Kitimat refinery seeks federal backing
Media mogul believes Chinese financier will cover some 2/3 of C$26B price tag; Canadian governments have backed away from guarantees
For Petroleum News
British Columbia newspaper tycoon David Black has done well for himself financially through a stable of 120 community and daily publications in Canada and the United States.
Itís beginning to look like adding a multibillion-dollar petroleum industry investment to his nest-egg might have to wait.
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Industry not likely to fill gap
Backing away from guarantees
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