Maine city girds for battle with petroleum industry
For Petroleum News
A small coastal city in Maine is ready to do battle with any companies that attempt to move crude from the Alberta oil sands through what has been an oil import point for up to 600,000 barrels per day of heavy Venezuelan and other crudes.
The city council of South Portland has set the stage for a sh....
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