Canada tallying wins and losses
Shallow gas, coalbed methane take chunk out of well licenses; oil posts highest completions in almost a decade, most finds in 21 years
For Petroleum News
Largely reflecting uncertainty over the fate of the Mackenzie Gas Project, drilling in Northern Canada is on the skids, with regulators issuing a meager five well permits in 2006, continuing a successive decline that started at an impressive 32 in 2003 and tumbled to 15 in 2004 and 12 in 2006.
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Alberta has 3.5 percent decline
Many permits lapse or are cancelled
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