“The government will take the necessary time to review the reports’ findings and recommendations carefully before they are released publicly,” said Energy Minister Sonya Savage.
Although international travel was not banned on Friday, the federal government announced a non-essential travel advisory and has recommended only essential travel at this time.
Curtailment rules were initially put in place to protect the value of Alberta’s oil by aligning production with export capacity.
Stephen Buffalo, President & CEO of Indian Resource Council, wants the premier to formally accept the Allan report in the legislature and Energy Minister Savage to...
The report said between 2003 and 2019, total foreign funding of Canadian-based environmental initiatives was $1.28 billion, a figure Allan said is likely significantly understated.
Savage reminded Americans it was Biden who cancelled the Keystone XL pipeline expansion that would have gone a long way to battling future shortages.
"We expect the federal government to stand up for Alberta’s world-leading oil and gas sector instead of trying to dismantle it.”
The Preserving Canada’s Economic Prosperity Act replaces one with the same name that was backed by a unanimous Federal Court ruling last month.
"Sitting on these abandoned and orphaned wells instead of repurposing them is a forgone opportunity, and a shameful waste."
Alberta Energy Minister ridiculed by Liberals.