May 2, 2018 / 9:33 PM / a year ago

Alberta to hold talks with rail operators, oil producers

CALGARY, Alberta, May 2 (Reuters) - Alberta will hold talks with rail operators and oil producers aimed at smoothing the path to get more crude moving by rail to market amid a transportation bottleneck in the Western Canadian province, Alberta’s energy minister said on Wednesday.

The first session, which will include a number of proponents for both the rail and oil companies, will be Friday, Margaret McCuaig-Boyd told reporters at a Calgary conference. (Reporting by Julie Gordon in Calgary Editing by Phil Berlowitz)

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