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The cuts, which were announced today by Major Robert Notley in Edmonton, have received enough support from all of the political parties in Alberta, but they have brought a mixed attack from the largest players in the oil industry .
"I say that the large people with supply chains may not be based at this moment of serious constraints," said Peter Tertzakian, an economist with ARC Energy Research Institute.
Two of the biggest players in Alberta – oilsands and company designers said Suncor Energy Inc. and Husky Energy – Sunday reports say they expect to comply with the continental product management, but disturbed them about the potential effects of government interventions.
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Imperial Oil's chief executive, Rich Kruger, stated that they "oppose disagreement" with a decision made by the Alberta government.
"Our vision remains that free markets are working and that interconnection carries out trade risks and poses a negative message to investors about doing business in Alberta and Canada. Unfortunately, this intervention does not seem to recognize the investment decisions made by companies to make the reach of higher value markets "said.
In a statement, Huskey Energy also said they were free of charge for the free market system, saying they believe they have a " The market is working and they are worried that there is a reduction in government order or other interventions that have a huge impact on money, economic impact and trade.
"The devil in the detail, and we will work with the government will be implemented with a view to reducing adverse effects," read the statement.
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Notley has been stressed for the translation in the industry that faces the challenges of a pipe and a historically valuable difference, which she says, The national economy costs $ 80 million a day.
"Albertans can not carry much of the oil that we are doing through modern and innovative pipe markets. As a result, we have to sell our oil at a discounted price. In the past few weeks Eventually, this pricing gap has reached a historic height because it makes much greater than transport capacity, "said Notley Sunday.
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The cuts, called short-term solution, can be seen by 8.7 per cent, or about 325,000 barrels per day. She said that there are still day-to-day cuts until the 35 million barrels of oil that are currently being transported are stored to the market.
Cenovus Energy told the "difficult, but critical" decision in a statement issued after noting Sunday's Notley.
"Under normal circumstances, oil and gas representatives would not be a market government intervention application but not normal situations," said president Alex Hourkein and Head of Scotland.
"Although there was no support for unanimous temporarily mandatory compulsory action cuts among Alberta's oil and gas companies, we were recognizing the hardship of the crisis that faced our business."
Derek Evans, CEO MEG Energy, said he was pleased to hear that small representatives would be protected under the plan.
"A very positive, amazing leadership with the main one," he said. "Good luck, early implementation, temporary measurement with a clear and well-defined destination".
Only the cuts affect just 25 large bills and ordinary oil producers. The players see more than their first 10,000 barrels per day. Companies that do less will not be affected.