Researchers from the Universities of Calgary and Toronto released a report July 13 finding that perceptions that production of transportation fuels from the Alberta oil sands is more greenhouse gas intensive than production from conventional crude are supported by new research, although the opposite can also be true. They found that emissions for both types of production vary widely, depending on individual project operating conditions, technology used, and other factors.
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GHG overlap from oil sands, normal crude
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