Canadian gas in recovery mode
Sector has reason to see rebound from 5-year price, drilling lows, with North American production, LNG imports shrinking, demand rising
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There are shreds of hope that the Canadian natural gas sector is pulling out of the doldrums.
A bump in gas prices to 15-month highs, a rapid draw-down of gas in storage, forecasts of colder weather through March, tightening supplies across North America, a sharp drop off in liquefied natural gas im....
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