ALBERTA TO MERGE REGULATORY AGENCIES

The Alberta government has confirmed plans to merge several petroleum regulatory agencies and will close several other industry related organizations. The Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board, which is the province's main regulatory body', and the Public Utilities Board, which sets utility rates, will be merged. The combined boards will be known as the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board. Energy Minister Patricia Black said purpose of change is to streamline the regulatory process

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