Green plan gets cautious support
Canada’s oil and gas sector doesn’t feel discriminated against by federal greenhouse gas regulations; companies have various options to achieve their emissions target, which is 60 million metric tons of the planned national reduction of 150 by 2020
For Petroleum News
With the usual proviso that “the devil is in the details,” leaders of Canada’s petroleum industry appear satisfied that they will not be singled out for special punishment under federal government’s climate-change regulations.
There is still a long way to go in negotiating the terms with provincial....
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