‘Greening’ oil sands costly, but possible
Report from Canadian Energy Research Institute says most likely outcome requirement by U.S., Canada for carbon capture, storage
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Shedding the “dirty oil” label for a “green bitumen” uniform will be costly for the Alberta oil sands business, but likely not an option as the United States and Canadian governments move towards low carbon fuel standards, the Canadian Energy Research Institute says in a new report.
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