A fog over the oil sands
‘Boycotters’ setting record straight; insist they only want to reduce high-carbon fuels; study fingers oil sands for toxic metals
For Petroleum News
The battle for hearts, minds and credibility is raging in the Alberta oil sands like seldom, if ever, before.
Claims by ForestEthics, a U.S. activist environmental group, that it had gathered support from some major U.S. retailers to boycott the use of fuel derived from the oil sands are being erode....
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