This week’s podcast considers how Canada could help fill the gap created by the US sanctions on importing Venezuelan crude oil, explaining the potential for moving crude by rail from Canada to the US Gulf Coast.
Next, we discuss the Alberta Government’s decision to start reducing production curtailments just one month into the policy. Finally, we cover a few legal challenges, the Canadian Supreme Court’s ruling on oil and gas environmental liabilities and the city of Victoria’s plan for a class action lawsuit to help with the costs of climate change.
This podcast references past ARC Energy Research Institute commentary No One Wins at the Blame Game.
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