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2024 Energy Security Forum Roundtables Series: The Influence of Energy on Canada's Role on the World Stage

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In this series of Roundtables, the Canadian Global Affairs Institute will explore how the energy sector contributes to Canada's role on the world stage, the decarbonization of Canadian industry, and interacts with the development of Canada’s economy through technological innovation and integration with export markets.

If you are interested in attending any of the roundtables, please contact Energy Security Forum Manager Joe Calnan at [email protected]


The Cognitive Dissonance of the Energy Transition | Ottawa, Monday April 22nd, 2024

This roundtable discussion will be led by CGAI Fellow Kevin Birn to consider how to overcome the cognitive dissonance of current thinking around the energy transition and identify pathways forward for Canada’s energy industry.

   
Kevin Birn is the Global Head of the Center of Emissions Excellence and Chief Analyst, Canadian Oil Markets at S&P Global Commodity Insights.

The Cognitive Dissonance of the Energy Transition | Toronto, April 23rd, 2024

This roundtable discussion will be led by CGAI Fellows Kevin Birn and Rory Johnston will consider how to overcome the cognitive dissonance of current thinking around the energy transition, and identify pathways forward for Canada’s energy industry.

   
Kevin Birn is the Global Head of the Center of Emissions Excellence and Chief Analyst, Canadian Oil Markets at S&P Global Commodity Insights.
 
Rory Johnston is the Founder of Commodity Context and a Lecturer in the Master of Global Affairs Program at the University of Toronto Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy.

Last Barrel Standing: Canadian Oil Sands Production in the Long Run | Toronto, June 3rd, 2024

This roundtable discussion will be led by University of Calgary Economist Kent Fellows to consider the economics of the Canadian oil sands in a more emissions constrained future.

Garrett Kent Fellows is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Calgary, the Graduate Program Director at the UofC Master of Public Policy Program, and a Fellow-in-Residence at the CD Howe Institute.

Last Barrel Standing: Canadian Oil Sands Production in the Long Run | Ottawa, June 4th, 2024

This roundtable discussion will be led by University of Calgary Economist Kent Fellows to consider the economics of the Canadian oil sands in a more emissions constrained future.

Garrett Kent Fellows is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Calgary, the Graduate Program Director at the UofC Master of Public Policy Program, and a Fellow-in-Residence at the CD Howe Institute.

Fall 2024 Roundtables - Watch this space soon

These roundtables were made possible by the support of Cenovus Energy.


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