Canada: Alberta wants more oil sands pipelines

Financial Times: Canada’s oil sands producers need to build at least two more pipelines the size of the controversial Keystone XL project if they are to meet their ambitious plans for growth, Alberta’s energy minister has said. Keystone XL, a planned 1,700-mile pipeline to carry diluted bitumen, or heavy oil, from Canada to refineries on the Texas coast, has faced opposition from environmental activists over the higher carbon dioxide emissions associated with oil sands compared with other forms of oil production.......

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