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Vol. 15, No. 10 Week of March 07, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Shale gas spreads wings beyond BC

Alberta anticipates land sales bonanza, possibly topping C$1B; Quebec test results could unlock new play, fuel junior share surge

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

Canadian shale gas development is set to breaks out of its British Columbia confines, propelled by expectations of blockbuster March land sales in Alberta and initial success from a test well in Quebec. The quiet stirrings of interest in the Devonian Duvernay play in northern Alberta could turn into....

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No completed wells

‘Emerging potential’

Quebec different case

Spotlight on government

U.S. shale gas could displace Canada gas


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