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Premierís Energy Summit
January 31, 2003
Fort St. John, B.C.

Premier Campbell speaks at the Premier∑s Energy Summit.

Premier Gordon Campbell and Energy and Mines Minister Richard Neufeld hosted the Premierís Energy Summit on January 31, 2003 in Fort St. John.

The summit provided an opportunity for discussion between energy users, the service sector, First Nations, the educational community, as well as producers of oil and gas, alternative energy, coal power and independent power.

The following Perspectives on Moving Forward were presented at the summit.

Oil and Gas Producer Perspective
A Perspective on B.C.ís Energy Policy Adobe Acrobat Reader. (PDF - 350KB)
John Langille, Canadian Natural Resources
An Overview of Dynamic Oil and Gas Adobe Acrobat Reader. (PDF - 475KB)
Wayne Babcock, Dynamic Oil and Gas
Service Sector Perspective
Northern Society of Oilfield Contractors & Service Firms Adobe Acrobat Reader. (PDF - 190KB)
Bob Fedderly, Northern Society of Oilfield Contractors and Service Firms
Coal Power Producers and Independent Power Producers
Coal-fired Power Projects in B.C. Adobe Acrobat Reader. (PDF - 444KB)
Chris Heffring, EPCOR
Energy for Our Future: An Independent Power Producers Perspective Adobe Acrobat Reader. (PDF - 1.1MB)
Stuart Croft, Summit Power Group
BC Hydro Perspective
Energy Opportunities for Customers, Suppliers and Communities Adobe Acrobat Reader. (PDF - 705KB)
Bev Van Ruyven, BC Hydro
Energy User Perspective
Presentation to the Premierís Energy Summit Adobe Acrobat Reader. (PDF - 192KB)
Ed Dylke, CANFOR
Education and Community Perspective
Educational Perspectives on the Energy Plan for British Columbia Adobe Acrobat Reader. (PDF - 732KB)
Dr. Charles J. Jago, President and Vice-Chancellor
University of Northern British Columbia
Alternative Energy Perspective
Alternative Energy Options: A Perspective for British Columbia Adobe Acrobat Reader. (PDF - 1.4MB)
Dr. Geoffrey Ballard, General Hydrogen
First Nations Perspective

Investing in Self Reliance Adobe Acrobat Reader. (PDF - 3.1MB)
Calvin Helin, Native Investment and Trade Association

To read the provinceís Energy Plan, click on the image below.

Energy Plan for our future.

 
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