Taking their place in the oil sands line-up
Marathon and BP might be ready to play in the sands, while Japan steps up contacts with Alberta government and industry
For Petroleum News
The oil sands mania, driven partly by forecasts of US$50-plus oil prices over the foreseeable future and partly by the industry’s bandwagon fixation, shows no signs of let up.
In a year when China and India are both talking about multi-billion dollar investments through state-owned companies, Talism....
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BP has said nothing
Consumption far outpacing discoveries
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