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Non-compliance with carbon market rules could result in substantial penalties

Ontario’s cap and trade program, which launched in January 2017, includes a number of rules regarding participation in the carbon market where emission allowances and offset credits are bought and sold. The stated purpose of...more

Energy supply agreements in an evolving climate change regulatory regime

Many energy supply agreements currently in place were drafted at a time when it was uncertain what regulatory measures - if any - provincial or federal governments might take to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It is...more

Pan-Canadian framework on climate change announced

At the conclusion of the December 9, 2016 meeting of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the leaders of Canada’s provinces and territories, the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change (PCF) was formally...more

Significant developments in Canadian carbon legislation and policy

On June 6, 2016, Alberta passed the Climate Leadership Implementation Act, creating a carbon levy on fuel consumption. This legislation marks the provincial government’s first step towards executing its Climate Leadership...more

Alberta's Bill 20: Climate Leadership Implementation Act

The Alberta Government introduced Bill 20, the Climate Leadership Implementation Act, on May 24, 2016. The Bill proposes a carbon levy on fuel consumption and marks the Government’s first step towards executing Alberta’s...more

Alberta’s Bill 20: Climate Leadership Implementation Act

The Alberta Government introduced Bill 20, the Climate Leadership Implementation Act, on May 24, 2016. The Bill proposes a carbon levy on fuel consumption and marks the Government’s first step towards executing Alberta’s...more

Obama methane regulations come into focus: EPA finalizes methane standards for new O&G sources; requests information for existing...

On Thursday, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) took a significant step toward meeting the Obama administration's pledge to reduce methane emissions from the oil and gas sector to 40-45 percent below 2012 levels by...more

"Something’s happening here. What it is ain't exactly clear...yet"

With apologies to Stephen Stills, we introduce our initial bulletin on the Alberta Climate Leadership Policy announced by the Provincial Government on November 22, 2015. As is the case with most broad policy announcements,...more

Alberta Announces More Stringent GHG Emission Regulations and Climate Change Policy Review Panel

In her first major policy announcement since taking office six weeks ago, Alberta’s Environment and Parks Minister Shannon Phillips announced on June 25, 2015 that Alberta’s primary GHG regulation will be renewed and updated....more

Recent developments in Canada expected to impact climate change policy - Canada makes INDC commitment ahead of Paris COP

Canada joined 36 other countries in May and submitted its intended nationally determined contribution (INDC) to the UNFCCC in advance of the Paris COP 21. Canada’s INDC is noteworthy in that it contains some interesting...more

Alberta Announces More Stringent GHG Emission Regulations and Climate Change Policy Review Panel

In her first major policy announcement since taking office five weeks ago, Alberta’s Environment and Parks Minister Shannon Phillips announced today that Alberta’s primary GHG regulation will be renewed and updated. The...more

Oh Canada - Significant Developments In Canadian Energy: February 2013

In This Issue: - Oil Sands News - East Coast News - West Coast News - Canadian Arctic News - Alternative Energy News - On the Horizon - Abbreviations - Excerpt from Oil Sands...more

Oh Canada! Significant Developments In Canadian Energy - January 2013

In This Issue: - Oil Sands News  - East Coast News  - West Coast News  - Canadian Arctic News  - Alternative Energy  - On the Horizon  - Abbreviations  - Excerpt from Oil Sands...more

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