Oil sands competition stiffens
India latest to join line-up at Alberta’s door; could do land deal, partnership or takeover this year
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Getting formal global recognition for its oil sands reserves was one thing, but that was little more than a nice warm feeling all over for the Alberta government.
What has happened in the last year gives weight to decisions by the U.S. Energy Information Administration and the International Monetary....
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U.S. won’t have exclusive access
Japan has sent delegation
Cupboard is sparse, but big deals predicted
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