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Vol. 12, No. 9 Week of March 04, 2007
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Green protestors turn red over oil sands

Environmentalists use map on TransCanada Web site to bolster case that Mackenzie natural gas will be diverted to the Alberta oil sands, aiding and abetting production of 'dirty' fuel

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

With the Alberta oil sands being painted as Canada’s leading greenhouse gas ogre, environmentalists seized another chance Feb. 26 to tar the resource. (See related story on page 13.) Appearing before a Mackenzie Gas Project session of the Joint Review Panel in Edmonton, they urged the Canadian gover....

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Imperial: oil sands development would continue without gas

Rules for end-use of gas suggested


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