Itís catch-up time in Alberta
Action needed if energy-based economy to remain source of prosperity; technology could create energy superpower
For Petroleum News
The Alberta cash cow is drying up after decades of accounting for 40 percent of total investment in the province, posing a challenge for the government to do what it has long neglected ó start figuring out how to convert its energy resources into sustained, long-term prosperity.
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