NWT wants to catch breath
Territorial government won’t set timetable for onshore policy, legislative changes, until it can assess what improvements needed
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Having finally gained control over its onshore oil and natural gas resources, the Northwest Territories government needs time to “take a deep breath” before tackling any changes to its policy and legislative base, despite clamoring by the industry for a more streamlined regulatory approval process,....
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