Watching Government: Canada's role in US energy

Officials from three Canadian provinces and the Northwest Territories want Canada to retain its important role in US efforts to meet growing needs for natural gas.“We view ourselves as pure, reliable suppliers to the US. We have been for a long time and want it to continue,” said Richard Neufeld, British Columbia’s minister of energy, mines, and petroleum resources.More similarities than differences emerged between the officials and their counterparts in US states during a Mar. 9 seminar at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC. Canadian producers are scrambling to find qualified employees. The officials themselves must balance economic, so...

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