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Vol. 12, No. 11 Week of March 18, 2007
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Canada’s new green giants

Alberta legislation could cost petroleum industry ‘hundreds of millions of dollars;’ sector on edge as it awaits federal regulations for greenhouse gas emissions

Gary Park

Petroleum News

One half of a newly formed political tag team — Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach — flipped the petroleum industry on its back March 8, leaving Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper to apply a possible choke-hold later this month. Answering the environmental cheerleaders sitting in the bleachers, thes....

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Alvarez: too little notice to meet target

Heavy oil upgrader shelved

Not all upgraders in retreat

Canada explores ways to harness CO2

Penalties will fund effort


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