Blame Canada for Making the Oil Glut Worse

Legacy projects from the days of $100 barrels mean that two years of new production is still in the pipeline.

Oil's Steep Drop: Market Sentiment or Fundamentals?

Some of the world's most expensive crude lies trapped inside Canada's oil sands. But the lingering legacy of $100 barrels means the nation is destined to exacerbate, rather than alleviate, the global crude glut over the next two years.

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