Alberta tries for ‘fifth time’ lucky
Adds another year to drilling incentives; industry sees competitiveness review as best chance for government to ‘get it right’
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Once a global beacon of oil and natural gas investment stability, Alberta is making frantic efforts to regain that reputation by trying to arrest the plunging fortunes of an industry that gave it 12 straight years of surplus budgets and wiped out a provincial debt of C$23 billion.
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