B.C. gives sharp prod to Alberta
Rapidly closes land sales gap on Alberta; prefers to credit its‘competitive’ regime rather than point fingers at neighbor’s tax hike
For Petroleum News
British Columbia Energy Minister Richard Neufeld refuses to join the hordes piling on Alberta for its planned royalty increases.
He’s much happier talking about his province’s red-hot northeastern gas prospects and its programs for stimulating development.
And why not?
B.C. came within sight of doi....
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