Oil Sands Conference & Trade Show

FEATURED SPEAKER: Oil Sands in the Global Energy Puzzle

Scott Norlin -

Research Analyst, Upstream Canada

Wood Mackenzie

September 16, 2021 -

12:00 pm

Canada’s oil sands account for a large portion of production for the country and play a key role in Alberta. We add context to the global trends across the oil industry and how the oil sands will be impacted. There are key points which draw attention from stakeholders including:

  • What is the price outlook for oil?
  • How does the price impact production in the near and medium term?
  • What level of investment are operators making in the area and how are they managing costs?
  • Consolidation and Canadianisation has been a theme, will this continue?
  • What role will the energy transition play in the oil sands and how will it stay relevant in the energy transition?

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Scott Norlin

Research Analyst, Upstream Canada

Wood Mackenzie

Scott joined the Canadian Upstream Research team at Wood Mackenzie in June 2019. He is responsible for providing financial asset valuation and objective commercial analysis on company and play activity across Canada. Scott covers a range of companies across Canada including Tourmaline, Cenovus and Vermilion. He provides high level company valuation and strategy analysis for corporate coverage of Cenovus Energy. Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, Scott gained comprehensive experience in exploration and development of upstream assets. Scott worked at Parex Resources on conventional assets, Devon Energy on the Jackfish oil sands project and also has field experience in L48 unconventional plays. Scott holds a Bachelor of Geology degree with honours from the University of Calgary and is a registered Geologist in training with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta.