The Canadian energy industry has weathered a highly turbulent several years by finding operational efficiencies, implementing new technologies and through consolidation. The sector is recovering – according to some in a big way – and positioning itself as a longer-term value play.
Home to 25% of the free world’s oil and with massive natural gas reserves, large-cap oil and gas producers have already reinvented themselves from growth-oriented explorers to dividend-payers. Smaller producers are consolidating so that they can profit down the road. Larger firms are also speeding up their own adaptations by diversifying into power renewables as Canada mulls a national electrification strategy.
Value investors are coming into the sector as businesses demonstrate the ability to generate enduring free cash flow streams and deliver burnished ESG credentials.
This virtual event gathered a high-powered line-up of capital markets focused speakers from Calgary, Toronto and New York City to make the case for Canadian energy. To watch the recording of the event please click on the Watch Video button located below.
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|Jason Langrish, President, The Energy Roundtable
|Panel discussion: The Case for Canadian Energy
|Q & A