Tar sands oil from northern Alberta is notoriously dirty and difficult to get out of the ground and refine. But California has its own thick and dirty oil, and as reporter Jeremy Miller tells host Bruce Gellerman, the state is turning scarce clean fresh water into steam to get that petroleum out of the ground.
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