About The Conference

Following the success of our inaugural Carbon Tracking and Reporting Canada Conference in November 2022, the 2nd edition of the Emissions Tracking and Reporting Canada Conference, aligned with Canada's 2030 targets, will be held on November 28-29, 2023, in Calgary, Alberta.

Canada has implemented regulations and policies to reduce carbon and methane emissions and mitigate climate change. As part of this effort, they have committed to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050, reducing carbon and methane emissions by 45 and 75 percent, respectively, by 2025. Provincial legislation, such as the Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) system and the Carbon Competitiveness Incentive Regulation (CCIR), are at the core of Alberta's approach to supporting practical mitigation efforts and investing in clean technology.

2023 Conference Brochure

These regulations mandate measuring, tracking, and reporting emissions for specific industries, including oil and gas. Complying with these regulations is critical to avoid penalties, maintain a social license, and demonstrate a commitment to environmental responsibility.

Alberta is known for its rich natural resources, particularly oil and gas reserves. By implementing effective emission tracking and reporting practices, the industry can carry out resource development sustainably. Monitoring and reporting emissions help minimize the industry's environmental impact, mitigate climate risks, and demonstrate a commitment to more sustainable resource extraction. Publicly disclosing emissions data showcases companies' commitment to reducing their carbon footprint in the province. This transparency builds trust with stakeholders, including communities, investors, regulators, and the public, fostering a sense of accountability for the environmental impact of their operations as part of their ESG strategy. 

Benefits of Attending:

  • Explore cutting-edge technology and software solutions for accurately tracking and reporting emissions 
  • Keep up to date with regulations and tracking requirements to ensure compliance.
  • Gain valuable insights into emissions tracking and reporting practices, methodologies, and technologies
  • Foster constructive dialogue with regulators to build stronger relationships and align on emissions tracking and reporting requirements
  • Stay ahead of evolving regulations by implementing proactive adjustments and compliance strategies
  • Benefit from the expertise of a range of industry speakers who offer specialized knowledge and insights to keep your organization ahead of the curve
  • Make your company more attractive to investors and partners who prioritize ESG and gain a competitive edge
  • Assess your tracking and reporting practices against the Canadian Oil & Gas industry standard to identify areas for improvement



Ashwani Dev
Ashwani Dev
Chief Digital Officer
Crowley Government Services
Deidra Garyk
Deidra Garyk
Manager, ESG & Sustainability
Trican Well Service
David Gowland
David Gowland
Director of ESG & Stakeholder Engagement
Crescent Point Energy
Milos Krnjaja
Milos Krnjaja
Senior Specialist, Emissions
The Alberta Energy Regulator
Tyler Tarnoczi
Tyler Tarnoczi
Sr Specialist, Climate and Sustainability
Cenovus Energy
Scott Volk
Scott Volk
Director of Emissions & Innovation
Tourmaline Oil
Sophie Whiticar
Sophie Whiticar
Decarbonization System Strategist
TC Energy
Alice Yu
Alice Yu
Sr. Advisor, GHG and Air Emissions
Pembina Pipeline Corp.

What You Missed Last Year

What did you miss at the inaugural Carbon Tracking & Reporting Canada Conference? Get your copy of the Post Event Report to view event statistics, testimonials, photos, and more.

We are thrilled to partner with Brella, an award-winning networking tool that allows you to schedule one-on-one meetings with the most relevant attendees at Carbon Tracking and Reporting Conference in Canada.

Click here for more information

In 2022 Our Attendees Learned About:

  • Recent International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Exposure Drafts and the implications for Canadian Oil & Gas companies from Suncor Energy
  • The Canadian Government's methane policy objectives and a statistical update on progress to date from Alberta Energy Regulator
  • A panel discussion moderated by Pembina Institute on obstacles major oil and gas operators and producers are facing in Canada to meet their emissions targets
  • Existing challenges medium and small size Oil and Gas companies are facing to track carbon, methane and other GHG emissions from Carbon Management Canada
  • Including Scope 3 emissions and the ability to accurately track them in the Energy industry moderated by Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada PTAC
  • The Value and Criticality of Product-level EST Transparency from Deloitte
  • The role of carbon accounting solutions in providing the needed insight to quantify and measure carbon emissions from Suncor Energy
  • Alberta open data oil sands greenhouse gas emission intensity analysis from Fuzeim and how to accelerate sustainability outcomes through Data Access, Analytics and Action from SEEQ

2022 Event Highlights