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Vol. 12, No. 45 Week of November 11, 2007
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


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Alberta tries to spread glad tidings; investment bankers unsure about status of oil sands contracts; producers target heavy cuts

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

Alberta’s Premier Ed Stelmach and Energy Minister Mel Knight are trying to spread a message across North America that their planned royalty hike has caused barely a ripple in stock markets and insisting they have no intention of voiding contracts. A different, more telling verdict, is emerging from....

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Royalty agreements reopened

Gas expected to be hit

Three Horizon phases a go

Gas prices down


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