Alberta premier promises royalty balance
Wants fair share for residents without overturning internationally competitive regime; will also recognize shifting priorities
For Petroleum News
Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach offered some soothing words to one of the year’s largest industry gatherings June 19: His government will keep its balance on the razor-thin edge between ensuring Albertans get a fair return from their oil and gas resources without endangering the province’s competitivene....
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