Natural gas price heralds Arctic boon
Price rebound and supply-demand outlook support notion of staying power for $10 gas; Lippe doubts $120 oil will continue
For Petroleum News
For those trying to get a fix on the long-range outlook for natural gas prices as they wrestle with the daunting economics of Arctic projects in Alaska and Canada there has been a sudden lift from analysts who believe rebounding gas prices, pulled along by rising crude oil prices, are here to stay.
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Upper Montney, Horn River near term
19,000 well completions per year
If oil hits $200, gas $16.50-$20
Gas on par with oil by 2012-13
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