Monday, December 19, 2016

Julie Ali I don't know too much about the oil and gas industry but I don't find the NDP any different than the PCs. They may be worse. Heck they seem to be on their tummies before big oil rather than on their knees like the PCs. I can't imagine how they morphed so quickly into the PCs but I guess they were in opposition all these decades learning the ways of poor governance.

“The longer-term economic risk of the project is further burdened with regulatory uncertainty around the Climate Leadership Program and its potential impacts on the project, from carbon tax to the emissions cap, both recently legislated by the Alberta Government” http://www.edmontonjournal.com/…/koch+c…/12553491/story.html
A recent request to cancel an oilsands project due to “regulatory uncertainty” is a signal of similar economic moves to come, according to the Wildrose party. MLA…
EDMONTONJOURNAL.COM|BY ,YOLANDE COLE
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Brent Pollock Don't lie to us Koch.
If the taxes are so high why are you spending the money to apply for the Bonneyville SAGD?
Obviously this Muskwa site.

The angry loons at Wildroses love spreading your lies.
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Darryl Stewart Let me guess you live in the city , and have no clue about oil and gas industry ?
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Patrick Milligan Best pointless rebuttal I have seen all day.
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Craig Jones Patrick Milligan 

Don't you just love how worker-bee oil people think they -- and only they -- understand the intricacies of a highly competitive, multi-national commodity process spanning all government, idealogical, religious & social dynamics just because they've turned a wrench?


Dunning-Kruger anyone?
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Scott Duhig I guess it's no fun when you don't own the conservative politicians in power anymore. 
There was a certain regulatory certainty when the corporations were dictating policies to the province.


When a company doesn't want to invest after political corruption is cleaned up, it really makes you wonder what they were getting away with.
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Darren TB Keeler "After political corruption is cleaned up." Roflmao
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Scott Duhig Darren TB Keeler 
Oh do explain the corruption of the current government
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Darryl Stewart Love when people talk about oil and gas that have no clue about it ....
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Scott Duhig Darryl Stewart 
Good point, I trust since you aren't directly involved with government, healthcare or education you never voice opinions on those?
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Scott Duhig Darryl Stewart 
I don't have to be intimately familiar with oil operations to be well versed in politics, especially the donation history of certain parties.


It doesn't take a genius to figure out when a party's primary revenue source is from resource companies and that their government policies line up directly with the requests from lobby groups funded by the same corporate donors, that there is a direct correlation between funding and policy creation.

But if you have some sort of inside gem from your experience that opposes this observation, please share it with everyone.
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Craig Jones Darryl Stewart 

Love when people who've worked in an industry at a level below CEO, VP, or Chairman of the Board believe they understand the intricacies of corporate policy decisions & the negotiations that facilitate them.
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Julie Ali I don't know too much about the oil and gas industry but I don't find the NDP any different than the PCs. They may be worse. Heck they seem to be on their tummies before big oil rather than on their knees like the PCs. I can't imagine how they morphed so quickly into the PCs but I guess they were in opposition all these decades learning the ways of poor governance.
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