CERI: TWO U.S.-CANADIAN OIL LINES VIABLE

Projected U.S. demand for crude oil supports two new pipeline projects to deliver Alberta oil to U.S. markets, says Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI), Calgary. CERI, in a new study contends the U.S. will need as much as another 600,000 b/d of Canadian oil by 2000 as established U.S. fields decline. CERI said the U.S. demand outlook supports two oil pipeline projects now in the regulatory mill. Canada's National Energy Board will begin hearings Nov. 22 on export pipeline plans by

Nov 8th, 1993
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