B.C. wants fresh look at offshore ban
Province hopes to end freezes, get seismic work done; immediate focus is getting work done in lightly explored onshore basins
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
British Columbia is wasting no time reviving its campaign to remove 35 years of bans on offshore exploration as the new federal government tries to find its feet.
After a quiet year, B.C. Energy Minister Richard Neufeld has stirred back to life, expressing a hope that freshly minted Natural Resource....
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Government also working onshore
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