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Oil & Gas Financial Journal

10/12/2012
Volume 9, Issue 10
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  • On The Cover

  • Features

    • Lessons learned from coal

      Since 2009, there has been an all-out regulatory assault on the coal industry by the Obama administration. It behooves the natural gas industry to head off a similar fate.

    • Canada in the race for LNG demand

      With abundant natural gas reserves, a politically stable economy, strong legal and business systems, access to skilled labor and close proximity to Asian markets, Canada may be one of the most attractive places to do business in today's fast-growing and very dynamic liquefied natural gas (LNG) market.

    • Unaware of unknowables: attempts at tax reform in Alaska

      In 2007 the State of Alaska enacted an increase in the production (severance) tax rate for oil and gas on the North Slope. The new tax was called "Alaska's Clear and Equitable Share," or "ACES."

    • Canadian shale holds great promise

      Aside from the Bakken shale play that extends north from the United States into the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, the Horn River Basin contains the best known shale deposits in western Canada.

    • Indonesia: Re-energizing the Archipelago

      For the first decade of the 21st century, the question troubling Indonesia's investors was: "Why is the country not growing as fast as the BRICS?" Yet, as Indonesia accelerated its growth to 6.37 percent in Q2 2012, and BRICS nations averaged out at 4.18 , that question has largely been muted.

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