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Vol. 13, No. 26 Week of June 29, 2008
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


A sea change in North America

Shale revives dreams of energy self-sufficiency extending over hundreds of years, driven by technological gains, oil prices

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

Whimsical or not, more commentators are suggesting that North America is on the verge of pushing back the “peak oil” threshold by hundreds of years. That was reminiscent of the loose talk in the 1960s that there was no apparent end to the continent’s oil horizon. But, in an industry where hope sprin....

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Shale technology promising

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Not just juniors involved

Wood Mac likes Horn River

Wood Mac also sees challenges
Shales could require C$8

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