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bitumen in alberta
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In an early February announcement with a local candidate near Edmonton, Wildrose leader Danielle Smith added her voice to those who want to offer incentives to attract investment for more refineries in Alberta. Smith said if elected Premier, she would make it more attractive for the private sector to invest in locally upgrading our bitumen product. Shannon Stubbs, the Wildrose candidate in Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville who accompanied Smith, urged the province to consider spearheading new upgrading technologythis as if companies are not already doing just that.