Alberta energy company critical of premier for refusal to approve oilsands project

Meghan Grant · CBC News · Posted: Jan 14, 2020 4:55 PM MT | Last Updated: January 14 The lawyer for an Alberta-owned oil and gas company suggested Premier Jason Kenney is being hypocritical in the province’s refusal to give the go-ahead on an oilsands project. Prosper Petroleum Ltd. was in a Calgary courtroom Tuesday afternoon in an effort to get a judge to order...

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Company calls premier hypocritical as oil sands project meets with further delays

KEVIN MARTIN Updated: January 14, 2020 Prosper Petroleum Ltd. is “at the end of our rope” in trying to get the province to approve its oil sands project, its CEO said Tuesday after a Calgary judge adjourned the company’s injunction bid. Prosper is seeking a court order that would force the provincial government to make a final decision on whether its proposed Rigel...

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Jan.9, 2020 Prosper Petroleum Ltd. Press Release

PRESS RELEASE – Prosper Petroleum Ltd., a privately held, 95% Alberta owned company has filed documents in the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta for an order directing the Government of Alberta to make a decision regarding Prosper’s Rigel Oil Sands Project. The Rigel project is a 10,000 bbl/day steam assisted gravity drainage bitumen recovery project located...

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FRUSTRATED BY DELAYS IN LICENSING PROCESS CZECH OILSANDS INVESTOR PUTS CANADA ON NOTICE OF A CLAIM UNDER BILATERAL INVESTMENT TREATY

Apr 08, 2019 | by Damien Charlotin Canada has been put on notice of a dispute by a Czech investor, the Lama Energy Group, under the Canada-Czech Republic bilateral investment treaty, IAReporter has learned. The dispute is related to a stalled oilsands project in Alberta that has been pending regulatory approval, and in which the group’s Albertan subsidiary, Petrolama...

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Corbella: Notley’s ‘beating down’ of the oil patch should cost her the election

Photo Credit: A aerial view of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain marine terminal, in Burnaby, B.C., is shown on Tuesday, May 29, 2018. Canada’s Parliamentary budget watchdog says government paid “sticker price” for the Trans Mountain pipeline project when it purchased the pipeline from Kinder Morgan for $4.5 billion. JONATHAN HAYWARD / THE CANADIAN...

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Do We Have a Moratorium on Oil Sands Development ?

Global News Radio – the Danielle Smith Show. Guests Brad Gardiner, President, and CEO of Prosper Petroleum and Scott Holmes of Petrolama, foreign investor in the Rigel project. Listen now.   Listen To the Live...

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