Spring hopes evaporate this summer
Oil patch investment, exploration spending lag comparable 2007 activities in Canada as prices and company earnings climb
For Petroleum News
A surge of second-quarter optimism in Canada’s upstream, amid a healthy revival of natural gas prices and the relentless rise in oil prices, disappeared almost as fast as it surfaced.
Despite the major shale gas action in British Columbia and Nova Scotia and a push to develop the Bakken oil formati....
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