Federal-Provincial-Territorial Energy Regulators Summit

When: Tuesday, March 1, 2016 - 09:00 - 13:00

Where: Vancouver

We live in rapidly changing times. Increasing and divergent pressures and priorities - whether environmental, social, political or otherwise - combine to demand more of Canada's energy regulatory frameworks to ensure efficient, environmentally-conscious, safe and orderly development and delivery of resources from start to finish. How do regulators ensure they continue to meet the high standards to which they are held by industry and the public while also delivering their mandates? How do regulators build relationships with and meet the expectations of Indigenous Peoples? What constitutes regulatory excellence? Where is the safe space for regulators to share with and learn from each other?

In 2014, the Alberta Energy Regulator commissioned the University of Pennsylvania's Penn Program on Regulation to develop a model for regulatory excellence. The final report Listening, Learning, and Leading: A Framework for Regulatory Excellence was released in October 2015 and provides a general framework for regulatory excellence based on a comprehensive body of work from international experts.

The Public Policy Forum, in partnership with the Alberta Energy Regulator, the National Energy Board, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and EY, invite you to a presentation of the research findings and a discussion about the implications of this new regulatory framework that enables regulators to meet the diverse demands of our times. Participants may pose questions to the speakers during a facilitated group discussion following the presentations.

Attendance to this event is by invitation only. For more information, please contact Rhonda Moore at Rhonda.moore@ppforum.ca.

 

With thanks to our partners