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Ahead of the World Gas Conference being hosted in Washington this June, the Canadian Gas Association is sponsoring a half day conference on the challenges and opportunities for Canada’s natural gas sector and their implications for the United States.
The event is being hosted by Johns Hopkins University’s Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, a graduate division of Johns Hopkins University based in Washington, DC offering outstanding programs of study including Energy Resources and Environment and Canadian Studies.
Energy sector experts representing the academic, public and private sectors assess the challenges and opportunities in the Canadian market, including technology, export market changes, infrastructure, carbon pricing and social license and aboriginal consent in the context of the changes occurring in the United States, Canada’s largest energy export destination.
Topics addressed by speakers will include U.S. and Canadian energy policy priorities, whether Canada and the United States will become Partners or Rivals in Global Markets, and natural gas opportunities and how Canadian firms are responding.
Event is Open to the Media and the Public
Rome Auditorium, Johns Hopkins University
1619 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington DC 20036