The Oil Patch Insider
Canadians join forces to trap harmful gases underground
The Canada and Alberta governments have achieved a rare moment of harmony on an environmental issue.
They joined forces March 1 by agreeing to share costs in a C$30 million experiment to create a market for greenhouse gases.
The federal government will make C$15 million available over the next two....
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