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New Speaker Added: Strategy and Implications of Project Reconciliation – PASC Education Day 2019, September 16


Strategy and Implications of Project Reconciliation

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The Situation The way we’ve tried to build energy infrastructure hasn’t worked. Project Reconciliation represents new thinking, and the Trans Mountain pipeline is a historic opportunity to show what Reconciliation in action really is.  Canada can make the Trans Mountain pipeline a Reconciliation pipeline by selling a majority stake to Indigenous communities, so they can create a Sovereign Wealth and Reconciliation Fund that will generate long-term revenues for Indigenous communities across the West.

Where are we at?   Increasingly, Indigenous communities are seeking deeper engagement and have engaged in building economic partnerships in the oil and natural gas industry. In Alberta, BC and Saskatchewan, First Nations are saying they need to be a part of the energy projects that are occurring on their lands with ownership seen as the key to economic growth and prosperity. How are styles of negotiation evolving and what will the agreements and business partnerships look like? Project Reconciliation’s innovative ownership structure is open to almost 340 First Nations and Metis communities in Alberta, B.C., and Saskatchewan.  Project Reconciliation has submitted an offer and is ready to move into discussion/negotiation with the federal government.

Stephen Mason - Project Reconciliation

The Presentation – Stephen Mason, Managing director & Founder, Project Reconciliation-   Steve brings over 40 years of success in developing domestic and international energy business opportunities. He has led the start-up of seven companies with the most significant being Artumas Group Inc., which reached an enterprise value of $1 billion with over 200 employees in Canada, Tanzania and Mozambique. Steve brings extensive experience with high-level government policy makers, Indigenous communities and non-governmental agencies. He earned a B.Comm in Finance from the University of Guelph.

This is just one of the presentations at the 2019 Education day presented by PASC. You will not want to miss out as limited spaces and corporate tables remain.

 

Register Now using Code: ENERGYNOW, to save $25.00 on individual registrations or save $200.00 on the purchase of a corporate table. Register Now

For more information and to register visit https://www.petroleumaccountants.com/events/education/



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