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HOUSTON--(Business Wire)--
Photo of Paula Caldwell St. Onge, Canadian Consul General, speaking at the 20th
annual Winter NAPE Expo in Houston Available on Business Wire's Website and AP
PhotoExpress.

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Paula Caldwell St. Onge, Canadian Consul General, speaks about North American
exploration opportunities during the 20th annual Winter NAPE Expo in Houston,
Texas at the George R. Brown Convention Center on Tuesday, February 5, 2013.
NAPE Expo is the world's largest E&P (upstream) oil and gas expo which generates
$18 million annually to Houston's economy. More than 20,000 oil & gas industry
leaders are expected at the conference, which this year focuses on the
transformation technology has brought to the energy landscape, its impact on the
economy, job creation and the revitalization of the energy sector. (Photo:
Business Wire)

Caption: 

Paula Caldwell St. Onge, Canadian Consul General, speaks about North American
exploration opportunities during the 20th annual Winter NAPE Expo in Houston,
Texas at the George R. Brown Convention Center on Tuesday, February 5, 2013.
NAPE Expo is the world's largest E&P (upstream) oil and gas expo which generates
$18 million annually to Houston`s economy. More than 20,000 oil & gas industry
leaders are expected at the conference, which this year focuses on the
transformation technology has brought to the energy landscape, its impact on the
economy, job creation and the revitalization of the energy sector.

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