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Vol. 12, No. 29 Week of July 22, 2007
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


China quits sands pipeline in a huff

Abandons role in plans to ship Alberta oil sands production to Chinese refineries, accuses Canadian government, producers of blocking Chinese access to markets; Enbridge says discussions continue with possible California, Asian buyers

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

In a scathing public attack on the Canadian government, China’s giant oil company abandoned its role in plans to ship Alberta oil sands production to Chinese refineries. China National Petroleum Corp., the largest of China’s state-owned oil companies, accused the government of failing to do more to....

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