British Columbia dangles the bait
Government mulls cost-sharing seismic, 'net-profit' royalties to entice industry to two under-explored, challenging basins
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British Columbia’s desire to expand its oil and gas industry outside its northeast region could see the government taking a financial role in seismic exploration of what it terms “frontier” areas and introducing a “net-profit” royalty incentive, Energy Minister Richard Neufeld said.
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