Canadian spending outlook for 2007 slightly depressed

01/22/2007
Spending may be slightly depressed in Canada for 2007, relative to 2006, but $22 billion (Can.) will still drill many wells.ShellShell Canada announced aggressive capital expenditure plans of $4 billion in 2007, up nearly 50% from 2006. Nearly $1.1 billion will be spent on exploration and production, including $430 million in the foothills, $470 million on unconventional gas projects, $130 million in frontier areas, and $40 million for predevelopment studies for growth assets.One of the drilling projects associated with a “growth asset” is a 100-well, cold production program in the Peace River area.The increased funding can be partly attributed to the announcement by parent co...
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