Reducing Canada's Emissions, with Kendall Dilling (Pathways Alliance)

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Wednesday, April 17th, 2024


A Globe and Mail Editorial in late 2022 made the following point:

“The future of oil and gas has polarized Canadian politics. The left demonizes crude, the right lionizes it, and both sides miss the point. Conservatives don’t much like talking about climate change or emissions reductions. And the Liberal government – despite investing $26 billion in buying and expanding the Trans Mountain oil pipeline – doesn’t much like talking about how vital oil and gas are to Canada, or how important the resource is for the democratic world. Now, industry has shown up. ‘Watch us now, ’” said Kendall Dilling, head of Pathways Alliance, the coalition of oil sands companies. “We have made that fundamental mindset shift that our future is a carbon-free production of our product.”

On April 17, Kendall Dilling will speak at the Canadian Club of Calgary to talk about the Pathways Alliance and its plans to reduce emissions from Canada’s oil sands production.

More about Kendall Dilling, President of Pathways Alliance:

In 2022, Kendall Dilling was appointed president of Pathways Alliance, representing six of Canada’s largest oil sands producers – Canadian Natural, Cenovus Energy, ConocoPhillips Canada, Imperial Oil, Suncor and MEG Energy – collaborating together and with governments to reach net zero emissions from operations by 2050.

Leading a challenge essential to Canada’s climate change mitigation efforts, Dilling recognizes showing steady progress towards the goal of the six Pathways Alliance oil sands companies and continuing to shrink their environmental footprint on land, air and water is critical to the industry’s long-term future.

Prior to joining Pathways Alliance, Kendall was Cenovus Energy’s Vice-President, Environment & Regulatory. With 30 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, Kendall has expertise in environment, regulatory, project development, health and safety, and Indigenous and government relations.



, April 17, 2024 at 11:30am - 1pm
Ranchmen's Club

710 13th Ave SW
Calgary, AB, Canada