U.S. Defense Department Stands by Its Oil Sands Fuel

Globe and Mail: The U.S. Defence Department has rebuffed an environmentalist campaign to stop it from using fuel processed from oil sands crude, saying there would be no environmental benefit and such a move would be impractical. In a decision posted on the U.S. federal register last week, the department said its use of products from the oil sands had "no significant impact" on the environment, and therefore did not require it to change its procurement practices. The Defence Logistical Agency purchased $12.6-billion......

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