CBM vital to Alberta gas supply
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
Coalbed methane is rapidly becoming the one positive element in Alberta’s natural gas sector, slowing the rate of decline in the province’s conventional reserves, which have tumbled 40 percent since 1982, the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board reported in its 2005 report.
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