We are in the face-to-face business.
EventWorx owns and organizes our own signature conferences and trade shows including the Oil Sands Conference & Conference, Supply Change Conference & Expo, Smart Energy Event, PetroChem Canada, PetroChem Canada Wes and Net•Zero Conference & Exhibition. Our goal is simple; create exceptional experiences for our customers to do business together in a face-to-face setting, and be a small part of helping achieve their business results.
EventWorx also partners with several organizations in the production of their events.
Oil Sands Conference & Trade Show is the premier event specifically developed for Alberta’s oil sands sector. This interactive exhibition is the place for oil sands operators and their contractors who are seeking solutions and innovations to reduce costs and maximize existing equipment and facilities. The Oil Sands Conference & Trade Show focuses on promoting the latest technologies, maintenance, shutdowns/turnarounds, mining, upgrading, health & safety and environment strategies. We feature both a technical and a business conference, as well as a number of exceptional networking events.
Join us in Fort McMurray, Alberta
September 14-15, 2022
To achieve Net Zero, we must collaborate, share knowledge and influence change. The Petroleum Technology Research Alliance (PTAC) and EventWorx Corporation, in collaboration with numerous partners are coming together to host Net•Zero to provide a platform to showcase innovation and develop a collaborative network amongst numerous industries. By coming together, we can achieve Net Zero 2050.
Join us in Calgary, Alberta
October 25-27, 2022
PetroChem Canada brings leaders from the downstream sector together with government, academia and the supply chain to discuss the opportunities & challenges of developing Canada’s downstream sector and competing in world markets. Developing Canada’s downstream sector is key to maximizing the value of Canada’s natural
Let’s work together to become more globally competitive by further increasing our processing
capacities across the country. By manufacturing more added-value products, we increase the
true value of our resources, create jobs; and we will embrace technologies to do it in an
environmentally conscious and sustainable way. PetroChem Canada provides the forum for
bringing industry together to have these discussions.
Join us in Sarnia, Ontario
June 21-22, 2022
Supply Change Conference & Expo is a unique event, that providing hands-on, visual experiences and showcasing the system of technical innovations, organizations, people, activities, information and resources within the supply chain, applicable to all industries.
Supply Change Conference & Expo assembles industry experts, change leaders and technology providers from dozens of industries across North America. With an exposition, conference and networking events, Supply Change Conference & Expo is a
comprehensive platform for business owners, managers, SCM professionals and their
teams to come learn and meet the experts.
Join us in Calgary, Alberta
October 18-19, 2022
Smart Energy focuses on timely actions for getting to NET-ZERO with expert speakers on how collaborative and inclusive technologies with collaborative thinking can achieve Net-Zero sooner. Emerging innovations in hydrogen, storage, EVs, carbon capture, transportation, electrification and renewables will change how utilities, municipalities, policy-makers, integrators, corporations, governments, researchers and consumers collaborate to reach an inclusive transition to NET-ZERO.
Alberta is Canada’s largest refining and petrochemical cluster. With the province's abundant feedstock and transportations systems, this sector is poised to continue growing.
New and existing operators are taking advantage of Alberta’s energy resources and new government incentive programs to build new plants and expand operations, making Alberta the a world hotspot for petrochemical and refining investment and growth.
PetroChem Canada•West brings together the western Canadian petrochemical, chemical, emerging biochemical manufacturers together with their supply chain and multiple levels of government to discuss the opportunities to expand and further develop Alberta's downstream sector.