26 June 2013 16:36 [Source: ICIS news]TORONTO (ICIS)--?xml:namespace>
In a media briefing,
Oliver also noted a recent US State Department environmental review that supported Canada's position on Keystone XL, he said.
Asked about Obama’s use of the words “tar sands” – instead of “oil sands” – in his address, Oliver said that there was no tar in the oil sands. “That’s the reason we don’t use the term [tar sands],” he said.
Additional reporting by Joe Kamalick in Washington
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