Stick handling in tight spot
Encana trims gas production growth in response to ‘unsustainably low’ commodity prices, shut-ins possible; uncertainty on JV talks
For Petroleum News
At first glance, you might think Encana has little to lose sleep over.
The North American natural gas power has brought shut-in gas back into production this year, is increasing 2010 spending at its Bighorn property in Alberta’s Deep basin to C$340 million where output is rising, is curbing costs at....
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Cost inflation, price concerns
‘Unsustainably low’ gas prices
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