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Launched in 2021, the Canadian Energy Export Guide is jointly managed by a partnership involving Canadian government and industry.

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Now more than ever, the Trade Commissioner Service helps Canadian businesses grow with confidence by connecting them with our funding and support programs, international opportunities, and our network of trade commissioners in over 160 cities worldwide.

For Canadian Oil & Gas companies, pursuing a global diversification strategy is more important than ever. As Canada’s export credit agency and a financial Crown corporation, Export Development Canada’s mandate is to help such companies go, grow, and succeed in their international business by providing financing, insurance, bonding, and trade knowledge. They also support Canadian direct investment abroad and investment into Canada, with much of our business done in partnership with other financial institutions and through collaboration with the Government of Canada.

As a Canadian non-profit organization, CanadaCleantech leverages provincial and territorial strengths to be the reference, the national voice for the cleantech sector nationwide. Aside from the four co-founders – Alberta Clean Technology Industry Alliance (ACTia), BC Cleantech CEO Alliance, Ecotech Quebec and MaRS Cleantech – its network extends to 200+ cleantech CEOs and several Provincial/Territorial organizations. CanadaCleantech Alliance coordinates regional clusters, associations and hubs to identify and crowdsource issues, obtain guidance and mobilize for change. CanadaCleantech uses a comprehensive and coordinated approach that takes regional realities into account. It encourages its partners to go beyond sharing information and emphasizes joint value creation by generating new knowledge together.

The Canadian Global Exploration Forum (CGEF) is the only registered Canadian organization that serves and promotes Canadian-based International oil and gas Exploration and Production companies. CGEF advocates for Canadian internationally focused oil and gas companies, and facilitates cooperation among producing companies, oilfield service companies, government and academia through the sharing of expertise, technology and opportunities. Through this collaboration, CGEF is able to promote the values, standards and best practices of the Canadian oil industry, and allow small businesses in Canada to compete with international oil and service companies.

The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (CHFCA) is a national, non-profit industry association that comprises Canadian corporations, governments, academia, and other stakeholders. The CHFCA is focused on promoting Canada’s world-leading hydrogen and fuel cell sector and accelerating the commercialization of its members’ products and services to help tackle the world’s most critical energy challenges. Headquartered in Vancouver, the CHFCA has more than 70 members across Canada as well as two regional branches in British Columbia (Hydrogen BC) and Quebec (Hydrogène Québec).

econext is an association of businesses that accelerates clean growth in Newfoundland and Labrador.Newfoundland and Labrador is a province with immense clean growth potential. Its vast untapped clean energy resources provide for substantial renewable energy, hydrogen, and clean fuels opportunities. It is an innovator in creating value from waste streams, and is home to a world-leading cluster of expertise in the sensing, characterization, and monitoring of the environment. Its current strengths in its natural resource sectors, from offshore oil and gas to mining, are helping to pave the way for the energy transition.

The Environmental Services Association of Alberta (ESAA) is a not-for-profit, event funded and membership driven association dedicated to supporting a strong environmental services industry. Since its establishment, ESAA has provided its members with educational publications and conferences, as well as valuable networking opportunities. Acting as a voice for the environment industry, ESAA continuously monitors regulatory changes and actively pursues and participates in opportunities with government agencies to develop effective regulations and policies. ESAA is committed to promoting its many members and their services.

EventWorx Corporation is the name behind Canadian energy events including the Atlantic Canada Petroleum Show, Oil Sands Conference & Trade Show, PetroChem Canada and Smart Energy Event. In addition to organizing our own conferences & exhibitions, we partner with organizations like the Petroleum Technology Research Centre and Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada to coordinate some of their larger live and virtual events. EventWorx also provides other services including project management, directory publishing and website development and trade mission coordination for select clients.

The Global Energy Show (previously the Global Petroleum Show) is the only platform in North America where all stakeholders, policy makers, key players and industry professionals convene under one roof. Hosted in Calgary, Canada, the Global Energy Show brings Canadian innovation and technology to the global stage. Key features include: Diversified exhibition floor featuring companies representing the full energy mix; Thorough Strategic Conference featuring policy makers and CEOs hosting high level discussions; Comprehensive Technical Conference featuring industry experts in 12 categories.

Alberta is Canada’s energy province and is a leader in environmental management, technological innovation and responsible energy development. The Government of Alberta is committed to building a resilient, robust and diversified Alberta economy, which includes facilitating export development and investment attraction from around the globe while offering support, services and programs to help Alberta’s innovative companies expand into new markets, attract international partners and grow their business. The Alberta Export Expansion Package offers a suite of three programs designed to prepare Alberta companies for success in new international markets, and Alberta’s strategic network of 12 international offices supports the province’s strong international presence while developing important business and government relationships worldwide.

For more information on the Government of Alberta’s export and investment attraction services, visit albertacanada.com or investalberta.ca

Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada (PTAC) is a Canadian hydrocarbon industry association that serves as a neutral non-profit facilitator of collaborative R&D and technology development, and operates in partnership with all industry stakeholders to transform challenges into opportunities. By effectively leveraging financial resources and technical expertise through our proven model, PTAC has been able to able to support collaborative networks which advance innovative R&D and technology development projects, that address pertinent industry challenges through activities which reduce costs, improve operational efficiencies, enhance environmental stewardship, advance regulatory development, and provide our industry with the social licence to operate.

The Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) is the national trade association representing the service, supply and manufacturing sectors within the upstream petroleum industry. PSAC is Working Energy and as the voice of this sector, advocates for its members to enable the continued innovation, technological advancement and in-the-field experience they supply to energy explorers and producers in Canada and internationally, helping to increase efficiency, ensure safety and protect the environment.

The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) is one of Canada’s leading providers of applied research, development and demonstration (RD&D) and technology commercialization. SRC focuses its efforts on the mining, minerals, agriculture and energy sectors, and the environmental considerations that are important across each sector. SRC helps clients from across the world solve technology problems, make improvements, seize opportunities, maintain competitiveness, increase productivity and develop new markets. SRC’s multi-disciplinary team of science and technology professionals have a wide range of knowledge, applied expertise, and access to state-of-the-art laboratories and facilities and services that are, in combination, unique within Canada.

The Maritimes Energy Association is an independent, not-for-profit organization representing businesses that provide goods and services to the energy industry in eastern Canada – offshore & onshore, renewable, non-renewable & cleantech, domestic & export markets. Its membership primarily consists of local businesses that are part of the supply chain and employ thousands of people, injecting millions of dollars into our regional economy. The mandate of the Association is to support the maximization of Atlantic Canadian participation in the supply of both goods and services to meet the needs of the energy industry. Its purpose is to identify, promote and support the development of opportunities for member companies.