CANADIAN ARCTIC TRACTS FIND NO TAKERS

The oil industry continues to place exploration and development in the Canadian Arctic on long term hold. There were no responses to a recent federal call for exploration rights on large tracts in the Beaufort Sea and Mackenzie Delta. The area offered in the latest sale covered more than 621,000 sq miles in the Mackenzie Delta, the Western Beaufort Sea, and Arctic Islands.

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