‘The splinters are showing’: Conventional producers quit CAPP amid rifts over carbon tax

Divisions within the Canadian oilpatch are coming into sharp relief as a number of mid-sized producers have quit the country’s largest industry association amid rifts over carbon tax policies and pricey membership.
More than half a dozen oil and gas companies have left the Calgary-based Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers and, in some cases, joined the smaller Explorers and Producers Association of Canada, or no longer have any affiliation with industry groups.

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