Canada’s Alberta is in talks to buy rail cars to transport 120,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil and expects a deal to conclude within weeks, Premier Rachel Notley said on Wednesday, as the energy-rich province takes actions to move oil stuck in the region because of a lack of pipeline capacity.  Notley, who says the cars are needed to help deal with stranded oil that has slashed the price of Alberta oil, told a business audience she was disappointed that the federal government was not helping fund the purchase. Reuters revealed last week that Alberta had proposed a joint purchase of two unit trains and estimated the one-time capital cost at about C$350 million. Federal officials are cool to the idea, saying that […]