, stimulation and work overs. He joined Baker Hughes in 1990 as an account manager for the oilfield chemicals division. During his tenure with Baker Hughes, he held positions including, field manager, district manager, business unit manager, country manager, Vice President of Marketing for Canada and the enterprise Vice President of Water Management.

Mr. Whalen also sits on the boards of four Calgary based organizations; the Women in Need Society, Little Rock Resources Ltd., Drillform Technical Services and Panoptic Automation Solutions.

His broad industry experience, combined with his MBA, gives Mr. Whalen the combination of insight and leadership that delivers value for PSAC member companies.
Geoffrey Cann
Geoffrey Cann,
Partner Oil and Gas, Deloitte

Geoffrey Cann is a Partner in the Calgary office of Deloitte, where he focuses on helping oil and gas companies create and embrace a digital future. He has been spearheading Deloitte’s advisory services in blockchain in the oil and gas industry.
Dominic Lajoie
Dominic Lajoie,
Sr. Manager Market Development, Pembina Pipeline Corporation

A valued member of Pembina Pipeline Corporation’s market development team, Dominic has 20+ years in the crude oil/condensate supply, trading and logistics. His solid reputation is built on his deep industry knowledge and strong ability to identify and maximize growth opportunities in the Midstream sector. Dominic holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta.
Tim McMillan, President and CEO, CAPP

Tim McMillan was appointed President and incoming CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) on October 1, 2014. The Saskatchewan native is responsible for leading activities in education and communications as well as policy and regulatory advocacy on behalf of CAPP member companies, which represent over 80 per cent of Canada’s upstream oil and natural gas production.

Tim grew up on a family farm near Lloydminster, where the McMillan family first homesteaded more than a century ago. After earning an economics degree from the University of Victoria, he traveled and worked overseas as an Information Technology professional. He later returned to the family farm and founded and operated an oilfield services company. His solid understanding of the oil and natural gas industry from both a business and landowner perspective, coupled with his background in economics, propelled his desire to seek a seat within the Saskatchewan Legislature.

In 2007, Tim was elected as a Saskatchewan Party MLA in the riding of Lloydminster. From 2010 until his appointment as President and CEO of CAPP, Tim held several strategic cabinet portfolios in the Government of Saskatchewan, including minister of energy and resources and minister of rural health.

Tim lives in Calgary with his wife and their two daughters.
Ed Arnold, Senior Consultant, Argus
Edward Arnold, Senior Consultant, Argus

Senior Consultant, covering petrochemicals, refining, upstream and biotechnology for Argus Consulting Services. He has 39 years’ experience conducting market risk analysis, feasibility studies and project valuations working for Jacobs Consultancy and UOP. He has provided advisory services for some of the world’s most successful petroleum refining, energy production, chemicals, petrochemicals, logistics and biotechnology organizations, as well as for banks, sovereign wealth funds, government agencies and entrepreneurial firms.
Jeff Kralowetz Vice President Business Development Argus

Jeff Kralowetz, Vice President Business Development, Argus

Jeff leads Argus business development in crude oil and NGL markets in North America. He opened Argus’ office in Calgary in 2010, and oversaw the expansion of crude oil and NGL price indices in Canada through the beginning of 2013. Previously, Jeff served as Argus’ news editor for the Americas.

A graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point, Jeff served 5 years as an aviation officer. He holds a master of arts degree from Baylor University.  
Stephen Jones
Stephen Jones,
Senior Vice President, Business Development, Argus

Stephen Jones joined Argus in October 2017 as Senior Vice President, leading the business development team for the petroleum sector. Stephen is responsible for Argus solutions that meet the needs of crude oil, refined products and natural gas liquids market participants. Stephen has expertise in all aspects of the energy business, having served clients for over 30 years in the industry.

Prior to Argus, Stephen was with Purvin & Gertz and IHS Market for 17 years where he was Vice President of the Refining & Marketing team. His led a large international group that provided research and consulting services to clients in the upstream, crude oil markets, natural gas liquids, chemicals, automotive, maritime, and midstream businesses. Also while at IHS, Stephen led the Energy Product Management team to integrate the legacy PFC Energy, Purvin & Gertz, and CERA market services. Stephen began his career with Exxon at the Baton Rouge Refinery where he held a variety of technical support, business planning, engineering supervision, and operations management positions. He then moved to Exxon’s Refining Headquarters and Supply & Trading team in Houston where he gained expertise in crude oil trading and refinery economics.

Stephen holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Tulane University.



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Registration Pricing:

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Early Registration
February 24 - March 23
$1795 CAD
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After March 23
$2095 CAD
Interested in the NGL and Petrochemical market? Attend the Argus Canadian NGL & Petrochemical Summit, May 3-4 and save 10% with a multi-event discount. Contact usconferences@argusmedia.com to learn more
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*Fees include participation in all sessions, conference luncheon/reception, coffee breaks, continental breakfast and one set of conference documentation per person. Travel and accommodation costs are not included.

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Antitrust Compliance Reminder

  • Argus takes compliance with antitrust law seriously. The purpose of the Argus Canadian Crude Summit is to provide a high-level update on changes taking place in the crude market including supply/demand fundamentals, North American infrastructure dynamics as well as understanding the complexities of global trade flows. The conference sessions will follow the agenda as circulated.
  • Argus reminds all participants of the need to be mindful of the requirement to comply with antitrust and competition laws. There should be no discussion of any matters relating to competition among participants, including discussion of individual prices, rates or market strategies and no exchange of  information concerning any other competitive aspect of an individual company’s operation. Should any participant to this conference attempt to initiate a discussion with other participants on any of these matters, we recommend that other participants end the conversation immediately, and at all times act in accordance with their own antitrust compliance policies and all applicable laws.

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Delegates are responsible for their hotel, travel and visa arrangements. Event room rates are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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The organizers will not accept liability for non-approval of visas, individual transport de­lays and transport disruption. In such circumstances, our normal cancellation rules and penalties apply. Where matters beyond the reasonable control of the organizers impair or prevent the organizers from being able to perform any activities relating to this event, each delegate releases the organizers from any liability, relating to such events.



Who attends:

  • Alberta Department of Energy
  • Alberta Government
  • Alberta Securities Commission
  • ARB Midstream, LLC
  • Arc Resources
  • ATB Financial
  • Baker & O'Brien, Inc.
  • Barclays
  • Calgary Herald
  • CAPP
  • Cenovus
  • CERI
  • CNRL
  • ConocoPhillips
  • Crescent Point
  • Crude Quality Inc.
  • Delta Air Lines, Inc.
  • EAI, Inc.
  • Enbridge Pipelines Inc.
  • Energy Aspects
  • Euler Hermes
  • ExxonMobil
  • Fairway Energy Partners, LLC
  • Freepoint Commodities LLC
  • Genesis Energy L.P.
  • GlobalView
  • Government of Alberta
  • Hartree Partners LLC
  • Husky Energy
  • Inter Pipeline
  • JACOS
  • Jefferson Energy Canada

  • Koch Supply and Trading
  • Lukoil Pan Americas, LLC
  • McAsphalt Industries Limited
  • Monroe Energy
  • National Bank of Canada
  • National Energy Board
  • National Steel Car
  • Natural Resources Canada
  • Nexen Energy ULC
  • OpenLink Financial
  • Pembina Midstream
  • Petrochina Canada Int'l. Inc.
  • Petro-Nav Inc.
  • Phillips 66
  • Repsol
  • Socar Trading Canada Ltd.
  • St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corp
  • Statoil Canada Ltd
  • Stikeman Elliott LLP
  • Suncor Energy Marketing Inc.
  • Tesoro Refining & Marketing
  • The Heritage Group
  • Thomson Reuters
  • Tonen General Americas L.L.C.
  • Trafigura Canada
  • TransCanada Pipelines
  • Tundra Energy Marketing Limited
  • United Energy Trading LLC
  • USD Group LLC
  • Valero
    ...and more!




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The Allegro software platform enables customers to handle their physical and financial positions and to optimize their assets and portfolios using tools that quantify and manage commodity risk. Allegro is headquartered in Dallas and has offices in London, Singapore, Houston, Jakarta, Calgary, Dubai and Zurich, along with a global network of partners.

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