U.S. branch plants target coalbed methane in Canada
The exodus of U.S.-based companies from Western Canada’s conventional oil and gas plays has been partly offset by a burst of U.S. activity in Alberta’s coalbed methane fields.
In addition, to MGV Energy, a unit of Quicksilver Resources, the Canadian units of Apache, Pioneer and EOG Resources are all....
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Pioneer working coalbed methane in southern Alberta
EOG plans 100 coalbed methane wells
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