New Process Could Make Canadian Oil Cheaper, Cleaner
New technology for extracting oil from oil sands could more than double the amount of oil that can be extracted from these abundant deposits. It could also reduce greenhouse-gas emissions from the process by up to 85 percent. The technology was developed by N-Solv, an Alberta-based consortium that recently received $10 million from the Canadian government to develop the technology.
At some point in the near future, you will seek out gasoline that is from Canada, Mexico, the USA, and Brazil. You will purposely avoid any gasoline that comes from terror fascist countries. They will call it Ethical Oil. And Chavez, the Saudi Kingdom, and Iran will not be on the list.