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1950 – 1953: Borys vs CPR & Imperial Oil

 

The Turner Valley controversy had involved the ownership of hydrocarbons produced by a subsidiary of Imperial Oil Limited from wells on split-title lands in Canada’s first giant field. When Imperial agreed to pay the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (the “CPR”) a 10% royalty on all of the gas and condensate produced from the well, this […]
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