Canadian gas eyes rebound
Analysts, industry leaders downplay hopes of short-term gas price revival
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Natural gas was leader of the Canadian petroleum pack through most of the 1990s and the first decade of the current century and looked set for a sustained run as proposed LNG projects piled up.
Not any more, with only a handful of LNG plans remaining active, capital spending beaten back by shale gas....
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