SRC at GES
We're excited to be back in person this year for the Global Energy Show (June 7-9, 2022), sharing industry news over coffee and making new connections. If you can't meet us on the tradeshow floor this year, our experts are available for video meetings and presentations.
Get in touch with us whichever way is most convenient for you - email, phone, virtual conference - we are responsive to your needs and focused on delivering the reliable, quality results that are more important than ever.
Whatever you have in store for the coming months and beyond, we are ready to support and assist your business.
Interested in learning more about a particular service? Send us an email and one of our booth staff will respond.
SRC offers a wide range of services to help broaden your energy mix, improve existing operations and chart your path toward net zero.
We’ll work with you to identify ways to leverage renewable options through integrated energy systems, storage and optimization to improve your operation’s energy efficiency and productivity.
We have a trending theme for each day of the show, with experts on hand to answer your questions and give short presentations. Interested? Stop by anytime on that day to learn more about how we can help broaden your energy mix, improve your existing operations and chart your path toward net zero. But don't worry - if you can't make it to our booth that day, our experts will be around all three days.
- June 7: Clean Energy - renewables, storage, smart grids/microgrids, biofuels, waste to energy, climate change adaptation
- June 8: Oil and Gas Evolution - enhanced oil recovery, emissions reduction, oil sands and slurry transport, carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) in situ
- June 9: Emerging Technologies - small modular reactors, hydrogen, CCUS surface, critical metals
Lesley McGilp is Vice-President of SRC’s Energy Division. She previously managed SRC’s Pipe Flow Technology Centre for over 10 years and prior to SRC, served as a Staff Engineer at Rock Energy and a Senior Engineering Advisor at Northrock Resources. Lesley’s background spans upstream oil and gas, oil sands, mining, and energy transition technology development. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Saskatchewan and a Masters of Business Administration from the Haskayne School of Business.
Petro Nakutnyy is the Director of Operations, EOR and In-Situ Processes at SRC and leads a diverse team of engineers and scientists focused on developing, testing and implementing novel enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques. He has worked on and led a variety of heavy and medium oil EOR projects, including chemical flooding, CO2 EOR, permeability modification and water shut-off, hybrid thermal processes, electrical heating and artificial intelligence. Petro is a registered Professional Engineer and has a Master of Applied Science Degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Regina in Saskatchewan.
Ryan Jansen is a Senior Research Engineer and works in the area of advanced energy systems. He received a B.Sc. in Engineering Physics and an M.Sc. from the University of Saskatchewan in Electrical Engineering with a focus on microgrid reliability. He is a Professional Engineer with Permission to Consult in the area of smart grids. Ryan has experience in project management, as well as technical expertise in renewable energy systems, energy storage, remote monitoring systems, programming, smart grids and microgrids, electric vehicles, and district heating systems.
Dr. Erin Powell, PhD, manages SRC’s Process Development Business Unit. She leads a team of engineers and scientists that provide applied RD&D, scale-up, demonstration, and validation of value-added processing technologies for commercial application, achieving impacts in a wide range of industries. This work includes niche areas such as partial oil upgrading, resolving challenges in oil and gas surface operations, including emulsions and fouling, oil sands, oil shales, coal liquefaction/gasification, energy and water use optimization, and greenhouse gas emissions reduction technologies.
SRC's Enhanced Oil Recovery team uses a stage-gated approach to help small-to-medium enterprises develop their technologies and evaluate technical, market and commercial factors. This helps our clients save time and accelerate adoption. Learn about what's involved.
The Cowessess Energy Storage Facility is the first known wind-solar battery storage project in Canada. With the addition of over one thousand solar panels, the facility now produces almost 3,000 MWh of energy per year, enough to supply power to 344 homes. Learn about how this system works and why wind and solar make a good pair.
Given both global and national pressure to decarbonize operations, Canadian industries are looking for new technologies and implementing more energy-efficient processes from proven, applicable mitigation options. Learn how SRC's CeDER platform helps companies sift through the available technologies.
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