Energy breakfast at Red Deer College

Energy will be on the menu June 17 when Red Deer College plays host to a breakfast meeting presented by Alberta Oil magazine.

Energy will be on the menu June 17 when Red Deer College plays host to a breakfast meeting presented by Alberta Oil magazine.

David Yager and Travis Roberston will share their thoughts on how energy services companies can prosper through good times and bad.

Yager is the national leader of accounting firm MNP LLP’s oilfield services group. During his more than 40 years in the oilfield services sector, Yager helped guide three publicly traded companies. He also served on the board and as chairman of the Petroleum Services Association of Canada.

Travis Robertson is CEO of Jewel Energy. A professional engineer, he’s also held executive positions with Calmena Energy Services Corp., BlackWatch Energy Services Corp. and Weatherford Canada, and senior management roles with Precision Drilling Corp.

The meeting will take place in the college’s J.B. Quinn Corporate Training Room (Room 2909), with registration at 7:30 a.m. and breakfast and the presentations running from 8 to 9:30 a.m.

To register, go online to www.albertaoilmagazine.com and click on “June 17 — Energy Services Breakfast” or contact Meagan Roberts at 1-780-990-0839 (Ext 236) or mroberts@venturepublishing.ca.

The event is part of an Energy Services Breakfast series organized by Alberta Oil and sponsored by MNP and Shaw Business.

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