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Lots of networking opportunities and good overview of market.
- Business Development Analyst
Kinder Morgan
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Crude-by-Rail

Crude Market Opportunities, New Regulations, and the Impact of Price Volatility

April 14 - 15, 2015  ·  Calgary, Alberta
 
 
Featuring These Industry Experts and Many More!
 
McCown Brigham McCown
Chairman and CEO
Nouveau Inc.
Former Administrator
Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)
Girard Nicole Girard
Director General, Transportation of Dangerous Goods
Transport Canada
Molaro Greg Molaro
Vice-President, Operations,
Altex Energy
Goutcher Jeff Goutcher
Director, Chemical Sales
CSX Transportation
Miller Mike Miller
Vice-President
Western Canada Petroleum Rail Solutions
Savage Services
Zein Abudi Zein
Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer
ClipperData
Mindrup Shawn Mindrup
Senior Sales and Market Account Executive, Energy and Shortline Relations,
Kansas City Southern Railway
Delaney Jenna Delaney
Senior Energy Analyst
BENTEK Energy
Broadley John Broadley,
John H. Broadley & Associates;
Former Chief Counsel,
Federal Railroad Administration
Kloster Richard Kloster
SVP, Business and Strategic Development, and Technical Services,
AllTranstek
Rubin James W. Rubin
Counsel
Dentons
Roach Allan Roach
SVP Business Development
Watco Companies LLC
Weimer Gary Weimer
Consultant
Weimer Consulting
Fraser Derek Fraser
Director, Client Services, Petroleum Division,
Maxxam Analytics International
MacWilliam Alex MacWilliam
Partner
Dentons Canada LLP
 
 
Crude-by-Rail Event Overview
 
  • Analyze the impact of lower crude prices on crude-by-rail economics
  • Understand the new tank car regulations
  • Get status updates on which terminal projects are being shelved and which are still going ahead
  • Hear the railways discuss new capacity, network developments, and strategies to solve bottleneck issues
  • Find out what Canadian and U.S. regulators are going to do next
  • Access new markets that are looking for heavy and light Canadian crude
  • Get new solutions for integrating rail with waterborne networks
  • Limit the cost increases of compliance with new safety regulations
  • Hear the E&P take on how much rail capacity they're expecting to need
  • Discuss what positive outlooks on Keystone XL and Energy East mean for the future of crude-by-rail projects
  • Details of refinery appetites, capacity, and infrastructure in all of the major downstream markets
 
   
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Lots of networking opportunities and good overview of market.
- Business Development Analyst
Kinder Morgan
  
Quality of presentation all very well done.
- Senior Specialist Regulatory
Cenovus Energy
   
One of the better seminars for content that will help me do my work, rather than the typical self-promoting presentations.
- Business Development Consultant
Cauldron Energy
   
All speakers were very knowledgeable and information shared is very relevant.
- VP of Business Development and Rail Logistics
Troyer Ventures
   
Was a great source of info and opportunity to network.
- Account Manager
Fortress Engineering
   
Great information. Terminal information very helpful.
- Director, Field Operations nd Western Sales
Salco Products
   
Met a ton of great people and had meaningful conversations and learned a tremendous amount. . .
- Financial Analyst, Marketing
Bonanza Creek Energy
   
Helped with water/barge info.
- Marketing Manager
BNSF Railway
 
 
Who Should Attend This Event

  • Presidents, CEOs, COOs
  • VPs, Directors, and Managers of:
    • Logistics and Operations Crude Trading and Marketing Crude Supply and Sourcing Strategic Planning Supply Chain Management Crude Scheduling Crude Transportation Crude Testing Market Analysis Rail Operations Terminal Operation Regulatory Affairs Risk Management Health and Safety Business Development Legal Counsel
    From These Industry Sectors:
    • Producers
    • Refiners
    • Railway Operators
    • Transloaders
    • Midstream and Pipeline Operators
    • Midstream, Rail, and Pipeline Logistics Companies
    • Market Analysts
    • Terminal Developers and Operators
    • Crude Storage Facility Operators
    • Legal and Regulatory Counsel
    • Crude and Chemical Testers
    • Railcar Manufacturers and Lessors
     
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    The crude-by-rail industry is reacting to changes on two different fronts. On the safety front, new regulations are out, and more will be released in early 2015. It is vital that you understand how changes to tank car specifications and crude testing will impact your business. You'll also need to hear about the new regulations that are about to come out. On the crude marketing front, lower crude prices mean the industry has to reevaluate the economics of crude-by-rail. You need to figure out where Canadian crude will get the best prices. You need to get caught up on developments with railway and terminal capacity. You also need to find out which markets are buying Canadian crude.

    INFONEX's second annual Crude-by-Rail conference will build upon last year's success and provide the crude-by-rail industry with a forum to network, make connections and build relationships. Our faculty of industry leaders will provide updates on markets and destinations for Canadian crude, network and infrastructure developments, crude pricing expectations, and safety regulations.

    Find out how new safety regulations will impact your business. Calculate the new economics of crude-by-rail. Compare rail economics with Energy East, Keystone XL, and Northern Gateway. Find new markets for Canadian bitumen and light crude. Hear the railways discuss their network improvements and new destinations. Map out Canadian transload facilities and get status updates on development projects. Take advantage of rail's optionality and combine rail with waterborne vessels and pipeline.

    With new regulations set to come out, and lower crude prices causing uncertainty, now is the ideal time to attend. Join us in Calgary to make connections and get a comprehensive understanding of crude markets, and the crude-by-rail industry. Register today!

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