Alberta fighting its last pipeline battle


Jinentonix
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#31
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

Wow, sounds like you could use a PM from the West. Too bad you never had one.

ONE, in the last 50 years. Can't really count Joe Clark, he didn't even last a year. But that's not really the point either.



Here's the list of PM's since and including Trudeau Sr.


Trudeau-Quebec 1968-79



Clark-Alberta 1979-80


Trudeau-Quebec 1980-84

Turner- Ontario 1984-1984 Never sat as PM in Parliament.



Mulroney- Quebec 1984-93


Campbell - BC. 1993-1993. Was Mulroney's sacrificial lamb as he bailed on the job.


Chretien - Quebec 1993-2003


Martin - Quebec 2003-2006


Harper - Alberta 2006-2015


Trudeau - Quebec 2015-?


Do 80% of your presidents all come from the same state?
 
gerryh
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#32
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

Wow, sounds like you could use a PM from the West. Too bad you never had one.

You sure you're a lawyer? Most of the shit you post lately points to someone with an IQ around the Cognitively impaired level.
 
mentalfloss
#33
And it burns burns buuuurns..

Alberta Cuts 1 Million Bpd In Oil Production

Indeed, Alberta has been a step ahead of other producers when it came to cutting production, although not by design. Pipeline constraints had already forced Canadian crude prices low enough for many producers to struggle to survive, and the fallout of the oil price war and the coronavirus pandemic only sped up the inevitable: forced production cuts on top of government-instituted ones.

Alberta’s oil sector was one of the first and hardest hit by the crisis, with doubts emerging at one point about whether the oil sands industry would even survive this crisis. The industry itself is pessimistic. A recent Business Outlook Survey from the Bank of Canada found that the industry was more pessimistic about its outlook than it was in either 2008, during the Great Recession, or even 2014 when oil price last fell in the $20s and below.

https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-N...roduction.html
 
captain morgan
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#34
WTI at $39.55 (USD)
Syncrude Premium @ $37.41 (USD)


hehehehe
 
pgs
Free Thinker
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#35
Quote: Originally Posted by mentalfloss View Post

And it burns burns buuuurns..

Alberta Cuts 1 Million Bpd In Oil Production

Indeed, Alberta has been a step ahead of other producers when it came to cutting production, although not by design. Pipeline constraints had already forced Canadian crude prices low enough for many producers to struggle to survive, and the fallout of the oil price war and the coronavirus pandemic only sped up the inevitable: forced production cuts on top of government-instituted ones.

Alberta’s oil sector was one of the first and hardest hit by the crisis, with doubts emerging at one point about whether the oil sands industry would even survive this crisis. The industry itself is pessimistic. A recent Business Outlook Survey from the Bank of Canada found that the industry was more pessimistic about its outlook than it was in either 2008, during the Great Recession, or even 2014 when oil price last fell in the $20s and below.

https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-N...roduction.html

Does it make it more profound if you post the same article in three threads ?