Canada’s offshore faces change
NEB official predicts operators will have to show means to handle spills; final report to Canadian government likely in 2012
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With an eye on parallel developments in the United States, Canada is making measured progress toward an overhaul of its 40-year-old laws and liabilities covering drilling in Arctic waters, aiming to complete the first of three phases by the end of 2011, an official with the National Energy Board tol....
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