oil transportation

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Canada’s growing regulatory morass

There’s an urgent need for regulatory reform, especially in Alberta.

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Another second-best solution for Alberta’s oil transport woes

Canada already exports more refined products than we import.

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Switching to pucks could reduce shipping costs by $15 per barrel.

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Pipeline crunch sending crude to markets—by truck

Truck transport costs US$20 per barrel—four times more expensive than pipelines.

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Keystone XL approval errs on side of safety

Pipelines are 2.5 times less likely than rail to experience a release of product when transporting a million barrels of oil.

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More than 99 per cent of crude oil and petroleum products transported by pipelines arrive at their final destination.