Study eyes potential sticking points for future of oil sands

05/18/2009 | NYTimes.com

A report from consulting agency IHS CERA identifies a range of conditions including government regulation and weak consumer demand that could cut Canadian oil-sands production by up to 4 million barrels per day during the next 20 years. The study says producers could help address some environmental concerns by limiting their use of natural gas and reducing the amount of carbon emissions created in oil-sands mining.

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