Energy companies like Exxon Mobil Corp. could abandon plans to tap into reserves in Canada’s oil sands, as high extraction costs and a Canadian carbon tax make extraction unprofitable, The Wall Street Journal reports.
“For a lot of reasons the oil sands look like a prime candidate for eventual abandonment,” said energy fellow Jim Krane. “One problem is that costs are persistently higher. The high carbon content only makes it worse.”
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