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The Impact of Oil and Natural Gas Facilities on Rural Residential Property Values: A Spatial Hedonic Analysis

Author(s): Peter Charles Boxall and Wing Hong Chan Date: 01.2015 Source / Publisher: Resources & Energy Economics Key findings: The presence of oil and gas facilities within 2.5 miles of rural residential properties in Alberta, Canada reduced property values between four and eight percent, with the potential for doubling the decrease, depending on the level …

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Independent panel review of the Canadian natural Primrose flow to surface causation report

In 2013, there have been four Flow to Surface (FTS) events at Canadian Natural’s Cyclic Steam Stimulation (CSS) operation at Primrose. The bitumen seeped into a lake, muskeg and the forest for more than a year, killing wildlife and polluting the landscape. As it turned out, industry-induced fractures penetrated “generally impermeable shales” and passed through …

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