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BorderLines: Fostering the Canada-U.S. Relationship

The Center's Canada Institute is engaged in a series of conferences that explore current and emerging issues in the U.S.-Canada relationship.

In Search of Arctic Energy

A report by the Eurasia Group for the Wilson Center's Canada Institute. As climate change renders the Arctic increasingly accessible, there has been a substantial uptick in industry interest in the region; it is believed an estimated $100 billion could be invested in the Arctic over the next decade.The Arctic contains vast oil and natural gas reserves - the U.S. Geological Survey estimates the Arctic could contain 1,670 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of natural gas and 90 billion barrels of oil, or 30 percent of the world’s undiscovered gas and 13 percent of oil. Energy companies are certain to be at the forefront of Arctic development and investment.

Report of the Dialogues on the Oil Sands: Engaging Canadians and Americans

This Oil Sands Dialogue paper sets out in Part I to report on the conversations that took place during the "2010 Oil Sands Dialogues" and in Part II to outline the broad consensus response of the oil sands producers to what was heard in the Dialogues process.The Oil Sands Dialogues are an integral part of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers' desire to engage Canadians and Americans in a discussion about the development of Canada's energy assets.

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