Alberta oil sands source of vast water pollution

The oil sands will undoubtedly become a critical hydrocarbon source as conventional light oil reservoirs peak out in the next few years to decades. The resource is already a huge business and a major economic development opportunity for the region; however, the methods to extract the bitumen are rud...

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