Alberta battles headwinds
EPA pressures Obama administration to demand more GHG data on planned Keystone addition; industry says EPA estimates outdated
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Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach thinks he’s making progress in persuading U.S. lawmakers that the oil sands industry is cleaning up its act.
But, apparently, not everyone in Washington is buying that message.
The Environmental Protection Agency, which regulates U.S. environmental laws, has urged the Oba....
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