Upgrading starts at home
Alberta government invites proposals for bitumen-in-kind program to slow outflow of bitumen to U.S; strategy welcomed by some
For Petroleum News
Almost two years after unveiling the “framework” of its infamous new royalty regime, the Alberta government has delivered on one of its secondary proposals, which involves taking raw bitumen in kind rather than cash royalties to keep more of the value-added benefits of the resource at home.
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