Natural resources lunch: Canadian Energy Development & Policies & Laws to Reduce GHG Emissions

Presentation by Allan Ingelson, Associate Professor, University of Calgary & Executive Director, Canadian Institute of Resources Law

Canada a country with the second largest geographic area in the world hosts a variety of hydrocarbon and renewable energy resources in different areas. In light of the commitments made by the Canadian Federal Government in Paris in December 2016 to reduce the national level of GHG emissions, provincial governments are adopting a variety of policies and regulations that reflect the availability of different energy resources and the existing energy infrastructure in each jurisdiction. The Pan-Canadian Carbon Plan will create a floor price on carbon and allow each of the provincial governments to implement a provincial carbon tax or employ broader market based mechanisms.



Professor Allan Ingelson (B.A., B.Sc., J.D, LLM) is the Executive Director of the Canadian Institute of Resources Law and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law, University of Calgary.  He is the General Editor of the Canada Energy Law Service published since 1979 by Thomson Reuters. He holds memberships in the Canadian Bar Association, American Energy Bar Association, the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators and the Academy of Legal Studies in Business. Prof. Ingelson has published numerous articles in a variety of Canadian and international scholarly energy and environmental law journals. He has instructed courses on hydrocarbon and renewable energy regulation, energy & environmental law, oil and gas, oil and gas agreements, contract negotiations, dispute resolution and environmental impact assessment law.

Published Oct. 17, 2017 2:25 PM - Last modified Oct. 18, 2017 11:09 AM