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Steve Wiliams, President and CEO of Suncor Energy, speaking at the Ecofiscal Commission event in Calgary May 22

Video blog: Alberta Carbon Pricing featuring Steve Williams, Chris Ragan, and Jim Dinning

Climate and Energy

On Friday, May 22, Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission and Suncor co-hosted a panel discussion in Calgary, Alberta: In This Together—Carbon Pricing and Alberta’s Family Business. What follows are videos of the event, including the keynote address by Steve Williams, President and CEO of Suncor Energy, the presentation by Chris Ragan, Chair of the Ecofiscal Commission, and […]

Cap-and-trade in Ontario

Real Talk on Competitiveness and Cap-and-Trade: Expert Panel Recap

Climate and Energy

On Wednesday, Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission and the Martin Prosperity Institute co-hosted a panel discussion at the Rotman School of Management. The Subject: The Competitiveness Question—Business opportunities and challenges in a cap-and-trade environment. What happens when you ask cap-and-trade experts from California, Massachusetts and Quebec to discuss Ontario’s upcoming cap-and-trade system? You get an intelligent and […]

Market Access, social License or pipedreams? Would stronger climate change policy in Alberta change the game?

Market Access, Social License or Pipedreams? Would stronger climate change policy in Alberta change the game?

Climate and Energy

Never before has so much public attention focused on the evolution of Alberta’s climate policy. In this 3-part video blog series, Chris Ragan tackles some of the stickiest questions we’re often asked about the relationship between carbon pricing and the oil and gas sector, Alberta’s “family business.” In the lead up to the major global […]

No Need to Choose Between a Carbon Price and the Oil Patch. Photo by Jeff Wallace; see https://www.flickr.com/photos/wherezjeff/14268938549/in/photolist-nJU3iT-53MvGH-brMFWR-btkWoB-bshGct-bsTFrZ-4VsEnC-4VcDiD-bshRme-btYva8-btWZ2a-bvRKwF-53RH6G-bVET2q-fCeQdR-fCePfk-fCeP86-fCu8ef-brMr7D-fCePQa-Ypmh6-bt6g9a-bsh2UD-bsz6rD-fCu8ow-bt6Mrn-7dEndH-btkWNv-NEGha-btXFpF-bt7oaT-bsJFfe-btWRm8-btWypt-btX776-brMCyB-brLzw2-btXLLF-bVERyd-bVEP5G-btVUJB-btXKXD-7dEnLz-bshTCT-bshGMi-btWL9k-bshvnZ-btWJ6z-bt6SQT-btVRs2

No Need to Choose Between a Carbon Price and the Oil Patch

Climate and Energy

Happy #WonkWednesday! The piece below was originally published in the May 2015 issue of Alberta Oil Magazine. Wonkier readers also should not miss Andrew Leach’s more in-depth economic analysis of the impact of greenhouse gas regulations on oil sands development. Yes, there’s a chart. Many people concerned about climate change favour “carbon pricing” as an […]

Hurt or Help? Carbon Pricing and the Global Competitiveness of Canadian Oil - Alberta - SGER

Hurt or Help? Carbon Pricing and the Global Competitiveness of Canadian Oil

Climate and Energy

Never before has so much public attention focused on the evolution of Alberta’s climate policy. In this 3-part video blog series, Chris Ragan tackles some of the stickiest questions we’re often asked about the relationship between carbon pricing and the oil and gas sector, Alberta’s “family business.” In the lead up to the major global […]

Carbon pricing and the oil and gas sector, Alberta's Family Business - oil sands

What is the impact of a carbon price on the oil and gas sector?

Climate and Energy

Never before has so much public attention focused on the evolution of Alberta’s climate policy. In this 3-part video blog series, Chris Ragan tackles some of the stickiest questions we’re often asked about the relationship between carbon pricing and the oil and gas sector, Alberta’s “family business.” In the lead up to the major global […]

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