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I don't get it.
Businesses are thriving off it and investing billions of dollars into the new technology.
If your facts were right
Also they showed the process of seperating it on TV. They put it in a jar, poured water on it, stirred it up, and scooped the oil from the top. All the dirt and sand sunk to the bottom.
Originally posted by howmuchisthedoggy
What you talking aboot, eh?
Isn't Canada part of/same thing as America?
Canada has more oil than the Sauds
Underground deposits on 16,500 square miles in the Uinta Basin of eastern Utah, the Piceance Basin of northwest Colorado and southwest Wyoming's Green River Basin are estimated to contain more than 1 trillion barrels of crude oil in the form of oil-saturated shale rock and sand, according to the U.S. Department of Energy, but extracting it presents technological, logistical and economic challenges.
Canada can keep their oil, they'll need it for all the middle eastern immigrants that are and will continue to flock there... It's a tax haven,
and they know people won't racially profile them because of their belief in Allah.
Originally posted by Dulcimer
I touched on this in my thread awhile back.
Good time to flock to alberta.
Unfortunately I live in saskatchewan. The rest of canada will never benefit from alberta oil.