Canada’s offshore in melting pot
Drilling winds down at only well in Canadian waters as demands increase for tougher offshore and unconventional rules, more research and development spending, review of operator liability
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
The only deepwater well currently being drilled in Canadian waters is nearing completion in Newfoundland’s Orphan Basin just ahead of what shapes up as a full-scale national debate on the future of offshore activity.
Unlike the Great Barasway F-66 wildcat, its predecessor in the same program, the....
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