Two Canadian industry associations have merged to form a united voice, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. Marriage of the Canadian Petroleum Association and Independent Petroleum Association of Canada is the result of cost cutting efforts. CAPP will have 34 employees and a budget of $7.5 million/year. CPA and IPAC had a combined payroll of 58 and combined budgets of $12 million/ year. The merger will mean closure of CPA offices in Ottawa and Halifax and loss of 24 jobs at the

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