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October 24th, 2014An article by Yadullah Hussain. Published in the Financial Post. As Lt.-Gen. Jon Vance was pinning medals on Ian Glenn’s team for their work in Afghanistan, he offered the ultimate endorsement: “When you first showed up here [in Afghanistan], I didn’t know what we were going to do with you guys. But you know, today, we won’t take a piss without ya,” Mr. Glenn recalls Canada’s top military commander telling him. Mr. Glenn is hoping his Ottawa-based ING Robotic Aviation drones can be just as indispensable to the oil and natural gas industry as it was to the Canadian armed forces. Battle-hardened ING Robotic Aviation is one of about 40 Canadian technology companies heading to Calgary next week to connect with an industry that has not traditionally often given them the time of day. "It is really hard to bring those two sectors together" “It is really hard to bring those two sectors together,” says Chris Plunkett, director of external relations at Canadian Digital Media Network, one of the organizers of the event taking place in Calgary Oct. 28 to 30. The event is presented by the Canadian Digital Media Network, TRTech, and the JuneWarren-Nickel’s Energy Group, and is part of the Canadian Energy Supply Chain Forum that’s traditionally a forum for oil and gas companies to meet vendors, such as steel manufacturers.
October 23rd, 2014CDMN NEWS ARTICLE If you listened to some of its more vocal critics, you might think Alberta’s energy sector isn’t just responsible for contributing to climate change, but actually creating it in the first place. And while there’s still plenty of work to be done in improving its environmental performance, much has already been done – with money that came out of the industry’s pocket.
.@financialpost Small tech,meet Big Oil:Can new ties between sectors help solve oil sands’ biggest problems? http://t.co/1zudzJuf5R @can3_0
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RT @can3_0: Find out what’s next for #tech in Canada's #energy sector next week, Oct. 28-30, in Calgary. http://t.co/SsoW5Lw7GY
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