Canadian fracking issues turn divisive
Provinces pulled in different regulatory, compliance directions as debate builds over use of shale gas to support LNG projects
For Petroleum News
The faster Canada moves towards final regulatory and investment decisions on LNG exports the more divisions grow over related environmental issues, with hydraulic fracturing at the core.
Federal Environment Minister Peter Kent, while voicing support for the economic benefits of related shale-gas exp....
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Moratorium in Quebec
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