CBM stumbles in Alberta
Government sets new standards to protect water; rural landowners unhappy
For Petroleum News
Just as coalbed methane activity is emerging as the “next big thing” in Alberta, opposition and obstacles are surfacing.
Faced with warnings that the province is rapidly heading for a crippling shortage of water, the provincial government and rural landowners are taking steps to prevent coalbed meth....
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Farmers vs. EnCana
Increased drilling expected
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