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Biden’s presidency poses new risks for Canada’s energy sector

Biden’s climate plan aims to wean the U.S. off of fossil fuels.

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The oil price and volume of production drive the Alberta and Saskatchewan crude oil royalty formulas.

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British Columbia’s natural gas resources are substantial and the international market for liquefied natural gas is growing.

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The expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline will add an additional 590 thousand barrels per day of capacity.

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The president-elect's position on the Keystone XL pipeline may be problematic.

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Canadian natural gas, sold to markets in India and Asia, could displace some of their need to generate power with coal.

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Trying to stimulate other sectors of the economy so their increased output will balance off the loss in energy will simply build in future problems of maladjustment in these industries.

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The University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy has put out an important report that sheds light on an under-discussed dimension of Canada’s energy export challenge: the time factor.

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Given Canada's proximity to the United States, we tend to take our peace and security for granted.

This comfortable distance from most of the world's violence has also led us to underestimate how useful Canada might be in defusing threats elsewhere using an item some people overlook as leverage: energy.