Oct 23, 2015

EnergyNow | Online News & Media for the Canadian Oil & Gas Industry Canadian Oil Companies Have Reasons to Love a Liberal Government - EnergyNow | Online News & Media for the Canadian Oil & Gas Industry

October 22, 2015 (Bloomberg) — The Canadian energy industry’s second choice for prime minister is looking like the safest bet to revive its appeal to investors. While Liberal Justin Trudeau is supportive of environmental policies some energy producers may not like, his Monday victory puts into power a moderate government that stands between Conservatives who haven’t been able to advance key parts...

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