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Vol. 14, No. 32 Week of August 09, 2009
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


Natural gas shale trail has minor bumps

TransCanada discloses one-year delay in Horn River startup; producers press ahead as costs fall and expertise boosts well yields

Gary Park

For Petroleum News

A growing industry consensus that weakened natural gas prices will stretch well into 2010 and some moves by producers to shut-in production in the face of record North American storage levels are putting even more of the spotlight on shale gas activity. But the rush to exploit the unconventional res....

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Sturdy future

Needs to be cost competitive

Talisman encouraging results

Results eagerly awaited


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