Money Man in UCP 'Kamikaze' Scheme Left Alberta With Over a Dozen Orphan Oil Wells and Millions in Clean-Up Costs - 2020-02-13

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F0.png Money Man in UCP 'Kamikaze' Scheme Left Alberta With Over a Dozen Orphan Oil Wells and Millions in Clean-Up Costs February 13, 2020, PressProgress

A bankrupt oil company run by one of the central figures in the UCP "kamikaze" scheme appears to have left behind more than a dozen orphaned oil wells and millions of dollars in clean-up costs.

Robyn Lore, the shadowy figure slapped with $17,000 in fines for providing $60,000 that was laundered through "straw donors" to the UCP leadership campaign of Jeff Callaway, served as both the CEO and Chairman of the Board of Forent Energy until he stepped down amid hard times in 2017.

The former CEO gave $60,000 to Callaway's campaign manager just three months after his company went into receivership in May 2017. Lore told Maclean's he did not know why Callaway's campaign manager wanted the money or what he did with it.

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