Help derail fuel law: Canada

As European countries prepare to consider a draft directive that many say discriminates against oil sands crude, those within the energy industry are hoping European corporate officials in Canada will help derail the proposed fuel standard, the Globe and Mail reported. The directive aims to reduce the greenhouse gas intensity of transportation fuels and also places crude from oil sands in a different category than other oil.

Published: Wednesday, 10/19/2011 12:00 am EDT

As European countries prepare to consider a draft directive that many say discriminates against oil sands crude, those within the energy industry are hoping European corporate officials in Canada will help derail the proposed fuel standard, the Globe and Mail reported. The directive aims to reduce the greenhouse gas intensity of transportation fuels and also places crude from oil sands in a different category than other oil.

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