Economic uncertainty undercuts confidence
Energy company CFO survey shows increasing pessimism in regard to accessing sources of financing for 2013 capital investments
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Sixty percent of U.S. oil and gas chief financial officers, CFOs, who responded to a national survey say they feel more pessimistic this year than last on the state of the U.S. economy and its impact on demand for oil and gas.
This is reflected in a drop in sentiment about accessing capital and....
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