Canada crude-Heavy prices ease after Regina refinery fire
CALGARY, Alberta, Feb 11 (Reuters) - Canadian heavy crude prices fell for the first time in seven sessions on Monday after the 145,000 barrel per day Co-op Refining Complex in Regina, Saskatchewan, reduced production following an overnight fire.
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