Critical Questions for the Canadian Oil Sands- IHS
IHS CERA first researched questions critical for oil sands development in the 2009 Special Report Growth in the Canadian Oil Sands: Finding the New Balance. This update accounts for changes since that time and aims to illuminate critical questions for oil sands development, with a focus on areas of disagreement or uncertainty.
• Context. This report is part of a series from the IHS CERA Canadian Oil Sands Dialogue. The dialogue convenes stakeholders in the oil sands to participate in an objective analysis of the benefits, costs, and impacts of various choices associated with Canadian oil sands development. Participants include representatives from governments, regulators, oil companies, pipeline companies, academia, and nongovernmental organizations. This report and past Oil Sands Dialogue reports can be downloaded at www.ihs.com/oilsandsdialogue.
• Methodology. This report includes multistakeholder input from a focus group meeting held in Washington, DC, on 13 November 2012 and participant feedback on a draft version of the report. IHS CERA also conducted its own extensive research and analysis, both independently and in consultation with stakeholders. IHS CERA has full editorial control over this report and is solely responsible for the report’s contents. (See the end of the report for a list of participants and the IHS CERA team.)
Subject(s):Science, Geography, Economics, Business Education, Environmental Studies,
Topic:Air, Atmosphere and Climate, Business and Economics, Natural Resources,
Grade: 9 10 11 12
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