Cut-price Canada crude makes producers look cheap
The cheapest of them all
At $64 a barrel, the nation’s oil is the cheapest on the planet. A lack of pipelines, exacerbated by delays to Keystone XL and a drought along the Mississippi, is the cause. But the sell-off in shares of the likes of Canadian Natural Resources looks overdone.
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