Calgary’s has a longstanding international reputation for hosting the World’s Oil and Gas Industry.
In 2000, Calgary hosted one of the most successful World Petroleum Congresses in history. In 2013, Calgary also hosted the energy industry Future Leaders Forum. Calgary without question is the Oil and Gas epicenter for industry collaboration. Industry delegates from global nations continue to visit Calgary for business year round.
24TH WORLD PETROLEUM
Associate your business and industry expertise with 50 years of energy leadership. be part of the future of energy and help shape the next decades to come by becoming an official sponsor.
Join a legion of international exhibitors. Presenting to >5,000 registered delegates from over 80 countries and international professionals from across the world-wide energy sector.
Attendance by CEOs and C-Suite staff of global majors, independents, NOCs, midstreamers, refiners, traders, and suppliers as well as Ministers and senior government officials from around the world.
Showcase Canada’s leadership role in the responsible development of net zero petroleum practices to the world. Technical tours to world class operating
our bid journey
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WPC Canada Executive
Chairman, WPC Canada
President, Canadian Organizing Committee for 24th WPC
J. Dean Tucker
Secretary Treasurer, WPC Canada
Officer – WPC Executive Committee, 24th WPC, Canada Host Representative
WPC Canada Future Leaders Committee, Chair
WPC Canada BOARD
WHO WE ARE?
- Membership includes over 60 representatives from industry, government and academia.
- The Canadian National Committee of the World Petroleum Council (WPC)
The principal purpose of the World Petroleum Council (WPC) is to promote the management of the world’s petroleum resources for the benefit of mankind. To meet those aims, the WPC encourages the application of scientific and technological advances and the study of economic, financial, management, environmental and social issues relating to the petroleum industry.
What We Do
- Liaise with the World Petroleum Council ( www.world-petroleum.org )
- Organize the Canadian Business Development Program for the World Petroleum Congress
- Canada’s Booth for International Contacts and Information
- Canadian Reception & Technical Program
- Create Technology Exchange Opportunities for our members
- Organising Canada’s participation at all World Petroleum Congresses.
- Organising WPC Canada networking events in Calgary and Canada
- Engaging youth in the Canadian O&G industry
WPC Canada is the Canadian National Committee of the World Petroleum Council (WPC); a non-political, non-governmental organization accredited by the United Nations. Participating in WPC is critical in keeping Canadian members connected and informed about the worldwide oil and gas industry, and Canada has enjoyed member status since 1957. WPC Canada is part of an international effort promoting an understanding of how the oil and gas sector contributes to sustainable development. The organization continually advances the development of the petroleum industry on a foundation of respect for individuals and communities, ethics and government standards, and world-class technical solutions. Thereby improving people’s lives worldwide and creating value for all stakeholders. WPC Canada won the right to host the 24th World Petroleum Congress after a very close vote in St. Petersburgh, Russia in June 2019. To learn more about WPC Canada please visit wpccanada.com
WPC Canada – Future Leaders presents our fast-paced and thought-provoking event featuring short 5-10 minute talks (similar to the TED format) from some of Calgary’s top game changers. You will hear ideas from speakers across Calgary‘s energy industry including start-up founders, academics and business leaders.
Returning to the United States for the first time in over 30 years, the 23rd World Petroleum Congress will transform Houston, Texas into the epicenter of the global energy debate from December 5-9, 2021.
Recognized as the energy capital of the world, the host city is home to 4,600 energy firms and a hub of technological innovation and entrepreneurship both within the energy sector and across aligned sectors.