Alberta auditors disagree over royalties
Report refutes claims by Auditor-General that province could rake in $1B more a year in oil and gas royalties without harming industry
For Petroleum News
A 32-page report brushes off claims by the Alberta Auditor-General Fred Dunn that the province could rake in another C$1 billion a year in oil and gas royalties without harming the industry.
And who says so?
Why, none other than Dunnís predecessor Peter Valentine.
His findings, delivered to Alberta....
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Disagreement over C$1 billion
Report calls for changes
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