Here's an idea. Call it a fair compromise.
Many countries around the world produce oil. No one is going to call on them to stop producing and I guess that's reasonable. But why not work out each country's carbon footprint per barrel of oil produced and use that to fund environmental remediation?
We know the Saudis pump sweet crude right out of the ground that needs almost no refining. so let's take the Saudi per barrel carbon footprint as the baseline. From that number we can work out the excess carbon production of each other country's oil industry.
That excess carbon will have to be accounted for and rectified by the producer either through actual carbon sequestration or by legitimate carbon trading if necessary.
That sounds fair doesn't it?
Well just float that idea past Steve Harper or Ed Stelmach and watch how fast they get the green apple two step. It'd be worth a buck and a half to watch those two clowns race each other for the biffy. Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.
While you're at it you might also require these oil producers to front the necessary money for site remediation - restoring top soil, getting rid of those ugly tailing ponds, preventing carcinogens and toxins from leaching into the ground water.
That popping sound you hear is the bursting of skulls of the Tar Barons in Calgary.