IHS Oil Sands Dialogue: Comparing GHG Intensity of the Oil Sands and the Average US Crude Oil
Oil sands are often singled out for having higher greenhouse gas emissions than the average crude oil consumed (refined) in the United States. The most commonly referenced year for such comparisons is 2005. However, there have been many changes to the crude oil consumed in the United States since 2005. This study explores how the average has changed and how oil sands compare....
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