European giants buck EU fuel label
Total, Statoil, counter pressure to label oil sands crude ‘dirty oil’; Total says both Northern Gateway, TransMountain lines needed
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France’s Total and Norway’s Statoil, two of the largest European-based oil companies, are countering pressure from the European Union to redraw a fuel standard by labeling oil sands crude as “dirty oil.”
Gary Houston, vice president of midstream for Total’s Canadian unit, told a Calgary conference t....
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