Summer Webinar Series

The next US president is expected to inaugurate a new policy framework for domestic energy security, renewable fuel use and mitigation of CO2 emissions. The presumed candidates have already outlined introductory frameworks for domestic energy production and promotion of efficiency.  The Argus Energy Policy Outlook 2008 webinar takes a hard look at the political realities facing the next president, and the candidates’ strategies for delivering new energy and environmental policy.

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Canada's oil sands are taking on greater strategic importance for America as oil prices soar and the threat of instability rises in some key oil-producing countries. But how much can oil sands production rise? What are the challenges the industry faces? The Argus Canadian Oil Sands 2008 webinar takes a look at the investment pouring into this sector, and the expectations this has generated for a future less dependent on imports from other continents. We also look at plans by key players, and the need for new infrastructure to ensure oil sands crude can reach the markets in time.

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Latin America could see as many as eleven new terminals to import liquefied natural gas over the next few years. Mexico leads the pack, with a second terminal just getting underway. On the supply side, Peru is gearing up to launch LNG exports in 2010. Venezuela plans to start deliveries in 2013. The Argus Latin American LNG 2008 webinar will update listeners on Latin America's emerging LNG landscape, from Mexico's Costa Azul to Argentina's Bahia Blanca. We will look at the implications for regional integration, prices and policy.

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