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Vol. 24, No 3 Week of January 20, 2019
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


China, Canada feuding

Under treaty with US, Canada intercepts top Huawei exec; China seizes 2 Canadians, posing threat to Chinese petroleum investment

Gary Park

for Petroleum News

From the most eager buyer of Canadian oil and natural gas assets (mostly in the oil sands) until 2015, the Chinese government, operating through its stable of state-owned energy giants, is now rapidly winding down its spending binge and pulling back from its presence in Western Canada. That retreat....

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