Failure to act could slow oil sands growth
Alberta Energy and Utilities Board calls for ‘coordinated action plan’ to cushion environmental, infrastructure impacts of growth
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Alberta’s energy regulator has taken another chance to hammer home its message to governments that unless action is taken to handle oil sands growth development could be in trouble.
For the second time in two months, the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board called for “sustainable long-term solutions”....
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