Resource Base, Pipeline Networks Position Canadian Producers For Greater Share Of U.S. Oil And Gas Demand

06/28/1999
Bruce DeBaie Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers Calgary Unconventional petroleum sources, such as synthetic crude from oilsands, will account for a growing share of Canada's oil production in the next century. This aerial photograph of Syncrude Canada Ltd.'s oilsands processing complex near Fort McMurray, Alta., shows the Base Mine in the foreground. Photo courtesy of Syncrude Canada. Recent and continuing expansions to the Canadian pipeline infrastructure have put the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin (WCSB) on the verge of full integration with the North American natural gas market. This development has Canadian producers well-positioned to...
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