January 9, 2012

A Perfect Storm for Alberta's Oil Industry

Sheila Pratt, Vancouver Sun

The Obama administration nixes the proposed Keystone pipeline south to the U.S. Gulf Coast after the 2012 elections and the Gateway pipeline to the West Coast gets bogged down for years in messy hearings.

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TAGGED: Canada, Alberta, Oil, Barack Obama, Keystone XL Pipeline

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