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The cost of a barrel of Canadian oil soared to $44 in January. The reason was a sharp decline in production in Alberta. This may lead to a decrease in revenue for US exporters of Canadian oil. The government of the Canadian province of Alberta forced manufacturers to cut production by almost 9% to raise collapsed prices for a local brand of Western Canadian Select (WSC) oil. This led to the fact that the price of the WSC variety rose to $44.71 per barrel f...
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