Alberta getting nudged off center-stage as tax hikes prompt big E&P companies to shift capital spending to United States
The verdicts are rolling in for Albertaís proposed new royalty regime as the leading E&P companies take the wrapping off their 2008 capital budgets.
But, in the process, those companies are reinforcing a number of deeper, more troubling elements.
Itís well understood that conventional oil and natura....
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