If there is anything to this it's a powder keg.
Wednesday, November 23, 2005
Mill deal unplugged?
By Barry Glass Herald
Weyerhaeuser’s Prince Albert mill.
Poor treatment by the province and task force leader Eldon Lautermilch could kill a deal with Chinese investors interested in the Weyerhaeuser plant, says the broker working on the proposal.
In particular, holding up the deal is a lack of clarity on what kind of offer SaskPower would make if these investors built a $150-million cogeneration plant with a U.S. partner.
Clarence Ekstrand, a Calgary-based consultant, used words such as flabbergasted, disgusted and astonished during a phone interview to describe his dealings with the province.