Canada’s crude output will more than double to 6.7M bbl/day by 2030, provided new pipelines such...

|By:, SA News Editor

Canada’s crude output will more than double to 6.7M bbl/day by 2030, provided new pipelines such as Keystone XL (TRP) are built to transport growing oil sands production, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers says. Keystone is critical because the space available to transport Alberta’s rising output via rail and pipelines, such as Enbridge’s (ENB) Mainline, is already tight, the group says.