The oil production response to Alberta's government-mandated quota

Amir Hallak, Adam Jensen, Gilbert Lybbert & Lucija Muehlenbachs
Two years ago, the Alberta government put in place a temporary oil-production quota. However, the quota’s impact could well be felt in the province’s oil production for years to come. The quota applied only to firms producing more than 10,000 barrels of oil per day and was instituted as a response to pipeline constraints that caused Alberta oil prices to be much lower than prices elsewhere. Production from both oilsands mines and oil wells dropped...
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