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Main Takeaways for the week of December 1, 2021

The Biden Administration may be getting what it wished for, as unknowns around Omicron variant, JCPOA nuclear talks, and the OPEC+ December conference combine for a tumultuous week in petroleum liquids. China takes stock of fall coal shortage and charts slow path to decarbonization with long-term continued use of coal and natural gas. North American liquids pipelines have an exciting week, with developments for Enbridge Mainline and Line 5, and the continued shutdown of the Trans Mountain pipeline. European energy crisis is brought back into the headlines with a combination of cold winter and persistent low gas storage. Mining and hydrogen continue to lag behind energy transition goals.


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The Canadian Petrochemical Industry: Navigating Uncertain Global Waters by Steven Kelly


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