Federal-Provincial-Territorial Energy Regulators Summit: The Future of Energy Regulation in Canada

When: Monday, June 13, 2016 - 08:30 - 14:00

Where: Montreal Quebec

The energy sector is changing rapidly. Energy regulators face increasing pressure to find a balance among multiple priorities - whether economic, environmental, social, political or otherwise – and continue to meet the high standards to which they are held by stakeholders: industry, Indigenous People, landowners, associations, and the media, to name a few. Regulators are also asked to play an active role in the efficient, environmentally-conscious, safe, and orderly development and delivery of resources from start to finish.  Evolving with the changing times requires energy regulators to come together to form a safe space to learn from one another and discuss what constitutes regulatory excellence in this new operating context.

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 an event that will feature four presentations and a candid group discussion about the future of energy regulation in Canada. The AER, NEB and CNSC will each deliver presentations on their respective models and approaches to identifying, defining, and demonstrating regulatory excellence. These presentations will be complemented by a review and discussion of Quebec’s new energy policy and the resulting implications for La Régie de l’énergie du Québec, and the rest of Canada.

For more information:

Rhonda Moore
Project Lead
Rhonda.moore@ppforum.ca
613-238-7858 x 230


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