US a friend in need
NWT sees efforts to replace coal, oil with gas as positive for Mackenzie; minister hopes shale gas will stabilize commodity prices
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A mounting campaign among United States lawmakers to legislate use of natural gas rather than coal and oil to generate electricity holds hope for the Mackenzie Gas Project, said Northwest Territories Industry Minister Bob McLeod.
Based on a series of meetings with decision-makers in Washington, D.C....
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