Alberta under siege
Province hit by royalty increase backlash; struggles to preserve surpluses; minister insists a ‘lot of producers’ will benefit
For Petroleum News
The Alberta government has just emerged from a year of helplessly watching as its financial outlook and public image have been smeared in ways no one could have imagined … and the worst may be yet to come.
It entered 2008 locked in combat with its keystone petroleum industry over royalty increases,....
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