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Western countries demonize oil and gas at their peril

Normally when a product experiences record-high prices, suppliers expand production capacity to meet demand.

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Rising oil prices won’t solve Canada’s oil and gas problems

Investors will invest in energy projects where expected risk-adjusted returns are highest.

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The oil price differential is largely due to Canada’s lack of transportation capacity and restricted market access.

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Enbridge pipeline approval good news—but Canadian oil remains largely confined to U.S. market

Canadian heavy oil producers will lose an estimated $15.8 billion this year in foregone revenues.

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The Notley government increased spending by nearly 13 per cent over is first two full fiscal years in office.

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When oil prices were high, successive governments spent freely as though the good times would never end.

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Due to pipeline constraints, Canadian oil producers are selling unrefined bitumen at a fraction of the price many competitors receive.

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Alberta's overall net financial assets deteriorated by $9.2 billion last year.