The Future of Canada’s Oil Sands in an Emissions Constrained World

Wednesday, March 16, 2016 - 5:00 PM
SFU Harbour Centre, Room 1400, 515 W. Hastings St., Vancouver, BC
Public Event: Publication Launch
Mar 16

With hundreds of countries committing to aggressive emissions reductions at the UN climate talks at COP21 in Paris this past December, a signal has been sent to world markets and future investors. We are now living in a carbon constrained world. But what does that mean for global oil production and consumption and the future of the Canadian oil sands?

Join CIGI, the David Suzuki Foundation and Carbon Talks for a discussion with CIGI Senior Fellow Jeff Rubin, author and economist, as he shares his long-term outlook on Canada’s fossil fuel production.

Reception to follow.

Event Speakers

Jeff Rubin is a CIGI senior fellow. A Canadian economist and bestselling author, Jeff is a world-leading energy expert and former chief economist and chief strategist at CIBC World Markets.