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    Oil Extraction

    Oil is produced (extracted) using different methods depending on geology and location. After recovering the oil, it is sent to refineries to create refined products we use every day, such as gasoline.

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    Uses for Oil

    Canadians consume a lot of products made from oil. In fact, Canadians used 110 billion litres of refined oil products in 2018. Oil is an important part of daily life in Canada and the world for transportation, heating our homes, and plastics used in clothing, electronics, and more.

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    Oil and Natural Gas Pipelines

    Pipelines are a critical part of Canada’s oil and natural gas infrastructure. Pipelines are the safest and most efficient way to move large volumes of oil and natural gas from development areas to refineries, petrochemical plants and even to our homes and businesses for use.

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    Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples

    Responsible development contributes to overall reconciliation and indigenous self-determination by supporting the growth of sustainable Indigenous communities.

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    Five questions: with Stan and Shay Laurent

    Indigenous business owners Stan Laurent and son Shay talk about their opportunities, finding balance and building trust with the oil sands industry.

    January 5, 2022

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