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Tuesday, July 23 • 2:30pm - 5:00pm
Innovative Greenhouse Gas Reduction and Reuse Strategies

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Reduction of GHG emissions is an important objective for PNWER jurisdictions. How can new technologies, such as carbon capture storage/reuse and strategies to boost the carbon sink capabilities in the forestry and agricultural industries, contribute to GHG reduction strategies across the region reduce GHG emissions?

Saskatchewan Prairie Resiliency Plan for Climate Change - Cooperation with Mining Sector
David Brock, Assistant Deputy Minister, Climate Change and Adaptation, Ministry of Environment
Government of Saskatchewan

Carbon Capture and Storage
Coal mining is an important economic driver for rural communities in the region. As utilities move to decarbonize portfolios how can carbon sequestration play a role in the future?

Anna Stukas, Business Development Lead at Carbon Engineering Ltd.
Tim Eckel, Vice-President for Asset Management, Planning and Sustainability at SaskPower

Agriculture Industry and Efforts to Increase Carbon Sink

Speaker to be announced

Forestry Industry and Efforts to Increase Carbon Sink
Mark Johnston, Saskatchewan Research Council, Senior Research Scientist

Concrete Industry and Efforts to Reduce GHG
Jonathan Moser, LaFargeHolcim

Mining Industry and Efforts to Reduce GHG
Jessica Theriault P.Eng, MBA | Director, Regulatory Affairs – Potash
The Mosaic Company

Note: Special Joint Session of Energy and Mining Working Groups

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David Brock

Assistant Deputy Minister for Climate Change & Adaptation, Ministry of Environment., Government of Saskatchewan
David M. Brock is Assistant Deputy Minister for Climate Change & Adaptation, Ministry of Environment. Prior to joining the Government of Saskatchewan in 2017, David served in the Government of the Northwest Territories as Deputy Secretary to Cabinet for Priorities & Planning. He has worked as a civil servant in Regina, Yellowknife, Iqaluit, and Ottawa. David studied political science at Dalhousie University, the University of Saskatchewan, and the University of Western Ontario; his doctoral research focused on the influence of science in public... Read More →
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Mark Johnston

Senior Research Scientist, Saskatchewan Research Council
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Jonathan Moser

Director and Head, LaFargeHolcim, Environment & Public Affairs
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Anna Stukas

Business Development Lead, Carbon Engineering Ltd.
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Jessica Theriault

Director, Regulatory Affairs – Potash, The Mosaic Company
Jessica Theriault is the Director of Regulatory Affairs for the Mosaic Company and holds an environmental engineering degree and MBA from the University of Regina. Jessica has over 20 years of environmental experience in the potash mining industry in Saskatchewan and currently oversees... Read More →
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Tim Eckel

Vice-President for Asset Management, Planning and Sustainability, SaskPower
Tim Eckel was appointed Vice President, Asset Management, Planning & Sustainability in 2017. Hehas over 30 years of experience in numerous roles within SaskPower, including as Vice President,Transmission Services.Mr. Eckel holds a Diploma in Electrical Engineering Technology from Saskatchewan Polytechnic, aBachelor of Science in Electrical Engineerin... Read More →

Tuesday July 23, 2019 2:30pm - 5:00pm
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