Canada expects to turn upstream corner; 4% activity uptick forecast
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The first official industry stab at forecasting Canadian upstream activity in 2010 targets a 4 percent increase from 2009 in the drilling rig count in Western Canada to an average of 218.
The Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors expects the number of drilling days will rise by about....
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