Topic: Pipelines, Carbon, the Price of Oil and Alberta’s Future — Analysis of Significant Developments
Dennis McConaghy discusses the current climate for pipelines in Canada including implications for Canada from Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord, the implications of the change in government in British Columbia for Canadian hydrocarbon infrastructure and development and more.
Speaker: Dennis McConaghy
Commentator on Energy and Carbon Policy, Retired Transcanada Energy Executive, and Author of the book “Dysfunction: Canada After Keystone XL”
Dennis McConaghy is a Canadian energy executive with nearly forty years of industry experience in infrastructure development. He has engaged in the evolution of Canadian energy and climate policy over thirty years, from the National Energy Program of 1980 to the Paris Climate Conference of 2015. As one of the senior executives of TransCanada Pipelines, he was directly involved in conceiving and executing the Keystone XL pipeline project. He is also a visiting fellow at Western University’s Ivey Business School and Author of the book Dysfunction: Canada After Keystone XL. He lives in Calgary.
Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Time: 11:30am – 1:00pm
Location: The Bow Valley Club, 250 – 6 Ave SW, Dining Room
Members: $45.00 (+GST)
Non-Members: $55.00 (+GST)
PJVA Students: $20.00 (+GST)