15 五月 - 16 五月 2019
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Argus Canadian Crude Summit

Your platform to explore and discuss the latest trends in Canadian crude markets.

Join 100+ senior oil market professionals at the Canadian crude oil trading event of the year.

Now on its 5th year, the Argus Canadian Crude Summit brings together key North American oil market participants representing producers, refiners, midstream, government, banks, brokers and more. Network with the entire supply chain to get the latest information on the commercial opportunities for Canadian supply and how the industry is navigating logistical constraints.

Keynote Speakers

Steve Reynish
Executive Vice President, Strategy and Operations Services, Suncor
As Suncor’s executive vice president, Steve is responsible for Environment, Health & Safety, Information & Process Management, Enterprise Technical, Projects, Corporate Strategy, Commercial & Business Development and Supply Chain & Field Logistics. Before joining Suncor, Steve held several senior positions developing and managing large scale oil sands and mining operations...
As Suncor’s executive vice president, Steve is responsible for Environment, Health & Safety, Information & Process Management, Enterprise Technical, Projects, Corporate Strategy, Commercial & Business Development and Supply Chain & Field Logistics. Before joining Suncor, Steve held several senior positions developing and managing large scale oil sands and mining operations. Steve is a current board member of the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies and has previously served on the boards of Canadian Oil Sands Limited, the Alberta Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society and Foundation (STARS) and the Canada Institute. Steve is a past member of the board of governors for the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP). Holding a master’s degree in both mining engineering and business administration, Steve is a Chartered Engineer, an European Engineer and has attended post-graduate courses at IMD in Switzerland and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Danielle Smith
Global News Radio, Danielle Smith Show
Danielle Smith is the host of the Danielle Smith Show on NewsTalk770 in Calgary. As a University of Calgary graduate with degrees in Economics and English, Danielle has had a lifelong interest in Alberta public policy and finding the right balance between free enterprise and individual rights, and the role of government. Danielle’s public policy experience began with an...
Danielle Smith is the host of the Danielle Smith Show on NewsTalk770 in Calgary. As a University of Calgary graduate with degrees in Economics and English, Danielle has had a lifelong interest in Alberta public policy and finding the right balance between free enterprise and individual rights, and the role of government. Danielle’s public policy experience began with an internship at the Fraser Institute. She was also elected as a trustee for the Calgary board of education and served as the director of the Alberta Property Rights Initiative and the Canadian Property Rights Research Institute. She was also the director of provincial affairs for Alberta with the Canadian Federation of Independent Business. Most recently she was a Member of the Legislative Assembly for Highwood, leader of the Official Opposition, and leader of the Wildrose Party. Before entering politics, Danielle had extensive experience in the media. She was an editorial writer and columnist at the Calgary Herald for six years. She served as host of Global Sunday, a national current affairs television talk show, and was also the host of two programs on CKMX 1060 AM radio in Calgary, Health Frontiers and Standing Ground. She has made frequent guest appearances as a commentator on TV and radio. She married her husband, David Moretta in 2006 and is the proud stepmother of David’s son Jonathan. Danielle and David live in High River with their two dogs, Caine and Colt.

Get actionable insight on the most critical issues impacting Canadian crude, including:

  • Crude-by-rail: How does crude-by-rail deliver into the US Gulf coast and West coast market? How much is the government willing to invest in railing Canadian crude and what are the capacity constraints?
  • Forecast for Canadian production: How are producers working to find alternative solutions to keep production going? What are the plans to stop production, if any?
  • Opportunities at the US Gulf coast: How does Canadian crude compete with Latin American barrels at the US Gulf coast? How much storage is available and what does that mean for Canadian supply?
  • Heavy crude demand: How are refiners planning their crude slate decisions? How will Marpol regulations impact demand for heavy sour crude?

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