The NHL has been a major source of oil spills over the years, but it’s getting worse.
Last year, the league reported that its oil spill cleanup efforts had caused over 5,500 gallons of oil to spill in the playoffs.
Now, the oil spill problem is going global.
In Canada, the National Energy Board is working on a report that is expected to be released later this month.
The report is expected, along with the new U.S. Department of Energy regulations, to significantly curb oil production in the United States.
The U.K. has also been hit hard by the oil industry, with a massive oil spill in 2006 in the Thames estuary.
It is estimated that nearly half of all oil spilled in the U.T.A. is being treated with chlorination to prevent oil from getting into water bodies, which in turn could make it more difficult for the oil to get into rivers and lakes.
That would mean less oil flowing in the water and the potential for a greater number of spills.
In the U, the Canadian government is currently trying to curb the amount of oil in the Great Lakes.
It’s been one of the hardest things the Canadian public has had to deal with, but this report from the National Resources Defense Council shows just how difficult it is to fight back.
The NRC says it’s been able to limit the amount spilled in some cases because the oil was treated with a chlorine-based disinfectant.
The chemicals also reduced the chances of the oil being contaminated with other harmful substances, like heavy metals, which can also be released when oil spills.
The problem, however, is that chlorine is not a permanent solution.
It can degrade over time, so it has to be added back in.
That’s something that the NRC estimates the cost of adding chlorine back in could run into the tens of billions of dollars.
The solution to the oil spills is the same as it’s always been: the oil.
And the answer, according to the Nrc, is to treat it with more than the one used to clean up the spill.
The new NRC report estimates that in Canada, it costs the industry over $5.5 billion to remove about 4,000 gallons of spilled oil every year.
That includes the cost for treating the oil, which costs $2.6 billion a year, and the cleanup, which comes out to $2 billion a day.
The cost of treating the spilled oil also includes the amount that will need to be removed from the oil itself and the amount the industry would have to pay to the government to get it removed.
The results from the NrdC report are that in 2017, the cost per barrel of oil dropped by 50% in Canada compared to 2016, when the price of oil was at its lowest level since 2007.
So far, it’s only cost about $1.3 billion a month.
It seems like a small price to pay, but the NndC says it may not be sustainable for the industry.
“In order to achieve a long-term solution, the price and cost of the process of cleaning up spilled oil will need, over time and with more stringent measures, to increase and eventually offset the significant costs associated with managing the spill, and thus, potentially, the economic costs associated in a sustained way,” the Nrs report reads.
“At this time, the NnrdC has not identified a long term cost-effective, or achievable, solution for oil recovery in Canada.”
There’s no indication yet whether or not the U of A’s plan will work.
The university has not been able, however.
It hasn’t been able even to get the oil treatment chemicals into the oil wells.
So, that may be one of many things that will have to be done to get that oil out.
The Canadian oil industry has faced several crises over the last few years.
Last September, there was a massive spill at the Athabasca Oil Sands near Fort McMurray, Alberta, which resulted in more than 5,000 barrels of oil and a major refinery shutdown.
In 2017, an oil spill was reported in a pipeline that runs along the eastern shore of Lake Superior in Wisconsin.
The company has since said that the spill did not pose a risk to the public, and that it was being cleaned up.
That was a relief to the people of Fort McMourray.
But it still took the oil company several weeks to actually clean up and treat the spill safely, and it’s still not clear if it will be able to clean it up again in the near future.
The United States has also had an oil industry crisis in recent years, with the Exxon Valdez oil spill and the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
But the new report from NRC points to a long way to go before the U is ready to deal more seriously with the oil crisis.
It suggests that a combination of the new regulations, and increased investments in cleaner technologies, could make a real difference.
“This report shows that the