April 2021, Vol. 248, No. 4

Features

Canada Looks to Future Beyond Keystone XL, COVID-19

By Jeff Awalt, Executive Editor  With production curtailments lifted and a post-COVID-19 upturn in sight, Canadian oil production is on the rise, prompting concerns that output from Alberta’s oil sands could again exceed takeaway capacity within a few years, even if current pipeline construction is completed.  Photo: Trans Mountain Corporation The apparent demise of Keystone XL has shaken Canada’s energy industry and provincial governments to their core, costing jobs, investments and future income in Canada and the U.S. alike. But Canada will bear the overwhelming brunt of U.S. President Joe Biden’s decision on his first day in office

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