Video explainer that describes the potential for growing production of responsibly produced Canadian oil and natural gas to provide benefits to Canada—and the need for pipelines and competitive policies to make this happen.
VIDEO: Pipelines needed to transport growing oil production
We explain why new pipelines and competitive policies are needed to transport growing Canadian oil production.
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