How to avoid being sucked into the world of the oil sands
There’s no doubt that the oil and gas industry has seen its fair share of challenges in the last couple of decades.
But there’s one area where the industry is doing a better job than any other of making a living from its work, and that’s the development of oil sands resources.
The industry has successfully exploited the immense natural resources in Alberta’s oil sands and has invested in its development.
The industry has also been able to secure a relatively high degree of protection from the environmental damage that comes from mining.
For that reason, the Alberta government has made a lot of investments in environmental regulations in recent years, which have enabled the industry to have a strong presence in the province.
The oil sands industry is in good hands with the federal government and the Canadian government has been a partner on many of these projects, including the Keystone XL pipeline that would bring Alberta’s oilsands to the U.S. In the past, the federal and provincial governments have worked together to tackle environmental issues, but it’s a different relationship when it comes to the oil industry.
With a new report from the University of Alberta, the two governments have started to work together on the creation of a new partnership to develop oil sands infrastructure in Canada.
The report says that the two sides have agreed to form a new working group, and the government is working with the industry on developing a joint plan to support the development and operation of the region’s oil and natural gas resources.
Alberta’s Minister of Energy, Brad Duguid, said that this is the first time the province has had a working group that can address environmental concerns in the oil sector.
“The province is committed to working with industry on projects that benefit the province and its residents,” Duguid said in a release.
“The new oil sands partnership is a significant step towards achieving this goal.”