Nova Scotia woes keep piling up
EnCana-Marauder wildcat unsuccessful, sidetrack well under way at Deep Panuke; more exploration licenses abandoned; no wells scheduled for 2006; Marauder shares drop by 50%
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Any northeastern United States markets counting on Nova Scotia natural gas as a vital source of support would be well advised to check out other prospects.
A year marked by inactivity ended with the only exploration well turning into a flop and another bunch of exploration permits being abandoned.....
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EnCana: ‘more work to do’
Exploration licenses lapse
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