Forecasting Trends in the Energy Industry for 2017

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Geowomen is excited to start the 2017 with our upcoming presentation on January 26 which will be given by Jackie Forrest, P.Eng., MBA – Director of Research, ARC Energy Research Institute . Jackie will be talking about  “FORECASTING TREND IN THE ENERGY INDUSTRY FOR 2017”
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Jackie Forrest is the Director of Research at ARC Energy Institute.  Jackie actively monitors emerging strategic trends related to energy. She is an author and sought after public speaker with 20 years of experience in the energy industry. She has written numerous blogs and columns on energy issues, and is a regular contributor to the Daily Oil Bulletin and the National Post publications. She is also a recognized expert in analyzing oil and gas systems in a carbon constrained world.  Prior to joining ARC, she was the leader of North American crude oil research for IHS CERA. Jackie has published more than 16 public papers on energy issues, covering a range of topics, including US oil supply sources, markets for Canadian crude oil, environmental regulation, technology and five papers on life cycle GHG emissions from crude oil.  Jackie has extensive experience moderating dialogues, helping people share different perspectives on issues critical to the future of energy markets. Jackie attended the University of Calgary where she received an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering.  She also has an MBA from Queens University. You can follow her on Twitter @JackieForrest and at www.arcenergyinstitute.com

WHEN :  Thursday January 26 2017

WHERE:  The University of Alberta Calgary Centre, #120, 333 – 5th Ave SW

AGENDA:   11:30AM Networking

12:00 Presentation by Jackie Forrest

Note: this is a free Event – no registration required, women and men are invited to attend.

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