Crude oil and natural gas: Supply and disposition, February 2012 (preliminary data)
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Domestic production of crude oil and equivalent hydrocarbons was up 11.4% to 14.9 million cubic metres in February from February 2011.
During the same period, crude oil exports rose 15.9%.
Marketable natural gas production was down 2.3% to 12.4 billion cubic metres.
Domestic sales of natural gas decreased 1.0%, while natural gas exports declined 10.3%.
From January to February, domestic production of crude oil and equivalent hydrocarbons decreased 6.4% while marketable production of natural gas fell 7.3%.
Note to readers
Preliminary data are available on CANSIM at the national level to February 2012 inclusive. At the national and provincial level detailed information is available for crude oil (126-0001) and for natural gas (131-0001) up to September 2011 inclusive.
Definitions, data sources and methods: survey number survey number2198.
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