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Alberta - March 24, 2018

Simply put, if the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) believes a company can’t operate a well safely, we won’t grant it a licence.

This week, the AER made good on that commitment by denying Bashaw Oil Corp.’s applications to drill three critical sour oil wells near Rocky Rapids in west-central Alberta. The decision followed an AER hearing held last December.

Read our news release to learn more.

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Ken Webb

Will the amalgamated Clearview company carry the Bashaw Oil Corp reputation or will it be scrubbed from the record. This seems to be a shell game oil companies play to clean the past record just like being Born Again and start a new. This practice should be exposed for what it is.

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