February 13, 2013

Canada's "Bottlenecked" Oil

John Spears, Toronto Star


Toronto Sun

From the oil industry’s perspective, on some days Canada has a $30 million-a-day problem. On other days, it’s a $40 million-a-day problem.

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TAGGED: Shale Boom, Natural Gas, Oil Pipelines, Canada

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