Canadian moratoria

Le Blanc, Leonard
April 1999
Offshore;Apr99, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p8
Trade Publication
Comments on the status of the maritime provinces of Canada with regard to revenue and employment. Forecast on the moratoria for oil, gas exploration and drilling; Sea bodies where Nova Scotia and British Columbia are seeking a resumption of exploration and production; Lesson to be learned by regulators and legislators in the United States.


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