Uncertainty rules in Canada
Hints of stabilizing gas prices, easing of service costs fails to sway operators
For Petroleum News
One says the glass is half full, one says itís half empty and one isnít sure either way.
In the space of 24 hours at the start of May, three of Canadaís key barometers to the health of the natural gas industry offered widely varying perspectives on the outlook for the sector.
Apache, which also has....
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Apache might accelerate
Canadian Natural wonít revive drilling
Devon hedging bets
Industry doesnít see early turnaround
Global gas market heads for trouble
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