MadCann Alberta Inc.
Geoffrey Cann is an independent advisor to the Oil and Gas industry. Following an early career with Imperial Oil, he became a partner at Deloitte, where he carried out hundreds of consulting assignments in Canada, the US, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, China, Australia and the Caribbean over a 30 year career, retiring from the firm as a senior partner. While at Deloitte, Geoffrey was trained as a global master instructor for Deloitte’s internal training program. He specialises in digital innovation in Oil and Gas, and advises oil and gas companies on digital strategy. He is the author of Bits, Bytes and Barrels: The Digital Transformation of Oil and Gas, teaches regularly at The Haskayne School of Business, and produces a weekly article and podcast on digital issues in energy. He is also the independent director of a blockchain start up based in Calgary. Geoffrey has a B Comm from McGill University and an MBA from the Ivey School of Business
History of Distributed Ledger (Blockchain) Technology
Transformation of Intellectual Property Management
Blockchain Variants and Characteristics
Creation of New Asset Classes (royalties, fees)
Trust Mechanisms and Performance Drivers
Financial System Disruption and Impacts on Commodity Trading
Impacts of Blockchain on Crude Oil, LNG, refined products trading
Impacts of Blockchain with Other Technologies
New Oil and Gas Business Models Enabled by Blockchain
Regulatory Responses to Blockchain
Crude Oil-backed Digital Assets
This course is aimed at professionals from across oil and gas (upstream, midstream and downstream) who are challenged with finding new ways of doing business. The course benefits principally those who fill commercially oriented roles in their companies. Prior experience with blockchain is not necessary.
All events are optional, individually priced and bookable separately with Joint Attendance Discounts.