Shale emerging from shadows
Vast resource joins tight gas, coalbed methane on Canada’s radar screen; viewed as key part of energy future but development lags behind U.S., industry wants U.S. experience used as model
For Petroleum News
Something is brewing in the Canadian oil patch, but there’s a tight lid on the contents.
It’s viewed as one of the keys to Canada’s ultimate gas future, more important than conventional gas and at least in the same league as its unconventional first cousins, tight gas and coalbed methane.
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Canadian shale reserve could be 860 tcf
Wells not licensed as shale gas
Several horizons are exploration targets
B.C. looking at net profit royalty
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