In response to the Alberta Government announcement of a State of Public Health Emergency, and in line with our commitment to your safety, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the Global Energy Show 2021.

We know how important this show is to our global energy community, and we did not take this decision lightly. Planning is underway for 2022 with themes and ideas to continue our mission of shaping the future of energy at North America's most important energy event.

The 2022 Global Energy Show will take place June 7-9, 2022 at the BMO Centre, Calgary Stampede.

To our loyal exhibitors, delegates and attendees from around the world, rest assured your bookings will be transferred to 2022. Please keep an eye on your inbox for full details.

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North America's Leading Energy Event
September 21-23, 2021
BMO Centre at Stampede Park - Calgary, Canada


Hon. Jason Kenney


Hon. Jason Kenney

Premier of Alberta
Government of Alberta

The Honourable Jason Kenney, 18th Premier of Alberta, was born in Oakville, Ontario on May 30, 1968, raised in Wilcox, Saskatchewan, and attended St. Michaels University School in Victoria, B.C. and the University of San Francisco.

Premier Kenney’s career in public service began in 1989 as the first executive director of the Alberta Taxpayers Association and later president of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.

He subsequently won election to Ottawa as the Reform Party MP for Calgary Southeast, helped unite and expand the modern Conservative Party of Canada, especially growing its support among new Canadians, and held multiple cabinet posts during its first decade in government.

Returning to Alberta in 2016, he first won the leadership of the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party, then won a referendum creating the new United Conservative Party, then won election as UCP leader, then won a seat in the Legislature as Leader of Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition, and finally, in April 2019, led his party to a majority government with the highest vote tally of any party in provincial history.