Hope for Alberta gas?
Some see gas price recovery; others believe shale gas inventories ‘unsustainable’
For Petroleum News
Finding any shreds of hope in the Canadian natural gas sector — especially in Alberta — requires a large dose of belief and optimism.
But hope does exist.
Shares of gas-weighted energy companies staged a mild recovery in September and average commodity prices have shown signs of a comeback.
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Montney pace picking up
Gas-weighted share levels up
Others question quick turnaround
Inventories called ‘not sustainable’
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