Feuding over Alberta royalties
Candidates for Alberta premierís job favor a review; industry, energy minister warn changes could be destructive to oil sands
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The industry is emphatic ó donít meddle with what works ó but thereís squabbling within the Alberta government as pressure builds to review the oil and gas royalties, with special emphasis on the oil sands.
Leading candidates vying to replace Ralph Klein as premier of the province later this year a....
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Melchin: taxpayers getting fair share
Industry: donít mess with royalties
Royalty tax credit ends Jan. 1
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