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Speakers Series: David Goldwyn on Creating a Stronger North American Market for Natural Gas

April 6, 2011
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David Goldwyn, former State Department Special Envoy and Coordinator for International Energy Affairs, gave a keynote to Canada 2020 on Creating a Stronger North American Market for Natural Gas. He was joined by Robert Johnston, Director of Eurasia Group’s Global Energy & Natural Resources practice and Louis Auger, Vice-President, Natural Gas, Shell Canada in a discussion moderated by Don Newman, Chairman of Canada 2020′s Advisory Board.

Turmoil in the middle east … nuclear power under public scrutiny … Keystone XL up in the air … shale gas development in a regulatory vacuum … low natural gas prices. The energy and gas sector is facing uncertain times. David Goldwyn will deliver a keynote on how can we create a stronger North American market for natural gas. Robert Johnston of Eurasia and Louis Auger of Shell Canada will then respond before the moderator invites questions from the floor.

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This free event is presented in cooperation with iPolitics.ca and is made possible thanks to the kind support of:

Title Sponsor: Shell Canada

Event Sponsors: Talisman EngergyTransCanada Pipeline

Sustaining Sponsors: Amgen CanadaAstraZenecaBombardierBluesky Strategy Group, Inc.Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association,CIBCCNNexenPickworth Investments LPPlutonic Power Corporation,ScotiabankSuncorTELUS, and individual members of the Canada 2020 Founders’ Circle.

 

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