Alberta gets muted response to fixes
Government proclaims ‘good news’ for all; disappoints as it closes debate on ‘unintended consequences’ of new royalty regime
For Petroleum News
In trying to fix the “unintended consequences” of the royalty overhaul it cobbled together in haste last year and unveiled in October, the Alberta government said it was not bowing to pressure from any sector of the industry.
That much it may have got right.
No one is offering an unqualified endorse....
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Industry response mixed
Junior drilling at 15-year low
List of changes
First wave of reaction
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