PLEASE NOTE: Hotels in Lake Louise and the surrounding areas may be SOLD OUT. Registering for this event is at your own discretion, as hotel availability may not change. It is suggested that you reserve a hotel before you register. You may contact the Lake Louise Inn (403-522-3791) or the Chateau (403) 522-3511) and ask to be put on their waitlist (which may not guarantee the CCOC rates) or you may consider reserving a hotel in Banff, Emerald Lake, Field etc. However, keep in mind that you will be required to arrange your own transportation to and from the conference.
Organized by volunteers representing international energy corporations, the Canadian Crude Oil Conference has become renowned in Western Canada as a key networking forum offering engaging speakers addressing issues of importance in the oil industry.
The business environment continues to offer many challenges and opportunities. The 29th Canadian Crude Oil Conference committee will once again search out the best and most qualified experts available on subjects of importance to delegates, in the beautiful Canadian Rockies setting of Lake Louise. The agenda will also allow ample time for networking and socializing. Spouses/guests are welcome and there will be activities available for their participation.
The 2017 CCOC Organizing Committee look forward to welcoming you to three days of exceptional value, which you won’t want to miss!
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The Canadian Crude Oil Conference is regarded as a premier industry event, attended each September by over 200 senior executives from North America’s crude oil marketing, trading, refining and logistics businesses.
By attending, delegates should expect:
Senior executives from producing, refining, marketing, trading, railroad, and midstream companies.
The CCOC committee reserves the right to accept or decline registrations. Specifically, due to the possibility of the conference being sold out, the committee may regretfully reject registrations from vendors. Additionally, it may be necessary to impose a maximum number of delegates from any one company.