Session Two – Offshore NL Within A Global Industry

Session Two will examine offshore Newfoundland and Labrador within the global industry, including a comparison of the local industry to international jurisdictions. Opportunities to enhance supply chain activity in the province will be examined and the session will include an update from ExxonMobil Canada about ongoing operations in Newfoundland and Labrador.


10:20 a.m.        Assessing the potential of retaining more oil & gas sector

supply chain activity in the province

David Campbell, President, Jupia Consultants

Early in the development of a new sector, much supply chain activity will be undertaken by well-established firms outside the region. Over time, more and more of that activity will stay in the region. David Campbell will look at supply chain spending trends in Newfoundland and Labrador’s oil & gas development industry, including where economic activity is taking place, sub-sectors which are most likely to benefit other jurisdictions and what the trend has been over a 10-year time frame. Recommendations relating to how the province could retain more supply chain spending while maintaining the industry’s competitiveness with other jurisdictions will also be discussed.


10:40 a.m.        A matter of ‘and, not or’ – Canada’s oil & gas industry

Christine Healy, President and CEO, Total E&P Canada

Christine Healy will delve into the importance of offshore oil & gas to Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as to the rest of Canada. She will discuss the key role Newfoundland and Labrador can play in the Canadian oil & gas industry and outline the value of working together to accomplish similar goals for the industry in Canada as a whole.


11:00 a.m.        ExxonMobil Update

Peter Larden, President, ExxonMobil Canada

Peter Larden will provide an update on ExxonMobil Canada’s activities in Newfoundland and Labrador with a focus on supporting Advance 2030 through exploration, growing production and advancing technology and innovation.


11:20 a.m.        Q & A

11:40 a.m.        Session Two concludes