Minnows battle upstream
Canadian juniors favor oil over gas, B.C. over Alberta as they increase capital budgets; reposition operations to avoid royalty hikes
For Petroleum News
Dramatic shifts from natural gas to oil and from Alberta to British Columbia have become two of the most common prescriptions for the ills plaguing Canada’s junior and intermediate sectors.
Caught in the vise of plunging oil and gas prices, many – especially those with a foothold in the resource pla....
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Reacting to falling prices
Rush from royalty hikes
Rocky road in markets
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