NAFTA 2.0: Risks and Opportunities for Canada’s Energy Sector
** This event is SOLD OUT **
We’re back at the table. After decades of the relatively smooth operation of NAFTA, President Trump has thrown a spanner in the works. Disturbingly, he has specifically mentioned energy from Canada as a problem for the US. At the same time, the President has approved Keystone XL. The messages are confusing and the prospect of a long drawn out negotiation will understandably send chills through the investment market. And that comes at an already bad time for the sector.
Join The School of Public Policy for a panel discussion on what the renegotiation means for Canada and our energy sector. What are the signs we should be looking for, and how do we urge our negotiators to take firm positions that create advantage for the energy sector?
Eugene Beaulieu, Director, International Economics, The School of Public Policy
Dennis McConaghy, Former Executive Vice-President, TransCanada and Fellow, Ivey Business School
Tim McMillan, CEO, Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers
Fairmont Palliser Hotel
133 9th Ave SW
|11:45 a.m.||Lunch and program|
|1:30 p.m.||Program concludes|
Registration fee: $75.00