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"The world is still going to be consuming over 100 million barrels a day of oil for some time. So, the question has to be reframed: It’s not, are we going to need oil in the future? But who is going to supply that oil?"Peter Tertzakian, Calgary, Alberta
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- TransCanada signs all elected First Nations along $4.7-billion gas pipeline route through BC
- China's Sinopec joins group planning to build Alberta oil refinery
- US 'likely' has taken over as the world's top oil producer