APRIL 27-28, 2015
DELTA HOTEL
ST. JOHN'S, NL


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EXPLORING SOLUTIONS TO ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES IN NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR's OIL & GAS INDUSTRY.


NOTES, NEIAís Oil Industry and the Environment Seminar, is taking place on April 27-28, 2015 at the Delta Hotel in St. Johnís, Newfoundland and Labrador.

NEIA is a not-for-profit association of businesses which focuses on the growth and development of the green economy in Newfoundland and Labrador. In pursuit of this objective, we aim to drive the innovative capacity and productivity of our local industries as they relate to environmental protection, mitigation, or monitoring.

The oil and gas industry is an important contributor to our provinceís economy, and thus an area of significant opportunity for environmental sector growth. Our NOTES 2015 conference will provide an opportunity for persons involved in all aspects of Newfoundland and Labradorís oil and gas industry to share information, insights, and experience; showcase the innovative and effective solutions being applied in the region today; and discover exciting research underway locally that has the potential to be practically applied.

FEATURING PRESENTATIONS IN THE FOLLOWING THEMATIC SUBJECTS:


Development and application of new environmental technologies

Public and stakeholder consultation

Environmental modelling and monitoring

Environmental conditions and their influence on planning, design and conduct of oil and gas activities

Environmental regulatory processes

Planning and conducting environmental fieldwork, particularly in challenging environments

Environmental issues and their mitigation / management

Socioeconomic effects and benefits planning


AN EVENT FOCUSING ON SOLUTIONS.

NOTES 2015 is a solutions-focused event with the intent to contribute to the increased efficiency and sustainability of the industry. With Hon. Preston Manning as its keynote speaker, the conference features presentations and discussion on themes ranging from environmental modelling and monitoring to the development and application of new technologies.

For more information on NOTES 2015 and how you can get involved, contact Kieran Hanley, Manager of Policy and Communications with NEIA, at kieran@neia.org. For more information on NEIA, click here.
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