Alberta oil sands, water in conflict
New study reports high levels of carcinogens, toxic substances in fish, water and sediment downstream from projects
For Petroleum News
In the words of Mark Twain: Whisky is for drinking. Water is for fighting over.
Some might consider posting that quip in large letters over 90,000 acres of what was once forest and wetlands and is now a moonscape that keeps spreading across the oil sands of northeastern Alberta.
In recent years, the....
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