Opportunities abound for negotiating a better NAFTA. As the Trump Administration pushes for modernization, one commonsense policy area that should be preserved and improved is energy. Tuesday, Jan 16, 2018 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm The Heritage Foundation 214 Massachusetts Ave NE Washington, DC 20002 Featuring Bryan Riley Director, Free Trade Initiative, National Taxpayers Union Aaron Padilla Senior Advisor, International Policy, American Petroleum Institute Daniel Fine Associate Director, New Mexico Center for Energy Policy Hosted by Nicolas Loris Fellow in Energy and Environmental Policy @NiconomistLoris Description Last year, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer notified Congress of the Trump Administration’s intent to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). After several rounds of negotiation among the United States, Canada, and Mexico, many critical issues remain unresolved. Opportunities abound for negotiating a better NAFTA. As the Trump Administration pushes for modernization, one commonsense policy area that should be preserved and improved is energy. Canada and Mexico are two of America’s most important trade partners in energy markets. The Trump Administration should build off that success. Strengthening the integration of energy markets among the three countries will unleash the massive amount of energy abundance in North America. Join us as we hear from experts on how enhancing energy trade with Canada and Mexico will result in more jobs and affordable power for American households and help achieve the Trump Administration’s goal of energy dominance.