Tristone warns of $2B revenue drop if...

Tristone warns of $2B revenue drop if royalty report adopted

There are 1 comment on the The Chronicle-Journal story from Oct 1, 2007, titled Tristone warns of $2B revenue drop if royalty report adopted. In it, The Chronicle-Journal reports that:

Investment bank Tristone Capital says "punitive" recommendations in an Alberta royalty review would actually lead to $2 billion in less revenues for the province by the end of the decade. via The Chronicle-Journal

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Edmonton, Canada

#1 Oct 1, 2007
The royalty review is not punitive. Besides with the present over-heated economy in Alberta it would be nice to see things slow down.

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