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Vol. 12, No. 45 Week of November 11, 2007
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


TransCanada eyes larger role

CEO Hal Kvisle ‘enthused’ about Mackenzie Gas Project being based on ‘flat-line’ gas outlook in Alberta; offers TransCanada’s expertise to build and operate the C$7B natural gas pipeline

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

Worried about declining natural gas production in Alberta, TransCanada Chief Executive Officer Hal Kvisle is making no secret of his company’s eagerness to expand its role in the Mackenzie Gas Project and get gas out of the Arctic. That could include relieving the anchor gas producers of the estimat....

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