Join Industry expert Tracey Osmond on November 22 for an in-depth discussion on how the Carbon Tax will impact your business and what are the best practices for regulatory compliance.
The session will discuss and review the implications of the Federal Fuel Charge that will come into effect in Alberta, January 1, 2020. With the repeal of the Climate Leadership Act there is no longer the 2023 oil and gas production exemption for producers. In its place, the Federal Fuel Charge will replace the Carbon Levy with new compliance requirements. The Alberta government is also currently developing an opt-in approach for Conventional oil and gas under the TIER program for emitters.
In its quest to deliver enhanced value to stakeholders, PASC is excited to introduce the POWER PLAY, a two-hour session on urgent and critical issues that are of importance to the energy industry. As a “play” on both petroleum and hockey, these special sessions will be informative and delivered in a timely fashion outside of our normally-scheduled programming.
This event qualifies for up to two hours of continuous professional development.
Members: $75.00 +GST
Nonmembers: $90.00 +GST
Breakfast will be provided
Tracey Osmond, FCPA, FCGA, Senior Manager, Indirect Tax, Grant Thornton LLP
Tracey is a senior manager with Grant Thornton LLP in Calgary, where she enjoys helping clients manage their Canadian sales, fuel and carbon tax risks. Her broad understanding of sales, fuel and carbon taxes is backed by 20 years of combined experience in public practice and as indirect tax director for a large fuel marketer.
Tracey has assisted hundreds of organizations with commodity tax matters such as audits, mergers and acquisitions, integrations, cross-border activities and IT implementations and uses her in-depth understanding of indirect taxes and business practices to reduce tax risks and compliance costs. She is also a past presenter on sales and carbon Tax matters.
To register for this event, please visit: www.petroleumaccountants.com