Alberta claims gas experience counts
Trails British Columbia in shale gas development; cites track record of regulating gas E&P; hopes it can avoid US shale debates
For Petroleum News
However much Alberta might be trailing British Columbia in the development of its shale gas — which could exceed 1,000 trillion cubic feet — the province is confident it has a long enough track record of regulating gas exploration and production to handle development of the resource.
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