Raymond James Says Drilling Spending Up Despite Price Volatility
April 3, 2006
Not to put too fine a point on it, but "the bears were again proven wrong" when it comes to exploration and development (E&D) spending, says Raymond James & Associates in its weekly research note. In fact, say the firm's energy analysts, E&D spending for their selected universe of companies posted 41% growth over 2004.
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