Oil sands extend global reach
South Korea buys in for US$270 million, production by 2010; Eni said to be interested, with deal rumored by end of September
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The Alberta oil sands have secured one more international flag and a second may soon be unfurled.
With the United States, France, China and Japan having already made a footprint in the sticky muskeg, South Korea is joining them and rumors have Italy next in line.
Korea National Oil Corp. or KNOC, So....
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