YEAR TO YEAR DRILLING PACE LOOKS STEADY IN U.S.

G. Alan Petzet Exploration Editor Robert J. Beck Economics Editor Operators in the U.S. are expected to drill approximately the same number of wells this year as they did during 1992. Total drilling for 1992 appears not to have fallen to the abysmal levels predicted, in large part due to a yearend surge as operators pulled out the stops to take advantage of expiring federal tax credits. It is difficult to tell the two years apart in the statistics for many states from Oil and Gas Journal's

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