Download Canadian Oil Sands Energy Dialogue Reports and Studies
The following Special Reports and Multiclient Study on The Canadian Oil Sands Energy Dialogue are now available for you to download.
- Oil Sands Economic Benefits: Today and in the future, January 2014.
- Critical Questions for the Canadian Oil Sands, October 2013
- IHS CERA Insight: Keystone XL Pipeline: No Material Impact on US GHG Emissions, August 2013
- Assessing Marine Transport for Oil Sands on Canada’s West Coast, June 2013
- IHS CERA comment to US State Department on Keystone XL Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, April 2013
- Extracting Economic Value from the Canadian Oil Sands: Upgrading and refining in Alberta (or not)?, March 2013
- Future Markets for Canadian Oil Sands, January 2013
- Oil Sands, Greenhouse Gases, and US Oil Supply: Getting the Numbers Right – 2012 Update, November
Also available separate Appendix supporting the main report
- Assessing Environmental Regulations in the Canadian Oil Sands, December 2011
- Major Sources of US Oil Supply: The Challenge of Comparisons, October 2011
- The Role of the Canadian Oil Sands in the US Market: Energy Security, Changing Supply Trends, and the Keystone XL Pipeline, June 2011
- Oil Sands, Greenhouse Gases, and European Oil Supply: Getting the Numbers Right, April 2011
- Canadian Oil Sands Face US GHG Policy Uncertainty, April 2011
- Oil Sands Technology: Past, Present, and Future, January 2011
- Oil Sands, Greenhouse Gases, and US Oil Supply: Getting the Numbers Right, September 2010
- The Role of Canadian Oil Sands in US Oil Supply, April 2010
Frequently Asked Questions:
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on the IHS CERA Oil Sands, Greenhouse Gases, and US Oil Supply: Getting the Numbers Right?