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Canadian provinces shut out of top 10 most-attractive jurisdictions for oil and gas investment in annual survey

For the first time in more than five years, no Canadian province ranked in the top 10 most-attractive jurisdictions for oil and gas investment, according to an annual global survey of petroleum-sector executives released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan, Canadian public policy think-tank. And for the second…

Results from the most recent Fraser Institute survey: Saskatchewan continues to be very attractive for petroleum exploration and development

By Gerry Angevine, Senior Fellow, the Fraser Institute Saskatchewan ranks as the most attractive Canadian jurisdiction for upstream petroleum oil and gas investment according to participants in the Fraser Institute’s 2013 Global Petroleum Survey. Saskatchewan dislodged Manitoba from the top spot—regaining the position that it held in 2011. Both provinces…

Saskatchewan seen as highly attractive for petroleum investment

By Dr. Gerry Angevine Senior Economist, Global Resource Centre Since 2007, the Fraser Institute’s Global Resource Centre has been undertaking an annual survey of petroleum explorers and developers around the world. The primary objective is to determine which provinces, states, territories and countries are judged by survey participants to pose…