New oilsands pipelines would improve Canada’s energy security risk: U.S. Chamber

CALGARY — Building export pipelines will greatly improve Canada’s energy security risk rating and ease the risk to its trading partners as well, concludes a new study from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

The study released Monday morning shows that Mexico, with high energy production and low domestic demand, plus few export barriers, had the lowest energy security risk in the top 25 high energy-consuming nations of the world in the 1980-2010 period.

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