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Vol. 19, No. 28 Week of July 13, 2014
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Alberta: budget surplus, still borrowing

Non-renewable resource revenue up 32%, turning projected deficit into surplus; finance minister rates Alberta as ‘shining light’

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

The Bitumen Bubble, the term created by the Alberta government last year to explain a C$6 billion drop in oil revenue, might finally have burst. Instead of blaming the province’s fiscal hardships on its inability to get oil sands bitumen to market and being forced to swallow discounted prices in the....

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Bitumen wells up, conventional down

Agreement lacking

Borrowing continues

It’s pay up time for Alberta


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