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Industry leaders press Alberta government to extend royalty incentives by another year, note Saskatchewan, B.C. offer better terms
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The Alberta government is under pressure to extend its short-term royalty incentives by another year, thus allowing companies to plan for a stepped-up drilling season in the upcoming peak winter season.
David Collyer, president of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, told an investor sym....
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One-year royalty credit
Decision asked by fall
Some see benefits
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