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Vol. 14, No. 52 Week of December 27, 2009
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Alberta heeds wake-up call

Province’s premier agrees royalty changes are needed to counter the potential loss of C$4 billion from shale gas ‘game changer’

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach has promised more changes to his government’s unpopular royalty framework, which has been tinkered with over the past two years amid a rapid erosion of upstream investment. In a series of year-end interviews, he conceded that the rapid emergence of shale gas supplies in B....

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Some rapid decline evidence

Review due in spring

Duvernay shale attracts interest

Better results elsewhere


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