Talks between the operators of a trio of competing projects remain active as Canada looks to cut emissions by 40% over the next decade.
The difficulty in selling a chemical to aid subsea pipeline flow has been delivering it to the wells.
Over the past 30 years Caspian nations such as Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan have built thriving economies on oil and gas wealth led by global energy companies and a handful of megaprojects. As times change, that model may need to be reassessed.

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