Hollywood hoopla fizzles
Oscar-winning director says oil sands could be ‘great gift’ or ‘curse’; Alberta premier favors ‘quiet diplomacy and advocacy’
For Petroleum News
It was billed as Godzilla v. Vanilla — the Sept. 29 oil sands showdown between Hollywood movie mogul James Cameron and Ed Stelmach, the low-key, some say bland premier of Alberta.
Canadian-born Cameron, Oscar-winning director of “Titanic” and “Avatar” (the flick that has given him status as a globa....
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More fizzle than sizzle
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