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Friday, April 15th, 2011


Energy Security and Climate Change: A Canada-US Common Approach? – Introduction and Panel One: Inextricably Intertwined: Canada and the US as Global Partners in Securing Safe, Reliable, and New Sources of Energy

Introduction

Hon. James J. Blanchard, Partner, Co-Chair, Government Affairs Practice Group, DLA Piper LLP (US); and Co-Chair, Executive Committee, Canada-United States Law Institute, Washington, DC

Hon. James S. Peterson, P.C., Counsel, Fasken Martineau; and Co-Chair, Executive Committee, Canada-United States Law Institute, Toronto, ON

Chris Sands, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute; and Co-Chair Henry T. King, Jr. Annual Conference on Canada-United States Relations, Washington, DC

Daniel Ujczo, Managing Director, Canada-United States Law Institute, Cleveland, OH

Moderator

David Crane, Syndicated Journalist, & Co-Chair Henry T. King, Jr. Annual Conference on Canada-United States Relations, Toronto, ON

Panelists

Carl Bauer, Director (Retired), National Energy Technology Laboratory, US Department of Energy, Pittsburgh, PA

Meera Fickling, Research Analyst, Peterson Institute for International Economics, Washington,DC

Friday April 15, 2011, 9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.

Sponsored by the Canada-United States Law Institute at Case Western Reserve University School of Law and The University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law

The Henry T. King, Jr. Annual Conference has served as the premier forum for addressing the issues confronting the Canada-U.S. relationship. For nearly three decades, the annual conference has united members of the respective governments, corporate leaders, legal practitioners, scholars, and the media in one forum to address issues from security and trade, to energy and the environment. Along the way, the event has fostered the development of longstanding professional linkages and personal friendships on each side of the border.

This year’s conference will address the Canada-US energy relationship. It is the only event that will:

Examine the relationship from a bi-national perspective;
Provide a comprehensive review of all sectors;
Examine policy implications at the federal, state, and provincial levels;
Discuss funding initiatives that will assist companies in securing the capital needed to develop these projects.

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