PROPEL Energy Tech Forum
Event Date: Thursday, February 7, 2019
Location: Fairmont Palliser, Calgary, AB, Canada
Join us in fueling the energy technology ecosystem as the PROPEL Energy Tech Forum returns to Calgary, AB at the Fairmont Palliser for the 6th annual Forum.
PROPEL is the annual Energy Technology Venture Forum that brings together the best, boldest, most innovative emerging and established energy technology companies. Technology adoption is critical to the long-term viability and stewardship of global energy resources – now more than ever. The driving sources of energy are changing as we move from a hydrocarbon fuel focus toward renewables. Calgary is at the forefront of this revolution, standing as the key setting for fostering, commercializing, and integrating new energy technologies. PROPEL Energy Tech and its global industry partners are seizing this leadership opportunity and have created the platform for building the energy industry of the future – and you won’t want to miss it.
Acceleware has been selected to present at PROPEL 2019 during the Technology Showcase! Since last speaking at PROPEL in 2017, we are taking the stage again as an Alumni Company to showcase our latest achievements and key updates as we navigate the road to the commercialization of our RF Technologies.
Join us on Thursday, February 7th from 09:15 - 09:50 to hear about our updates since our last presentation in 2017.
VP Commercialization, RF Heating
Mike is an accomplished executive with over 25 years of international experience building high-growth, disruptive and innovative businesses in the energy, utilities, telecommunications and technology sectors. Mike started his career in the oil and gas industry before pivoting to technology, where he worked on the development and deployment of several diverse and ground-breaking technologies. In 2013, he joined Acceleware after being attracted by the vast potential of its radio frequency (RF) heating systems for oil sands and heavy oil production. Mike’s unique aptitude for navigating the barriers associated with business growth coupled with a respect for both the energy industry and its political realities, makes him well-suited to spearhead the process of commercializing Acceleware’s RF heating technology. He holds a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Calgary and a Bachelor of Commerce in Finance from the University of British Columbia.