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An energy policy that shuns Canadian oil will push America’s best ally into the arms of China

TUSCALOOSA, Ala.  (MCT) – U.S. energy policies – specifically President Obama’s delay of a decision pending further environmental-impact study for a part of the Keystone Pipeline – are pushing Canada into a closer trading relationship with China.
Just ask Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who in January of this year told Mr. Obama that the delay meant Canada would focus on “diversifying” energy exports.         
Or ask Canadian Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver, who told the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. that same month that “we currently have one customer (the U.S.) for our energy exports.  That customer has said that it doesn ...

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