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Upcoming Luncheon / Previous Luncheons

February Luncheon - A Joint event between PJVA, PASC & GPAC
Kevin Jagger, Market Development at Pembina Pipeline Corporation
March Luncheon
Mark Taylor, Sr. Vice President Climate Policy Assurance (CPAT)/Closure & Liability, Alberta Energy Regulator (AER)
May Luncheon
Graham Baugh, Lawyer and a Senior Legal Executive and Energy & Infrastructure JV Consultant
June Luncheon and Election Meeting
Panel Leader - Mr. Dason Wells, from IBM's Natural Resources Solution Centre discussing Energy Contract Settlement using Blockchain (ATB)
September Luncheon
Mr. Gerry Goobie
October Luncheon
Mr. David McLellan and Mr. Romeo Rojas
November Joint Luncheon PJVA and PASC
Dave Howden, Business Development at Red Dog Systems Inc.
February 2018

Petrochemical Development in Alberta - Developing New Demand for Propane
Kevin Jagger, Market Development at Pembina Pipeline Corporation

In May 2017 Pembina Pipeline announced that it, along with Petrochemical Industries Company of Kuwait, had reached key milestones for the proposed integrated propylene and polypropylene production facility. Pembina and PIC have executed 50/50 joint venture agreements and have formed a new entity, Canada Kuwait Petrochemical Corporation. Currently CKPC is proceeding with activities for front end engineering design. This world-scale combined propane dehydrogenation and polypropylene upgrading facility represents an opportunity to develop crucial new market demand for propane in Alberta. Join us for a presentation by Kevin Jagger, Manager, Market Development at Pembina Pipeline Corporation.

Kevin is Manager of Market Development for Pembina Pipeline Corporation and has been focused on finding new markets for Pembina’s vast propane supplies originating out of its Redwater Fractionation & Storage complex in Sturgeon County, Alberta. Wearing two hats, he is also Commercial Manager of Canada Kuwait Petrochemical Corporation, Pembina's joint venture with Kuwait's Petrochemical Industries Company to develop a world-scale PDH and PP complex in Alberta. The project, a recipient of $300 million in royalty credits from the Alberta Government, is currently in the FEED stage and progressing towards an FID in early 2019. A former investment banker with Citi, Kevin has a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University and in 2017 was named a Rising Star by Oilweek Magazine.