Struggling with sands of time
Supermajors agree sands output vital to security, at odds over environmental impact; Keystone backers annoyed by ‘dirty oil’ tag
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Under attack for setting up operations in the Alberta oil sands, the global supermajors agree the resource is a valuable part of energy security, but they take different routes at that point.
ExxonMobil boss Rex Tillerson, caught May 29 in a heated shareholder debate over the company’s policy toward....
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