Asian markets critical for British Columbia
Province’s shale gas development challenged because too high cost to compete with Lower 48; US expected to be self sufficient soon
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Development of British Columbia’s shale gas is at a crossroads, pointing to either a flourishing future if markets are opened in Asia, or, in the view of one producer, a “doomed” outlook.
Underlying everything is the challenge of overcoming the high costs of drilling, well-fracturing and transportat....
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