No quit in BC refinery plans
Proponents take steps toward building Pacific Coast facilities to upgrade oil sands bitumen for export; road ahead remains tough
For Petroleum News
There are two rock-solid believers that upgraders can be built on the British Columbia coast to turn Alberta oil sands bitumen into synthetic crude for export to Asia-Pacific markets.
And, regardless of a chorus from skeptics and cynics drawn from First Nations, the environmental movement, industry....
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Study for Kitimat
Completion in 2022
Former chiefs recruited
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