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North America's Leading Energy Event
June 13-15, 2023
BMO Centre at Stampede Park - Calgary, Canada

2023 Technical Committee

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Anamika Mukherjee

Partner, Venture Capital
BDC

Anamika Mukherjee is a recognized decarbonization and energy transition thought leader in Canada. As Partner, Venture Capital, at BDC, she is enabling sustainability technologies in their early stages to accelerate their path to commercialization. Prior to this, she was the head of technology & innovation at Cenovus Energy, and the net-zero planning committee lead at the Oil sands Pathways to Net Zero Alliance. Anamika has a diverse career background, having held several different roles including the initial operationalization of Evok Innovations, an early stage $100MM technology fund partnership between Cenovus, Suncor, and the BC Cleantech CEO Alliance. In 2018-2019, Anamika was seconded to the Canadian Federal Government where she worked as Chief of Staff to the Resources of the Future Economic Strategy Table, where she coordinated governments and resource sectors CEOs across Canada to land on policy recommendations to the federal government to boost Canada’s economic competitiveness. She’s led the Canadian oil and gas industry in various provincial and federal environmental policy negotiations. She has significant experience in process engineering design, commissioning & start-up activities, and operational troubleshooting from her years at Suncor’s Firebag projects. In 2015, Anamika was recognized by the Young Women in Energy Award for climate change innovation. In 2016, she was recognized by the Alberta Oil Magazine for her efforts to make oil a part of a clean energy future. In 2017, she was featured by Natural Resources Canada's Generation Energy for forging the path to clean energy. In 2018, Anamika received two Deputy Minister’s Awards from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada for her outstanding contribution to the Economic Strategy Tables.  Most recently, in 2022, she was featured by the Canada West Foundation as being a thought leader in decarbonization and energy transition. Anamika has been keynote speaker and has participated on several panels on topics related to technology, energy transition, sustainability, and women in leadership.