On Feb. 15, Canacol Energy Ltd. vice-president Anthony Zaidi bought one million shares in the public market between the prices of 88 cents and 89 cents. He now holds 4,307,816 shares. Canacol’s original plans for the calendar year included drilling 16 net wells with a high weighting of the work taking place in the Colombian Caguan and Llanos basins. The capital budget was originally set for $150-million, but has since been boosted by $10-million following a contract win earlier this month in Ecuador.
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