Two-month blip an illusion
Canadian well completions edge ahead of 2006 numbers in October, November, but oil and gas discoveries lag, pointing to grim 2008
For Petroleum News
Even the shreds of hope are worth clinging to in Canada these days despite what is widely expected to be the choppiest year in recent memory for the Alberta industry in 2008.
Given that, there was the faintest hint of encouragement towards the end of 2007 as Canadian operators exceeded 2006 well co....
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