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I’m One-Canadian Oil Sands

I’m One-Canadian Oil Sands

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Canadian oil sands are the second-largest proven oil reserves on Earth, and developing this resource and the infrastructure to bring this energy to U.S. consumers could support 600,000 American jobs by 2035. Thousands of skilled workers are ready to start work provided that the government issues a permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. Energy from Canada can keep driving America’s economic recovery — and provide a stable, secure energy resource for generations to come.
Canadian oil sands are the second-largest proven oil reserves on Earth, and developing this resource and the infrastructure to bring this energy to U.S. consumers could support 600,000 American jobs by 2035. Thousands of skilled workers are ready to start work provided that the government issues a permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. Energy from Canada can keep driving America’s economic recovery — and provide a stable, secure energy resource for generations to come.

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Brenda W.Operating Engineer
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’m one
 
© 2011 American Petroleum Institute (API)Source:
Economic Impacts of Staged Development of Oil Sands Projects in Alberta (2010-2035)
, Canadian Energy Research Institute, June 2011
Explore the promise of Canadian oil sands at
EnergyTomorrow.org
 Brenda is an operating engineer,and she knows the promise of Canadian oil sands. Today,Canada is America’s number-one supplier of imported oil
by far 
, and tomorrow our neighborcould supply even more. Canadian oil sands are the second-largest proven oil reserves onEarth, and developing this resource and the infrastructure to bring this energy to U.S.consumers could support 600,000 American jobs by 2035. Thousands of skilled workers areready to start work provided that the government issues a permit for the Keystone XLPipeline. Energy from Canada can keep driving Americas economic recovery — and providea stable, secure energy resource for generations to come.
 
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’m one
© 2011 American Petroleum Institute (API)Source:
Economic Impacts of Staged Development of Oil Sands Projects in Alberta (2010-2035)
, Canadian Energy Research Institute, June 2011
Explore the promise of Canadian oil sands at
EnergyTomorrow.org
Jonas is a skilled craft laborer,and he knows the promise of Canadian oil sands. Today, Canada isAmericas number-one supplier of imported oil
by far 
, and tomorrow our neighbor could supply even more.Canadian oil sands are the second-largest proven oil reserves on Earth, and developing this resource andthe infrastructure to bring this energy to U.S. consumers could support 600,000 American jobs by 2035.Thousands of skilled workers are ready to start work provided that the government issues a permit forthe Keystone XL Pipeline. Energy from Canada can keep driving America’s economic recovery — and providea stable, secure energy resource for generations to come.
Skilled Craft LaborerJonas D.
 
Joseph N.Pipefitter
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’m one
© 2011 American Petroleum Institute (API)Source:
Economic Impacts of Staged Development of Oil Sands Projects in Alberta (2010-2035)
, Canadian Energy Research Institute, June 2011
Explore the promise of Canadian oil sands at
 EnergyTomorrow.org
Joseph is a pipefitter,and he knows the promise of Canadian oil sands. Today, Canada is Americas number-one supplier ofimported oil
by far 
, and tomorrow our neighbor could supply even more. Canadian oil sands are the second-largest provenoil reserves on Earth, and developing this resource and the infrastructure to bring this energy to U.S. consumers couldsupport 600,000 American jobs by 2035. Thousands of skilled workers are ready to start work provided that the governmentissues a permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline. Energy from Canada can keep driving Americas economic recovery — andprovide a stable, secure energy resource for generations to come.

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