Rallying to oil sands
French, Norwegian firms make a case for expanding their presence in Alberta
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From big and small, from domestic and international stages, there is a steady, rebuilding drumbeat of support for the Canadian oil sands, motivated largely by a belief that cheap oil is disappearing.
The International Energy Agency said production from large existing fields around the worlds is shri....
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StatoilHydro also resolute
Devon will focus on sands
Connacher ramping back up
From the fringe to the center
Alberta production could grow
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