OTTAWA, Dec 1 (LSN)  Imperial Oil, Canada’s largest oil producer, became the first large Canadian company to publicly condemn the UN’s radical environmentalist Kyoto treaty last month. On November 11, an Imperial Oil analysis said that the proposed greenhouse gas emissions reductions promised under the treaty would likely result in “a doubling of consumption taxes on transportation fuels as well as limiting families to no more than one small, fuel-efficient vehicle.”  To see an earlier analysis by Imperial of the Kyoto deal go to:


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