Explorers may soon return to Nunavut
Federal, territorial agencies are working to lure companies back to High Arctic after recent jump in petroleum resource estimates
For Petroleum News
Oil and gas exploration in the High Arctic regions of Canada’s Nunavut Territory may be on the cusp of a comeback after an abrupt halt a quarter century ago when oil prices plummeted.
In 1986, explorers departed to focus on the more accessible Beaufort Sea and East Coast of Canada, after scoring 20....
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Higher resource estimates
Exploration in Greenland
Renewed interest in Canada
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