But province’s difficulty in moving oil to market will remain a major challenge.
Kenney could be a foil for Trudeau in the months to come.
He plans to recall the legislature in the third week of May.
UCP took back many of the breakthrough NDP wins in Calgary and rural regions in 2015.
Rachel Notley’s NDP goes up against Jason Kenney’s United Conservatives.
In the leadup to the April 16 provincial election, Kenney has been hammering the Alberta NDP and federal Liberals.
David Khan would provide municipalities greater autonomy by amending the Municipal Government Act.
Re-elected NDP government would work to increase the network to cover 10,000 kilometres over the next six years.
Notley plans to double incentives for petrochemical and upgrading projects over the next decade to $7 billion.
Effective June 1, the province will allow 3.71 million barrels per day to be produced.
Punishes companies like Husky that have made investments in refineries and pipeline capacity, rewards those that have not.
Keith Creel told a US audience governments stepping in isn’t healthy in a commercial space.
Premier Rachel Notley announced the province will lease 4,400 railcars to get more oil to foreign markets.
Company is confident Alberta will encourage its as an alternative to delayed new export pipelines.
Cost differential narrows but lack of pipeline capacity continue to impede critical market access.