Oil sands underpin Alberta’s finances
Conventional oil, gas edged out by sands, with production in both forecast to decline as production, revenues from oil sands rise
For Petroleum News
The reasons for the Alberta government’s refusal to cave in to demands and slow the pace of oil sands development are now coming into sharper focus.
The province’s budget for the fiscal year 2010-11 estimates that oil sands royalties are edging out the traditional keystone revenue sources of conven....
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Importance of oil sands
No details on royalty plan
Evolution to shale
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