Special Report:
POINT OF VIEW: Nova Scotian independent likes eastern Canada prospects

01/20/2003
The onshore portion of Canada's Maritime Provinces represents a true frontier with practically no oil or gas production and its own set of challenges.The area is slowly becoming productive under the shadow of Atlantic Canada's burgeoning offshore industry. Norman Miller, President Corridor Resources Inc.Click here to enlarge imageNeither the much larger Atlantic play nor the fact that the onshore Maritimes are off the scope of most western Canadian and Lower 48 US operators bothers Norman W. Miller, president of Corridor Resources Inc., Halifax, NS.Corridor, involved offshore as well as on land, was formed in 1995 mainly to exploit gas along the corridor of the Maritimes & Northe...
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