1st Annual Richard Marceau* Energy Symposium

A NEW LOOK AT CANADA’S ENERGY SYSTEM

Powering the Economy and Achieving Environmental Objectives

November 9, 2016
Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park

 

 

 

*Dr. Richard Marceau – 1953-2016
A true Canadian Energy Visionary – Inspiration for Canada: Winning as a Sustainable Energy Superpower; Canada: Becoming a Sustainable Energy Powerhouse

Purpose:

The First Richard Marceau Energy Symposium delivered positive results for its several purposes. First and foremost, we paid tribute and honour to our friend and mentor, an inspiration and supporter of our work for many years, the late Dr. Richard Marceau. We also presented status reports on key initiatives underway by Associates of The Bowman Centre for Sustainable Energy to our supporters in the Sarnia and Lambton County area. Finally, we used the time together to engage in discussions amongst the Associates to push ahead with project work toward Canada’s future.

Presentations: (click on the title to see the presentation)

Key-note Address: Eddy Isaacs
Energy Transformation, the Innovation Revolution and Big Projects

Peter Frise, Canadian Academy of Engineering:
Tribute to Dr. Richard Marceau, and His Big Project Work

Guy Van Uytven, Canadian Society of Senior Engineers:
Energy Compass - 2020 and beyond

Walter Petryschuk:
Two Pillars of Canada’s Energy System – Hydrocarbons and Electricity

Clement Bowman:
Canada’s Energy Future (Proposal to Canada’s Premiers)

John Kramers:
The ProGrid Selection, Evaluation and Ranking Methodology

Guy Van Uytven:
Big Project 2 – Canada West Hydro Development

Don Wood, Ed Brost, Axel Meisen:
Big Project 1:
• Hydrocarbons Beyond Combustion (LAMP21)
• Bitumen Beyond Combustion: Fundamentals

Rapporteur’s Report:

A rapporteur’s report on the presentations, including summaries of workshops held on the two Big Projects, was prepared by Marshall Kern. It is available by clicking here.

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