Royalty dread spreads
Natural gas, which adds more to Alberta coffers than conventional crude, under attack
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
For the past year it has all been about the oil sands. Now itís starting to be all about natural gas.
As the Alberta government closes in on the bewitching decision-making hour, which could determine whether it is turned into rags or riches, the spotlight in the Royalty Ruckus is shifting to the pro....
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