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Vol. 13, No. 6 Week of February 10, 2008
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Asia threatens U.S. energy security

Alberta premier: Asian countries poised to take advantage of oil sands if U.S. bans use of fuel from unconventional sources

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

Banning “dirty fuel” from the oil sands on environmental grounds would jeopardize United States energy security and open the door to Alberta for oil-hungry countries such as China and India, Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach told a U.S. audience as he tried to head off a growing clamor to slow development....

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CO2 network planned

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