Winning the war is next
Canada’s industry turns to next growth cycle; CNQ calls for unified approach
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A concerted push-back by Canada’s petroleum industry against out-of-control costs from contractors, suppliers and labor is starting to yield results, along with a warning that the gains could easily be wiped out unless companies prepare for the next boom by forming a united front.
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