A dozen or more companies now are reportedly moving quickly with plans to recover oil from the vast oil-sand deposits in a 250-mile (400-km) radius of Ft. McMurry, Alberta, Canada. Late last year, the proven reserves of economically recoverable oil in the area were officially established at 175 billion barrels, although some estimates put the total at more than 300 billion barrels (see related story: Canadian Petroleum Source Potentially Huge). A spokesman for the U.S. Dept. of Energy ...
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