Markets ready for rise in Canadian oil sands production
By ULRICH ROTHGERBER
Production of Canadian oil sands bitumen will continue to rise in the coming decades but not without advances in processing technologies and the adoption by producers of varied strategies to market the resulting heavy crude blends.These were some of the issues raised by speakers July 15 during the opening session of the second annual Oil Sands & Heavy Oil Technologies Conference & Exhibition in Calgary. Tension was palpable at the opening session regarding one topic in particular: growing concerns in Canada about finicky talk in the US concerning the type of oil it allows to cross its borders. This hot-button issue has its impetus in a resolution the US Conference of Mayors adopte...
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