No quick carbon fixes
Oil sands leader argues ‘absolute’ limits on oil sands’ GHG would burden sector; Imperial boss says answers could take 100 years
For Petroleum News
Two leading players in the Alberta oil sands — the flashpoint of Canada’s climate-change wrangling — have answered criticism that the sector is not doing enough to explain itself.
In the process, they got to grips with the range of challenges facing those seeking answers to greenhouse gas emissions....
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