Canada seeks oil sands exemption
U.S. legislation banning use of ‘nonconventional’ fuels by military, agencies, rising political tide sets off counter-arguments regarding Alberta oil sands development
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Forget about greenhouse gas regulations, royalty hikes, construction costs and labor shortages.
The Alberta oil sands sector may be getting dragged into its toughest fight yet, especially if Democrats take over the White House and Congress in the November election.
Senators Hilary Clinton and Barac....
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Canadian concerns growing
Canada largest foreign supplier to U.S.
Stelmach: transportation a factor
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