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and appear on the plates of both rural and urban consumers in larger quantities.
The increased output also result in lower prices, due to several reasons like perishable nature of agrarian products, the need for money, the propensity to convert produce into cash, the lack of storage facilities, seasonality of markets, etc.
According to Argus in 2012 the WCS blend is produced by only the four companies mentioned above.
"[T]he prospects for adding new producers are complicated by the internal rules set in place to compensate each producer for its contributions to the blend." Crude from MEG’s 210,000-barrel-a-day Christina Lake oil sands site is marketed as Access Western Blend, which competes with WCS. and Northern Blizzard Resources Inc also benefit from the higher WCS price.