Alberta wants bigger take from oil
Government panel says province doesn’t get fair share from energy development, recommends tax bite should increase by 20 percent
The Associated Press
The State of Alaska isn’t the only government looking to raise its take of oil and gas revenues. A government-appointed panel has concluded that “Albertans do not receive their fair share from energy development,” so their total take should rise by roughly 20 percent, or $2 billion a year.
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Net effect 9% for gas, 11% for oil
Klein lashes out at panel
Stelmach: reasonable to take a few weeks to decide
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