There is a huge market in Asia and the W. Coast U.S. which could easily absorb half of Canada's production. Your E. Coast Canada refineries are importing 650,000 a day of foreign crude. In addition to that the U.S. E. Coast refineries could take 500-700 thousand bbls a day or more. So, these are significant markets that offer better economics and serve to take oil away from the oversupplied U.S. Mid-continent and Gulf Coast. that will mean better pricing there.