Canadian province issues call for exploration bids for Scotian Slope

05/6/2014 | Oil & Gas Journal

The Canadian province of Nova Scotia made a public invitation for exploration bids on four blocks of the Scotian Slope, with water depths ranging from about 330 feet to about 13,450 feet. The area is east of the province's offshore natural gas-producing area and near exploration sites granted to BP and Shell, provincial Energy Minister Andrew Younger said at the Offshore Technology Conference. Interested energy companies should submit their bids to the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board through Oct. 30.

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