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IN Tune is a podcast series featuring Equity Research analysts from BMO Capital Markets. Our shows explore key emerging themes, trends, and issues which are important to our institutional clients globally. Visit our website at https://researchglobal0.bmocapitalmarkets.com/

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IN Tune is a podcast series featuring Equity Research analysts from BMO Capital Markets. Our shows explore key emerging themes, trends, and issues which are important to our institutional clients globally. Visit our website at https://researchglobal0.bmocapitalmarkets.com/

    Food, Ag, Fertilizer, and ESG From the Lens of BMO’s Farm to Market Conference

    Food, Ag, Fertilizer, and ESG From the Lens of BMO’s Farm to Market Conference

    BMO Capital Markets’ Group Head, Dan Barclay, moderates a discussion on the takeaways from BMO’s 17th Annual Farm to Market Conference across the food and agriculture value chain.
    Joel Jackson, Chemicals and Fertilizer Analyst, discusses his views on where we are in the ag cycle, the supply constraints on fertilizers, and the impacts of the invasion in Ukraine on his coverage of fertilizer companies.
    Ken Zaslow, Food and Agribusiness Analyst, takes the listener on a deep dive into how inflation is impacting his covered companies and the sector.
    Doug Morrow, Head of ESG Strategy, delves into the corporate value proposition of ESG, the implications of food insecurity, and how ag and food production contributes to climate change.
    Together, Dan and the three analysts take a deep dive into the core themes of BMO’s 17th Annual Farm to Market Conference.
    Episode transcript: https://research-ca.bmocapitalmarkets.com/documents/4533B7E0-00AC-44FD-9DFC-DA01F656F0D9.PDF
    To access our full disclosures, please visit: https://researchglobal0.bmocapitalmarkets.com/public-disclosure/

    • 21 min
    The Outer Limits: Exploring the Cost (Opportunity) of Canada’s Net Zero ‘Pathways’

    The Outer Limits: Exploring the Cost (Opportunity) of Canada’s Net Zero ‘Pathways’

    Oil & Gas Thematic Analyst Jared Dziuba discusses the BMO Energy Research Team’s latest IN Front report: “Outer Limits: Exploring the Cost (Opportunity) of Canada’s Net Zero Pathways.’” We engage in a comprehensive discussion about the potential cost of the Canadian oil industry’s net zero ambitions as it relates to carbon abatement technology deployment, and its implications on the financial health of producers and shareholders.
    Jared emphasizes that Canada’s oil sands producers are uniquely positioned to execute on net zero ambitions given global leadership in R&D and deployment of technology including Carbon Capture, Use, and/or Sequestration (CCUS), and that while the costs are high, they are well within the free cash flow generating capacity of producers without impeding on planned growth in cash returns to shareholders. Despite this, he also explains why industry critics are irresponsible to suggest that the industry bear the full burden of costs associated with these large-scale, capital-intensive net-zero technologies aimed at achieving collective social goals despite ongoing consumer demand for oil products, given the consequence of severe erosion of shareholder returns, as well as deterioration of investor confidence and competitiveness in global energy markets. Finally, Jared points out that the ‘Pathways’ alliance among the top six oil sands producers is actively fortifying action plans, and that a pending announcement of government CCUS tax incentives may provide a catalyst to finally convert ambition to action.
    BMO clients can view our report, “The Outer Limits: Exploring the Cost (Opportunity) of Canada’s Net Zero Pathways”, by visiting:
    https://researchglobal0.bmocapitalmarkets.com/research/a9cb3724-ad43-43ee-989f-d0fa90dc2345/
    Episode transcript: https://research-ca.bmocapitalmarkets.com/documents/2248C879-B470-4BCC-BDD6-2EC77CAA6FC1.PDF
    To access our full disclosures, please visit: https://researchglobal0.bmocapitalmarkets.com/public-disclosure/

    • 26 min
    Best of BMO Q1/22

    Best of BMO Q1/22

    The Best of BMO is our quarterly compilation of our broad macro views, as well as our best stock ideas for the next 12 months. Essentially, it is an equity idea book. In this episode, we are joined by six of our analysts to delve into the details of their Best of BMO stock pick. Joining the podcast are Randy Ollenberger, Oil and Gas analyst; Jackie Przybylowski, Metals and Mining analyst; Fadi Chamoun, Transportation analyst; Peter Sklar, Consumer analyst; Tom MacKinnon, Insurance analyst; and Thanos Moschopoulos, Technology analyst.
    BMO clients can view our report, “Best of BMO Q1/22”, by visiting: https://researchglobal0.bmocapitalmarkets.com/research/00aecbce-aee1-4393-aad0-98005f4d7a8a/
    Episode transcript: https://research-ca.bmocapitalmarkets.com/documents/C13527E3-9954-43C7-9EB6-7357049918E9.PDF
    To access our full disclosures, please visit: https://researchglobal0.bmocapitalmarkets.com/public-disclosure/

    • 25 min
    Metal Matters: Confusion and Chaos

    Metal Matters: Confusion and Chaos

    In this short (10 min) Metal Matters podcast, we discuss feedback from BMO’s Global Metals & Mining Conference, how supply disruptions can result in demand destruction and the turbulence in the LME nickel market.
    Episode transcript: research-ca.bmocapitalmarkets.com/documents/CC8ED4F0-7D47-4B21-82BE-A766225F7AEB.PDF
    To access our full disclosures, please visit: https://researchglobal0.bmocapitalmarkets.com/public-disclosure/

    • 10 min
    The Future of Food: The Past, The Present, The Future of Plant-Based Meat

    The Future of Food: The Past, The Present, The Future of Plant-Based Meat

    Plant-based meat was taking off and becoming a part of the consumer's diet. Then, COVID-19 hit and changed the growth trajectory. In this episode, we address 1) what happened?; 2) will plant-based meat have the same success as plant-based milk?; 3) what does the plant-based meat industry need to do to regain its footing and growth; and 4) what key adjustments and strategies are required to adapt to the new normal?
    Episode transcript: https://research-ca.bmocapitalmarkets.com/documents/4AAC6D9E-536E-40FB-871E-F3FED3FFD378.PDF
    To access our full disclosures, please visit: https://researchglobal0.bmocapitalmarkets.com/public-disclosure/

    • 14 min
    BMO’s 2022 Outlook for Canadian Oil & Gas Sector

    BMO’s 2022 Outlook for Canadian Oil & Gas Sector

    2021 turned out to be a great year for oil and gas investors. Randy Ollenberger and Ray Kwan think that 2022 has the potential to be equally good as a multi-year bull market for energy takes hold. This podcast covers their outlooks for oil and gas prices, heavy oil differentials as well as the impact inflation and M&A can have on the associated equities. In short, Randy and Ray believe that the recent European energy crisis’ impact on commodity prices and current concerns about the potential lack of spare oil production capacity may provide a glimpse of things to come following years of underinvestment, tightening environmental expectations and shifting shareholder demands. The North American oil and gas group is in its strongest financial position in the last 15-years and poised to generate record levels of free cash flow that we believe will be largely distributed to shareholders. Randy and Ray do not believe these factors are adequately reflected in market valuations.
    Episode transcript: https://research-ca.bmocapitalmarkets.com/documents/FDE37153-0F60-4992-97F2-205936F892EB.PDF
    To access our full disclosures, please visit: https://researchglobal0.bmocapitalmarkets.com/public-disclosure/

    • 20 min

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