CANADIAN OPPORTUNITIES REMAIN DESPITE SLUMP

Mike Ratuski Canadian Petroleum Association Calgary The year 1991 was not a great year for Canada's upstream oil and gas industry. The financial results have not yet been compiled, but the expectations are that the industry will be showing a loss of well over $1 billion and will be surpassed only by the $1.9 billion loss in 1986.

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