Canadian crude oil production up; imports down, Statistics Canada says

Numbers culled between June 2008 and June 2009 reveal interesting changes on Canadian energy scene

August 01, 2009

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The latest Statistics Canada numbers show several interesting changes that occurred in the Canadian oil and natural gas market during the year between June 2008 and June 2009. Production of crude oil and equivalent hydrocarbons actually increased during that time, at the expense of imports. More oil was exported during that time and less of it was refined in Canada. Natural gas saw some dramatic trends as imports into Canada increased by 89.3 per cent over that time period with production, domestic sales and exports all falling during that time


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