Keeping Warm This Fall and Winter w/ Petroleum #QualityEssentials


This post was brought to you by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers via sheblogs. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.

A few months ago, I shared with you all how Petroleum is an essential part of our quality of life and how we use it in our everyday lives whether we realize it or not. Now that Fall is here and Winter being around the corner bringing in the colder weather, we're going to be using it a lot more. We rely on petroleum to make gasoline for our vehicles to get us from one place to another as well as heat, clothing, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, building materials and plastics.

(Dressing in warmer clothes to keep warm)

With Thanksgiving being around the corner, families everywhere will be using Petroleum, whether it be to cook a Thanksgiving meal for their family or traveling to visit friends and family members that live out of town and dressing in warmer clothes to stay warm. I know for us, we head over to my in laws, which is about a five minute drive away. My mother in law cooks up a huge Turkey dinner for us to enjoy as we all gather together to give Thanks.

If crude oil didn't exist or was no more, not only would we not be able to enjoy the company of family members and friends who live far away on holidays, like, Thanksgiving, but we wouldn't even be able to enjoy a turkey dinner or dress in warmer clothes to keep warm. This is why crude oil is important and why we need to know more about it.

Did you know that Canada has the third largest oil reserves in the world with 97% of those reserves in the Oil Sands? That's 168 billion barrels with the potential of over 100 years of production, which could create over 800,000 jobs in the next 25 years. This means more work available for Canadians. Canada’s energy future lies in the oil sands as it is a secure source to meet our growing demands.

For more information about the Oil Sands industry visit oilsandstoday.ca

This post was brought to you by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers via sheblogs. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.

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