‘Sink-or-swim’ debate rages on
Canadian government report on what would happen if diluted bitumen spilled in ocean fails to resolve feud over dangers of exports
For Petroleum News
The debate over what happens to diluted bitumen, dilbit, from the Alberta oil sands when it spills in ocean water was unresolved by a Canadian government technical report.
The confusion spawned by those findings do nothing to help or hinder plans by Enbridge and Kinder Morgan to open export routes t....
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