Too little, too much
Oil sands production expected to outstrip Alberta’s processing capacity
For Petroleum News
Oil sands producers in the Canadian province of Alberta face a double-edged problem — not enough upgrading capacity and too much export pipeline space — according to new reports.
The Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board said June 7 the rapid growth of oil sands production, which could more t....
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