Time to remove barriers: Bodman
DOE secretary to spend final time in office tackling issues of pipelines, refining, that limit import of Canadian heavy crudes
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With the Middle East on the brink of war, geopolitical turmoil disrupting crude supplies and oil edging towards US$80 per barrel, Canadian government and industry leaders were spared the need to sell U.S. Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman on the importance of Alberta oil sands production when he visite....
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