Canadian drillers try to regain luster
Schlumberger buying Saxon, but no takeover wave expected as Canada oversupplied with rigs; Precision, Ensign move rigs to U.S.
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Emerging battered and bruised from the roughest ride in its recent history, Canada’s service sector has reason to hope the worst is over as gas prices lock in above $10 per thousand cubic feet.
Whether they have a new cause to be nervous set off a debate following a takeover offer in May that has Sa....
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No support for upcoming wave
Precision moved rigs to U.S.
Ensign doing more work abroad
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