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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta I iwt inc LCI noniUUB Lack of control over ammonia worries gov't OTTAWA Federal government energy officials are concerned about the lack of National Energy Board jut isdiction over exports of ammonia derived from Canadian natural gas and used in making fertilizers In interviews this the officials suggested that the developing tight supply situation in the U S for Canadian natural coupled with continued shortages of nitrogen-based fertilizers in Canada and the U S could trigger a stampede to build large ammonia plants in western where supplies of natural gas would be as- sured Such ammonia plants would be able to by-pass federal controls on the export of natural gas and most natural gas de- by exporting liquid ammonia by pipeline into the to be made into fertilizer Such a officials could undermine the NEB's export policies designed to ensure that Canadian needs for natural gas are met before any domestic natural ethane or ethylene are exported to the U S They noted that a number of large fertilizer complexes in the upper U S states are already running out of natural most of it obtained from for their ammonia-fertilizer plants of these companies might start building ammonia plants in Canada and ship the liquid ammonia by pipeline to their plants in the where the ammonia would be converted to urea and other chemicals used in nitrogen-based one senior energy official said In there have been a number of proposals made to Alberta in recent months to build large ammonia plants including one by Alberta Ammonia Ltd of Calgary to build the world's largest anhydrous ammonia with a proposed output of in southern Alberta The latter would be connected by pipeline to customers in the U S mid-west and reportedly would be U S -financed Marshall chairman of the explained yesterday that the Board has jurisdiction over exports of gas or any fluid derived from natural gas he is not a hydrocarbon and therefore not within the NEB's jurisdiction The NEB has just extended its export controls to a hydrocarbon derived from the ethane in natural in order to maintain its control over exports of natural gas from Canada Mr Crowe noted that the proposed changes by the Liberal government to the export and import permits act would have allowed the federal government to restrict exports of or certain non-fluid hydrocarbon derivatives of ethylene for that matter until more upgrading was done in Canada But the proposed changes died with the 29th Parliament He also suggested that of ammonia would be one step better than export of natural to the United States Advertising paid-off By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA It pays to advertise A story in the Ottawa Journal recounting my problems in tracking down an Olympic Lottery ticket Saturday brought over half a dozen phone calls Three of the calls told me where I could find in Ottawa one of the elusive tickets which for give you a chance to win a The Ottawa paper had only been out on the street two hours when mv telephone tang A charming lady enquired politely if I was the 'Mr Mdckie who wrote in the Journal about no Jotfery tickets being available I allowed as how I was the man looking for a ticket 'Try the dry canteen at the Tn-Servire she said There weie about a there yesteiday itteimxm tor the I said I told my wite about the kind lady calling She said the least could do was follow it up I jgreeil We rjiovc there attei Jinner 'The dry T asked the coinrnissionnaire on 1 u t y He directed me jowribtairs to the basement long last. I my search is ended Exchanging pleasantries the staff and patientb in he I asked the clerk in duty m the canteen if he lad any tickets yes we do have a ew But the boss locks them ip when he leaves at six Come back Monday 'Oh it was a nice drive said my wife with a grin Back at home my son had taken another call from a woman who wanted me to know that there were a ft-w tickets on sale in a branch of the Royal there are only a few slie had warned Several other calls over the weekend brought information of one or two tickets being available in widespread outlets throughout the city In total no more than a dozen of the scarce ducats One lady railed to lecture me about gambling A man who sells Irish Sweepstake tickets said he'd sell me three for the newspaper guy looking for Lottery baid one husky voiced man When I said I he said in a conspiratorial me Monday in the Reading Room of the centre block I've got one for sounding like the fellows on the streets of Paris who sidle up and enquire if you want some postcards Monday before T left the house Bob chief stew- ard of the Parliament Press Gallery called want a Lottery he asked I said Til have one for you when you come he said And he did Petrosar supply may become issue Ont Ontario treasurer John White said this week that an implied threat by Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed not to sell Petiosar Ltd here barrels of crude oil a might turn into a major regional issue in the July 8 federal election who it will help or I don't Mr who is also provincial minister of mtei governmental affairs In Sanaa to meet with area Progiessive Conservatives and address a service Mr White said the Petrosar issue a proposal to ship Alberta oil via pipeline to Sarnia for processing by the petrochemical industry might become a regional issue He said there is no easy answer to the Petrosar issue and added that he could understand Mi Lougheed's desire to see more industrial expansion and development in Alberta Developing the petrochemical industry in Alberta would be for all of Canada and would take some of the strain off existing centres he said existing facilities like those here have to be supported as Canadian industries Sales Representatives IS THIS THE YEAR YOU START A SUCCESSFUL CAREER WITH If you have the experience and background for a future in you could realize it very quickly with us We're expanding have increased since 1965 The job consists of furnishing copies and duplicator products to major customers in business and government. 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