British Columbia: Touting the Horn
Spectra gets producer backing for ‘significant’ expansion of BC gathering, processing facilities; government pumps more into roads
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Shrugging off concerns that British Columbia’s resource-rich shale gas will have a tough job competing over the near term with the prolific Haynesville shale in Texas and Louisiana, production, pipeline and processing companies are wasting no time putting an infrastructure in place.
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