The Role of Natural Gas in Ontario's Energy Transition

October 3, 2023 (8:30 AM - 10:30 AM) (EDT)


Ontario is currently in process of procuring natural gas to help meet the provinces growing electricity shortfalls. A recent report by the Independent Electricity System Operator warns that phasing out gas-fired plants before 2030 would result in rotating blackouts and higher electricity bills.

Meanwhile, natural gas is enabling new technologies such as gas-fired hydrogen, fuel blending, and carbon capture and storage (CCS) to reduce emissions from hard-to-abate industries like steel and cement. As Ontario maps out pathways to decarbonization, this event will unpack fundamental questions around the role of natural gas in Ontario's energy transition and opportunities around CCS.

 Date: October 3, 2023 Timing: 8:30am-10:30 am Location: First Canadian Place, Suite 350 

Speakers Include: Rocco Rossi - President and CEO, Ontario Chamber of Commerce Sarah Petrevan - Vice President, Sustainability, Cement Association of Canada Mark Cameron - Vice President, External Relations, Pathways Alliance Tony Valeri, Decarbonization Investment Project Team – Funding and Government Relations, ArcelorMittal Dofasco Jim Redford - Vice President, Energy Services, Enbridge Gas Inc Dr. Josipa Petrunic - President and CEO, Canadian Urban Transit Research & Innovation Consortium Moderated by: Bonnie Hiltz -Vice President and Energy Practice Group Lead, Sussex Strategy

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First Canadian Place Suite
77 Adelaide St W
Toronto, ON Canada
October 3, 2023 (8:30 AM - 10:30 AM) (EDT)
Non-Chamber Event
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