Signs abound of gloom lingering in the U.S. and Canadian petroleum sectors. Exploration and production spending cuts for 1992 in the U.S. and Canada are significantly deeper than expected. Salomon Bros. reports. The analyst's midyear survey of 247 oil and gas companies shows a 3.2% year to year decline in 1992 worldwide E&P spending, with a drop in North America offsetting an increase outside the region. Independents plan to spend about 18.5% less on U.S. E&P in 1992 and majors about

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