Better days ahead
Canada drillers face bleak winter, but some say gas will soar to $15 in 2009
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With natural gas prices retreating to a six-month low, industry hopes that the upcoming winter drilling season in Canada will end a two-year tailspin are in doubt, despite new reports that gas is undervalued.
Steve Laut, president of Canadian Natural Resources, told a conference call that gas projec....
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