the athabasca oil sands are often a topic in international trade talks, with energy rivals china and the united states negotiating with canada for a bigger share of the rapidly increasing output. production is expected to quadruple between 2005 and 2015, reaching 4 million barrels 640,000 m 3 a day, with increasing political and economic importance.
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photos of the athabasca oil sands were also featured in canadian writer and adventurer, agnes deans cameron's, best-selling book cameron, 1908 & 71 entitled the new north: being some account of a woman's journey through canada to the arctic which recounted her 10,000 mi 16,000 km roundtrip to the arctic ocean.
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