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February 05, 2015

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Kathleen McCarthy

Thanks for the info. My trucker husband drives a diesel vehicle.

Kevin Knutson

As a whole, does canada produce enough gas to support itself? Based on a world population of roughly 6 billion people. Canada having 33 million roughly. We make up 1.81% of the worlds population. We produce (according to this page) 4% of the worlds oil demand.

How do conflicts in the Middle East play a role in the canadian oil market prices? Why does our own market not take priority before other countries? After all the U.S. has a much higher demand then we do, yet their prices are minuscule compared to Canada's prices. Thanks!

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