The 2022 Global Energy Show kicked off at the BMO Centre in Calgary on Tuesday. The three-day event features an exhibition, strategic conference, technical conference and an awards show.
Photographer Ose Irete was there to capture the first day of the exhibition where industry stakeholders, government agencies and businesses set up shop to showcase their products, ideas and innovations. The event caters to all aspects of the energy sector, from solar to nuclear and everything in-between.
He hopes to sell potential investors on the West African nation’s untapped potential.
“The success in all of this will also be for the followup actions so that all the traffic that came here will result in a rush for available acreages in Ghana.”
Brandon Wood (pictured below) of independent fuel retailer Parkland Corporation says they are looking toward the energy transition with investments in solar, electronic vehicle charging stations and innovations like co-processed fuel blended with canola and tallow.