Alberta moves on rail transport solution
Government strikes deal to lease 4,400 tanker cars from two railroads; calculates it will pocket C$2.2 billion over three years
for Petroleum News
The Alberta government plans to lease 4,400 rail cars from Canada’s two largest railroads in a deal it estimates will generate a profit of C$2.2 billion.
The administration of Premier Rachel Notley said Feb. 19 that it expects to invest C$3.7 billion in the deal with Canadian Pacific and Canadian N....
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