Devon feeds British Columbia gas frenzy
Independent adds up to 8 Tcf to potential gas resources at Horn River; joins others in warning of cost, infrastructure problems
For Petroleum News
The Horn River Basin in far-flung northeastern British Columbia is now more than two-thirds of the way to its estimated potential shale gas resources of 50 trillion cubic feet after less than two years of exploration effort.
The scramble to secure rights in that area, along with Montney to the south....
[additional news subjects in this story]
Controlling costs key to shale gas play
Bidders shift focus to Horn River
Focus on B.C. as Alberta reserves decline
Region caught in energy squeeze
You must be logged in to view this story. Please either log in or subscribe.
Click here to subscribe to Petroleum News for as low as $69 per year.
Subscribers log in here to read the entire newspaper (1998 to 06/24/2013)
Print this story | Email it to an associate.
Petroleum News - Phone: 1-907 522-9469 - Fax: 1-907 522-9583
[email protected] --- http://www.petroleumnews.com ---
S U B S C R I B E
Copyright Petroleum Newspapers of Alaska, LLC (Petroleum News)(PNA)©2013 All rights reserved. The content of this article and web site may not be copied, replaced, distributed, published, displayed or transferred in any form or by any means except with the prior written permission of Petroleum Newspapers of Alaska, LLC (Petroleum News)(PNA). Copyright infringement is a violation of federal law subject to criminal and civil penalties.