The Canada Institute, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars:
April 13 2011, 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Please Note: This event will be held at Fuqua School of Business and R. David Thomas Center at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
Geneen Auditorium, Fuqua School of Business
8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Stephen Kelly, Associate Director of the Center for Canadian Studies
Pete Lange, Duke Provost, Welcoming Remarks
David Jacobson, U.S. Ambassador to Canada
“The U.S.-Canada Energy Relationship”
Panel I: Meeting Energy Demand: The CEO’s Perspective
10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m
The United States and Canada both possess immense energy resources, including vast new reserves of unconventional hydrocarbons. But exploiting them together poses special challenges and opportunities. This bi-national panel of energy executives from the oil sands, pipeline, hydroelectric and shale gas sectors will describes what their companies are doing to assure production while attending to environmental concerns.
David Biette, Director, Canada Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for International Scholars (moderator)
Thierry Vandal, President and CEO, Hydro-Québec
Patrick Daniel, President and CEO, Enbridge Inc.
Rick George, President and CEO, Suncor
John Crum, President – North America, Apache Corp.
Kirby Reading Room, Fuqua School of Business
11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
Welcome: Blair Sheppard, Dean of the Fuqua School of Business
Keynote Address: David Goldwyn, President of Goldwyn Global Strategies LLC, Former Special Envoy and Coordinator for International Energy Affairs, U.S. State Department
David Goldwyn spent 18 months at the U.S. State Department leading U.S. energy diplomacy around the world. He visited the Canadian oil sands during his tenure, hosted an international meeting on shale gas governance, and is a recognized expert on energy security. He will explain how the U.S.-Canada energy relationship fits into the larger U.S. Government international energy picture, as well as shed some light on how the State Department approaches vital cross-border energy issues, such as the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
Panel II: Energy in Context: Balancing Environment & Security
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
This panel of energy think-tank, public policy, academic and NGO experts will put the U.S.-Canada energy relationship into a broader context, weighing energy security and environmental concerns, and describing new methods and policies that could help us to achieve both.
The Hon. Gordon Giffin, Partner, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP, former U.S. Ambassador to Canada
David Pumphrey, Deputy Director and Senior Fellow, Energy and National Security Program Center for Strategic and International Studies
Janet Peace, Vice President of Markets and Business Strategy, Pew Center on Global Climate Change
Amy Jaffe, Wallace S. Wilson Fellow in Energy Studies and Director of the Energy Forum at the Baker Institute, Rice University
The conference was organized by the Duke University Center for Canadian Studies and the Canada Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, in collaboration with the Fuqua School of Business and the Sanford School of Public Policy, with the assistance of the Government of Canada/avec l’appui du gouvernement du Canada, the Canadian Consulate of Raleigh, and the Québec Delegation of Atlanta.
Please go to the Duke Enegy Conference website to register.