Alberta, Mexico Continue Energy Collaboration With New Funding

Mazatlan — Alberta’s two largest and oldest universities have signed deals with the Mexican government that will help it shift to a free market energy sector economy — and while much of that assistance will centre around better technologies to develop unconventional resources in the country — one initiative is aimed at preventing thieves from stealing gasoline from the Mexico’s pipelines.

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