Greenpeace protest sparks questions about security of Alberta oilsands
While the oilsands industry tries to calm any frayed nerves after a splashy protest by Greenpeace at a Shell work site in northern Alberta, some analysts say the infiltration of such a huge operation should serve as a warning about the security of energy installations.
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#1 Sep 22, 2009
Oilsands debate so far for adults only but the Kids will Paying for it While they have kids etc.
Some say : Can we have an adult discussion about Alberta's oilsands?
What that is or means though, an informed and intelligent one,
which is a mainly what we've been Hearing...
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