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2nd Coaltrans Conference – West Coast

2nd Coaltrans West Coast, Four Seasons Hotel, Vancouver, Canada, 7-8 May 2014

Dentons is proud to be a Silver Sponsor in support of trade between North America’s coal producers and Asia’s buyers at the 2nd Coaltrans West Coast conference in Vancouver.

Coaltrans will harness its international network of contacts to bring together regional coal producers and service providers with existing and potential coal buyers and investors.

Please join us on Day 1 during Session 2 for a presentation by Leanne Krawchuk on Options for Balancing the Deal Risks in Your Coal Supply Agreements beginning at 10:50 am. Visit members of the Dentons Canada mining team, Leanne Krawchuk, Wei Shao and Carrie Schroeder at the Dentons booth during the exhibition.

We look forward to getting together with you for two days of business matching, knowledge sharing and deal-making!

2nd Coaltrans Conference – West Coast

CO 2 Emissions – Will Alberta Meet the Test for Equivalency?

As part of its goal of regulating carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions on a sector-by-sector basis, the Federal Government published the draft Reduction of Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Coal-fired Generation of Electricity Regulations (the Regulations) on August 27, 2011, pursuant to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA).

On September 5, 2012, Environment Canada announced that the Regulations have now been finalized, the official version of which will be published in an upcoming edition of the Canada Gazette. The Federal Government’s authority to enact the Regulations arises pursuant to section 93(4) of CEPA, under which the Governor in Council is granted the power to regulate any toxic substances specified in Schedule 1 of CEPA, which has included CO2 since 2005.

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CO 2 Emissions – Will Alberta Meet the Test for Equivalency?