Canadian upstream on upswing
Oil, bitumen development sets the drilling pace, but gas acts as a drag on the industry along with a shortage of skilled rig hands
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The Canadian upstream sector is continuing on its steady recovery path, despite the slump in natural gas prices and a shortage of rig hands.
In its second update since February, the Petroleum Services Association of Canada has raised the 2011 well completion target to 12,950, 200 more than three mon....
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Substantial horizontal costs
Increases expected in Alberta, Saskatchewan
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