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New cars entering the market today will have a long road life and the vast majority of those vehicles run on gasoline or diesel, he said. Improved fuel efficiency means new gasoline powered vehicles will require less fuel than in the past, DeRosiers said, but “the oilpatch has got quite a long road in front of it still.” “At some point, energy demand related to carbon based fuels is going to collapse.” “But I think it probably a good 20 to 30 years out, possibly even more.” Richard Masson, an executive fellow at the University of Calgary School of Public Policy, said the oilpatch has to pay attention but doesn expect a precipitous drop in demand for Alberta crude. Looking out over the next two decades, Masson said oil markets will need more crude to replace anticipated production declines elsewhere.

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Their behavior is an insult and a slap in the face of everyone who has come or does come to this country legally. That means they obeyed the laws of the land. Paid their money, was interviewed, stays out of trouble. China duo called Tianwen 1, or “Quest for Heavenly Truth” will remain paired in orbit until May, when the rover separates to descend to the dusty, ruddy surface. If all goes well, it will be only the second country to land successfully on the red planet. Rover Perseverance, by contrast, will dive in straight away for a harrowing sky crane touchdown similar to the Curiosity rover’s grand Martian entrance in 2012.