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Keystone, China, and Other Energy Security Issues
Start Date: 3/18/2013Start Time: 11:45 AM
End Date: 3/18/2013End Time: 1:45 PM

Event Description:
The United States currently imports more than half of its crude oil from the Western Hemisphere, including Canada. Where exactly it comes from, how and by what routes it should be transported, and what methods of extraction are used, are all questions of concern. From a national security perspective, perhaps the most pressing concern of all is the role of Chinese energy-sector investments in Canadian oil sands. On 18 March, Steve Kelly, visiting professor of the practice of public policy and Canadian studies in Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University, will discuss a variety of security issues associated with the development of the energy resources of the U.S.'s northern neighbor.
Contact Information:
Name: Carolyn Pumphrey
Phone: 919-613-9280
Email: pumphrey@duke.edu
Steve Kelly
Admission Information:
Free and Open to the Public
Other Details:
Light Luncheon Served
Registration Required by Friday before event
Event URL:
http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e72skg4rf1712fa9&llr=6qfh5neab

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