Tuesday 12:00 - 13:15
Location: MR 114/115

CCS has been proven and acknowledged to be an essential technology for global climate change goals. Canada is a leading force in CCS – often sought for its expertise on the world stage. This panel will profile large-scale projects in the country and offer learnings on how they got there, why they chose CCS and the drivers that influenced their business decisions. Panelists will describe the value that is a take-away from time of inception and up to now; as well as discuss what is needed today to see mass deployment of this important technology.

Complementary buffet luncheon, exact time to be confirmed


  • Kent Stuehmer, Vice President Cement Operations, Canada Region – Lehigh Cement
  • Trevor Williams, Senior Vice President, Nitrogen Production, Redwater Facility – Nutrien Ltd.
  • Jeff Pearson, President, Carbon Business Unit – Wolf Midstream
  • Tim Wiwchar, Operations Manager, Quest – Shell Canada
  • Beth Hardy, Vice President Strategy and Stakeholder Relations, International CCS Knowledge Centre

Note: This session is open to GLOBE Forum passholders. If you haven’t purchased a GLOBE Forum pass, but would like to attend, please notify our on site registration staff.