This document outlines a meeting with the Alberta Minister of Intergovernmental and International Relations, Iris Evans in which similar concerns are proposed in terms of the Canadian Government feels that the specific value of tar sands oil GHG intensity levels from conventional crude oil is unjustified even with evidence supporting that average GHG emissions of tar sands crude is higher than conventional crude oil.
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