Alberta shuffles deck
Close to deal to return C$3.7B in crude-by-rail contracts to railways; scraps some grants, petrochemical venture loan guarantees
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The five-month tap-dance by the new Alberta government to rearrange its petroleum industry holdings is gathering pace as the administration of Premier Jason Kenney scales back diversification programs to attract petrochemical projects and draws closer to off-loading a crude-by-rail, CBR, investment.....
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