Not such poor cousins
Provinces flanking Alberta thrive on petroleum revenues, but edgy about near-term outlook for natural gas prices
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
The often-overlooked book-ends to Alberta’s bulging oil and gas industry are smiling all the way to the bank.
Saskatchewan and British Columbia, which flank their staggeringly rich neighbor, keep piling up numbers on a scale that once left Alberta feeling good about itself.
For Saskatchewan, oil and....
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Saskatchewan’s economy growing
B.C. projects C$2.8 billion from oil and gas
Extension of royalty and incentive programs planned
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