Political landscape shaken up
New Alberta premier plans public scrutiny of oil sands royalties, wants to keep more bitumen refining in province; new federal Liberal leader has ‘green’ agenda, Kyoto Protocol at top of his list
For Petroleum News
In an age when political surprises are few and far between, Canada experienced two upheavals in the space of 24 hours that could have deep consequences for the oil and gas industry.
Stephane Dion was elected leader of the federal Liberal party Dec. 2, putting himself in line to become Canada’s next....
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Stelmach contrast to Klein
Oil sands royalties an issue
Next federal election could be in spring
Dion proposing California-style emissions standards
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