Alberta oil sands in slowdown mode
Government, industry leaders explore ways to spread construction over a longer period, reducing competition for labor, materials
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From a helter-skelter, head-spinning rate of growth, the Alberta oil sands may be taking the first, tentative steps into an era of a more manageable, measured pace of expansion.
In a convergence of events, governments and industry are working on ways to ensure the sector moves forward in an environm....
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