British Columbia enters CBM age
Joint venture by two juniors leads host of majors into commercial coalbed production, despite widespread condemnation of resource
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There’s never been any shortage of industry heavyweights poking and prodding around British Columbia’s coalbed methane prospects and no shortage of big numbers to inflate hopes of a rich future.
Equally, there has been no shortage of opposition to coalbed methane development in the province, which p....
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