What happens when Edmonton Par (Canadian light oil benchmark) trades at a discount of $9.50 to WTI and when Western Canadian Select (Canadian heavy oil benchmark) trades at a whopping $33 discount per barrel to WTI? Then what happens when WTI oil trades at an $18 per barrel discount to Brent? Canada loses billions of dollars in revenue.
It’s about time we set an energy strategy in this country and override all the pipeline naysayers and eco-Nazis. We need export solutions and we need them fast, the wealth of all Canadian citizens is at stake. Let’s lay those new pipes or use existing ones to ship our oil through the west to Asia or east where we can wean ourselves off imported oil. We cannot stand idle when our precious commodity is landlocked in Canada and the US, the rising production in the US will fuel competition for pipeline capacity and sooner than we think.
You might have noticed the stock price of some heavy oil producers got hit and while short sighted investors sold off, long sighted management teams where issuing options at these prices. This turbulence shall pass as I’ve seen this before more than once!
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Have a great Weekend!