Nothing more than a blip
Alberta’s bitumen production to more than double; conventional may see slight rise, peaking in 2013, but no new pools being found
For Petroleum News
Aside from what is seen as a fleeting deviation, Alberta remains firmly on track to an oil sands future.
Surging oil prices, accompanied by the successful application of new drilling technologies, reduced the decline in conventional crude production last year to 0.4 percent from 8.6 percent in 2009....
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