Canada’s exports of oil, gas, hydro and uranium are becoming more lucrative and desirable as protests continue in Egypt and the middle East. The timing is significant, with the U.S. poised to soon decide on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, which would add a second straw from Alberta to U.S. refineries clustered on the Gulf Coast, nearly doubling capacity of the southern flow. Read more…
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