Levant: Chevron, Exxon invest $36 BILLION in Kazakhstan instead of Alberta

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July 05, 2016

Chevron, Exxon invest $36 BILLION in Kazakhstan instead of Alberta — thanks to Notley NDP

Story from http://www.therebel.media/chevron_exxon_invest_36_billion_in_kazakhstan_instead_of_alberta

Two big oil companies, Chevron and Exxon, have announced they’re going to invest $36.8 billion dollars US to expand their existing oil project in Kazakhstan, in Central Asia.

British Petroleum announced $8 billion to build liquefied natural gas infrastructure in Indonesia. A large Italian oil company announced $4 billion to develop offshore gas in Egypt.

Those are rough countries. But they’ve just locked in about fifty billion dollars of oil and gas investment, even though world prices are low.

Because in the eyes of world investors, the governments of Kazakhstan, Indonesia and Egypt are safer investment risks than Rachel Notley’s NDP.

Now, that’s not being completely fair.

See, there actually are some multi-billion dollar investors still willing to invest —  in pipelines: Energy East, Northern Gateway and Trans-Mountain.

But we know how that’s going…

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