Oil sands among riskiest energy plays in the world: report
Riskiest Oil Projects Are in Canada

A study by the Carbon Tracker Initiative (CTI) highlighted 20 of the biggest projects around the world that need a minimum oil price of US$95 per barrel to be economically viable.

Here are the nine riskiest Canadian oil extraction projects listed by CTI.

#1
ConocoPhillips’ Foster Creek oilsands mine

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Construction to start this year

#2
Shell’s Carmon Creek oilsands mine

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#3
ConocoPhillips’ and Total’s Surmont oilsands mine

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#4
Exxon’s Aspen oil sands mine

#5
Exxon’s Kearl oil sands mine

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#6
ConocoPhillips’ Christina Lake oilsands mine

#7
BP’s Sunrise oilsands mine

#8
Chevron and ConocoPhillips’ Amauligak Arctic Drilling Project

#9
Chevron and Shell’s Athabasca oilsands mine

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