Fear and loathing
Some ho-hum about Alberta royalty plan; drillers brace for heavy job losses
For Petroleum News
One minute Alberta was on the brink of catastrophe, the next it was surrounded by calm.
Such was the level of pent-up anxiety that preceded Premier Ed Stelmach’s release of his government’s new royalty plan and the initial stock market response. (See related story on this page.)
He had scarcely stop....
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Juniors expected to be hurt
Temperate messages register
Net asset value off 31%
Job losses predicted
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