‘Dirty oil’ gets an airing
U.S.-Canada panel says U.S. reliance on oil sands feeds ‘destructive’ habit if refineries continue with expansions, conversions
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United States refiners are ready to spend $53 billion to expand or convert their facilities to handle an extra 2 million barrels per day of oil sands-derived crude at the same time environmental groups are warning of “catastrophic” impacts from the growing reliance on the Alberta resource.
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Regulations being developed
Total: crude supply concerns
Cost of cutting GHCs high
Aboriginals take legal route
Attorney: consulting ‘broken’
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