It's a very pretty laser.
If you don't want to answer that question, I'll have to wait for, hopefully, something you send us on that.
I want to talk a little bit about oil sands, because I have a concern with some statements that have been made. First, the Prime Minister started off with a less ambitious target of three to four times expansion of the oil sands by 2015. Then we had the Minister of Natural Resources say 4 million to 5 million barrels from 1 million barrels within the same timeframe. Then Minister Flaherty, in China, in late January not so long ago, said 4.6 times.
Given the fact that sequestration infrastructure is not going to be online in that kind of timeframe, any expert at all has said that will mean our greenhouse gas emission targets are absolutely blown out of the water. On the one hand, you're coming and telling us you care about greenhouse gas emissions; on the other hand, you have ministers who are talking about multiplying times five--at most, five--the expansion of the oil sands, which would mean not only would we not meet our international commitments, but by 2020 greenhouse gas emissions would not be reduced at all; in fact, they would be higher than what they are today.
In light of that, can you tell me what your targets are if they're not Kyoto for 2012? What are your targets for 2015? What are your targets for 2020? Specifically with regard to oil sands and this massive expansion you're contemplating and very excited about, how does that match with what those targets are?
So start, if you would, with your targets, and then tell us about how this massive expansion can fit in with those targets.