Alberta’s end is beginning

Crude heaviness discount, real estate, population and peak oil are painting a dismal picture

Map of Canada with Alberta highlighted

Alberta in Canada is best known as the home of the oil sands, a very large reserve of hydrocarbons which must remain almost entirely in the ground in order for global warming to be addressed. This week, there is good news for the climate, but bad news for Alberta…

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