Oil sands gets government cleanup order
Minister not prepared to see Canada’s reputation sullied; says government willing, empowered to protect ‘clean energy’ standing
For Petroleum News
If not exactly the shot heard around the world, it certainly whistled across the bow of Canada’s oil sands sector as federal Environment Minister Jim Prentice admonished the industry to clean up its act.
Reportedly unhappy that oil sands proponents failed to make their case at the Copenhagen climate....
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