Canadian pipeline sector continues to adopt conservative strategies due to prolonged economic uncertainty, says GlobalData

Canadian Pipeline Sector Continues to Adopt Conservative Strategies Due to Prolonged Economic Uncertainty

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The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the oil and gas sector leading to a sharp fall in fuel prices coupled with an over-abundant supply of oil and gas. Pipeline operators in Canada have been forced to reduce their capital expenditure (capex) for the year 2020. Despite capex prioritization to conserve cash,…

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