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Western Canada lease sales fail to impress in 2013

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Western Canada attracted Cdn$1.0 billion (US$1.0 billion) in lease bonuses in 2013 a decade low. While a decrease from the Cdn$1.4 (US$1.4 billion) collected last year the amount spent per acre increased marginally from 2012. A total of 25 216 square kilometres (6.2 million acres) were acquired in 2013 a 28% drop from 2012. Many factors are at play in the leasing downturn most importantly the depletion of available acreage within the region s hottest unconventional plays.

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