2 edition of petroleum industry and Canadian economic development: an economic history, 1900-1961. found in the catalog.
petroleum industry and Canadian economic development: an economic history, 1900-1961.
Hugh Murray Kenneth Grant
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||450|
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The petroleum industry, and to a lesser extent natural gas, is a global-scale oil is a commodity produced, bought, sold, shipped, and utilized all over the world. Thus, it is a bit of a mystery that despite the success of tight oil plays like the Bakken, Eagle Ford, and the Permian Basin in the United States, tight oil remains a relatively minor player in other parts of the world.
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