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Reliance on oil sands grows despite environmental risks

The U.S. produces 5 million barrels of oil a day, and imports 10 million more. The biggest source of imports is — surprise! — Canada. Much of Canada’s oil is from oil sands, aka tar sands, that is sent south in pipelines. The relationship is politically advantageous, but environmentally risky.

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