A decision by the government of Alberta to impose output curbs of 8.7% could take a toll on North American light oil producers as limited oil sands production could result in reduced condensate demand. Moreover, the cuts have lifted Canadian crude oil prices, making rail shipments to US Gulf Coast refiners more costly.
Light oil producers, US refiners may be hurt by Alberta output cuts
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