Crude oil hit its highest level in more than three years at the start of 2018, but gains are expected to be short lived. Companies needs to find new opportunities to bring their products to new markets in order to stay competitive. And with competitors south of the border who have a cheaper product and less stringent carbon policies, transportation that is efficient and economical becomes that much more important.
The use of rail has made a comeback based on current and expected lack of pipeline capacity. The question is what do these changes mean for the Alberta oil and gas industry, and what can your company do to manage these issues?
Infonex's Hydrocarbon Transport will help your company explore its options. You'll hear market outlooks for hydrocarbons with a focus on how to successfully bring these products to markets. Our speakers will show you the need for solid relationships between the upstream and midstream providers, what makes for good or outstanding relationships and what upstream companies are looking for from the midstream.
Learn how to prepare for any potential changes in regulations, policy, or trade agreements; get updates on transportation of dangerous goods, case studies on how to effectively implement these regulations into your operations and the new terminals and facilities planned. You'll understand the strengths and weaknesses of both pipelines and railways as well as potential opportunities and threats for both.
With oil price fluctuations that may be just around the corner, you need to ensure your company is well positioned to tackle the upcoming challenges of stiff market competition and regulatory and policy changes. This event is an opportunity for you to meet and network with other industry professionals from midstream, upstream, and downstream companies with the goal of attracting, retaining, and enhancing your business and its operations. Join us in Calgary and find out everything you need to know to start moving hydrocarbons to market. Register today!
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