Rift appears in Alberta oil sands ranks
Players divided over provincial strategy to tackle climate change; Laricina boss insists ‘big four’ don’t speak for industry
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The initial euphoria surrounding the participation of oil sands majors, leading environmental groups and First Nations in the Alberta government’s announcement two months ago on its strategy to cap carbon emissions is now facing kick-back from within the industry.
When the top executives of Suncor E....
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