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April 24, 2020

Low WCS price for Alberta oil causes larger cuts in production

By Agne Suipyte

Similar to other oil-producing nations, Canada is suffering from unusually low oil prices and uncertainty in future oil demand.

Earlier this month the main Canadian oil benchmark, the West Canadian Select (WCS), plummeted below $5 per barrel dragged by the fall in the West Texas Intermediate (WTI) price and also because of the lower demand of the heavy crude grade by refineries.

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