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Vol. 14, No. 7 Week of February 15, 2009
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Alberta to the rescue

Government plans ‘short-term’ incentives for junior producers, drillers; details to come; Stelmach, Knight rule out royalty changes

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

The Alberta government is caving in to pressure from all sides by promising help for the small- and mid-cap oil and gas sector that it insists won’t involve royalty rollbacks or direct cash subsidies. Just days after announcing it had launched a comprehensive study of Alberta’s competitive position....

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Two changes since 2007

Knight meeting with banks

Companies don’t agree

Government controls royalties

Oil sands could shed C$241 billion

Some projects in peril


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