You are invited to join a virtual workshop on Energy Security and the North American Oil & Gas Production Platform. The workshop will be held on February 17, 2021, from 11:00 am - 12:30 AM EDT. You must register to attend the workshop. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the workshop.
The Biden Administration has moved quickly to place the U.S. in a leadership role in the energy transition. Within days of taking power, the Administration rejoined the Paris Climate Accord, halted new oil and gas development on U.S. public lands, and cancelled a Canadian heavy crude oil pipeline project (Keystone XL). Similar initiatives to limit U.S. oil and gas production can be expected in the near future. Are these policy initiatives effective measures to accelerate the energy transition and do they conflict with long-standing measures to sustain American energy security?
Join EPRINC staff and fellows (Ivan Sandrea, Jeff Kissel, Max Pyziur, Michael Lynch, Larry Goldstein, and Lucian Pugliaresi) as well as Michelle Foss from the Baker Institute, Aaron Annabel from the Canadian Embassy, Trisha Curtis (EPRINC fellow, PetroNerds), and Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher (invited) for a discussion of all things energy security. Workshop participants will also be able to pose questions during the event.