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UPDATE 1-In boost for Canada oil-by-rail, MEG plans diluent recovery unit
Canadian producer MEG Energy said on Friday it will build Western Canada's first diluent recovery unit, a C$75 million facility that could be a crucial step in the quest to ship raw oil sands bitumen by rail.
New technologies drive down costs in the oilsands, shrink carbon footprint
Workers connect giant 300-tonne cranes to lift 80-tonne modules off flatbed trucks at the Cenovus Energy facility, which uses steam- assisted gravity drainage to heat the oil and bring it to the surface.
The Globe and Mail
Oil's biggest problem? A new 'peak' worry
Rows of steam generating plants at Cenovus Energy's Christina Lake oil sands operation in Christina Lake, Alberta, Canada, June 12, 2013.
The First Perspective-Aboriginal
Selkirk College Instructors Delve Deeper into First Nations History
In an effort to weave together a history severed by an international border, a pair of Selkirk College instructors headed south this past summer to explore Lakes People history first hand.
Arrow Lakes News
NDP nominee announces intention to run in new federal riding
Margaret Maximenko has announced her nomineeship for the NDP candidacy in the new riding of South Okanagan West Kootenay that includes Nakusp.